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Local chefs, farmers on display at Maila Ta Fan Chesa

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by Jolene Toves

Guam - Kicking off tonight at 7pm is the Micronesian Chefs Association's "Maila Ta Fan Chesa." The annual event has some of the island's top chefs highlighting various produce from Guam farmers. All the delicious creations will be paired with wine specially chosen by winemaker Dave Ready, Jr. who is from Murphy-Goode Winery and will be present at the event.

"I'll be featuring six different wines - chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Homefront Red and a little bit of zinfandel," he said.

Now if you are unable to make it to the event tonight, you can catch ready at the winemaker dinner taking place tomorrow at Papa's. General manager Frank Toves said, "It's going to be a great evening and this is going to be a great opportunity to shake hands and chat...and learn a lot about wine. We are talking nine different wines paired with the various courses, appetizers, and desserts."

According to Toves, there is still room available at tomorrow's dinner. You can give Papa's a call at 637-7272.

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