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Cilantro and Chive ‘Chicken Parmesan Burger’ supports Lacombe Food Bank

Cilantro and Chive owner Rieley Kay was thrilled to hand over a cheque

We are not letting anything break our stride when it comes to our beloved Burger of the Month program and giving back to our community when it needs it most. While we may not have had a guest chef in April, we were still over the moon with the support we received!

Our team created the “Chicken Parmesan Burger” which included crispy fried chicken, rustic house tomato sauce, mozzarella cheese, arugula and parmesan aioli on a brioche bun! $2 from every burger sold went directly to the Lacombe Food Bank.

With everyone’s situations impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and donations down as a result of the uncertain times, it was important for our team to support the Food Bank and work to ensure all families and individuals have the food they need during this unprecedented time.

Cilantro and Chive Owner Rieley Kay was thrilled to hand over a cheque for $668 today, dollars the food bank will use to help re-stock the shelves, supporting those in need in our community.

Thanks to the incredible community support we see for our Burger of the Month program month after month, we’ve had the opportunity to give back over $60,000 to local charities over the past 39 months! thank you.

May’s Burger of the Month is the “Double Double” created by our very own Guest Chef Danika Foesier. It includes two Alberta beef patty’s, two slices of aged cheddar cheese, sautéed onion and mushrooms, sliced pickles, fresh tomato, butterleaf lettuce and burger sauce on a brioche bun! $2 from every burger sold will go directly to the Lacombe Health Trust which funds projects, equipment and education at the Lacombe Hospital and Care Centre.

-Submitted by Cilantro and Chive

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