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Lovin’ Spoonfuls hosts pre-storm tailgate party

From left: Heather Resnick and Rebecca Mitchell, both of Milton, and Sue Colangelo of North Reading at Sam’s on Sunday.

Bill Brett for the Boston Globe

From left: Heather Resnick and Rebecca Mitchell, both of Milton, and Sue Colangelo of North Reading at Sam’s on Sunday.

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Hurricane Sandy didn’t stop Lovin’ Spoonfuls from having its Ultimate Tailgate Party on Sunday night. Jenny Johnson , of “TV Diner,” emceed the event, which drew 400 supporters, who huddled under a tent at Sam’s restaurant at Louis. Chefs who cooked for the cause included Harvest’s Mary Dumont , Asia Mei of Sam’s, Clio’s Douglas Rodrigues , and Asta’s Alex Crabb . Lovin’ Spoonfuls aims to get perishable and unserved foods to shelters and people in need.

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