When great chefs cook from a can

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This Sunday, three of Kansas City’s top chefs — Debbie Gold, Colby Garrelts and Ted

Habiger — will compete to see who can make the

most inspiring dishes using ingredients commonly found in food banks.

It’s part of the 13th annual Chef’s Classic Dinner to benefit Harvesters. The dinner starts at 6 p.m. at The American Restaurant and includes wine paired with exotic items by chefs from the coasts. If you are interested in attending, tickets are $250 per person and you can buy them at Harvesters Web site.

For the rest of us, who love Harvesters but don’t have $250 to spend on one meal, Harvesters has posted the chefs’ menus, so we can see what a professional can make with items such as canned goods, jars of peanut butter, lasagna noodles in a box. Here is Room 39’s recipe from Chef Habiger — tuna burgers with sweet chili sauce:

Categories: A&E, Dining