Food & dining

Food fight: Fry-off to benefit No Kid Hungry

The Table’s Carl Dooley
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The Table’s Carl Dooley

The search for the perfect french fry: It’s a noble pursuit. And on Feb. 10 at Kirkland Tap & Trotter, this quest will also help needy children.

Visit chef Tony Maws’s Inman Square restaurant at 1 p.m. for the Boston Food Fight: February Fry-Off, which benefits No Kid Hungry, a national campaign from Share Our Strength, a nonprofit that combats hunger and poverty for kids worldwide.

A worthy crew will fire up their fryers to compete: Craigie on Main’s Nick Anichini, Tiger Mama’s Ellie Campbell, The Table at Season to Taste’s Carl Dooley, and Highland Fried’s Mark Romano. Sample them all, and decide who has the finest fry.

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Tickets ($20) include two hours of all-you-can-eat fries and two drinks. Buy tickets at ce.nokid
hungry.org/events/boston-food-fights-fry
.

KARA BASKIN