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Heather Dombeck-Wakefield, Tammy Dombeck, Chef Keith Hicks and Ms. B, Fort Worth Empty Bowls 2018
Heather Dombeck-Wakefield, Tammy Dombeck, Chef Keith Hicks, and "Ms. B" from Tarrant Area Food Bank Photo courtesy of Tarrant Area Food Bank
Fort Worth Empty Bowls 2018
Attendees mug for the photo booth at Empty Bowls. Photo courtesy of Tarrant Area Food Bank
Ben Merritt, Fixture, Fort Worth Empty Bowls 2018
Chef Ben Merritt of Fixture Photo courtesy of Tarrant Area Food Bank
Mariposas, Fort Wort Empty Bowls 2018
Mariposa's Latin Kitchen served tamales. Photo courtesy of Tarrant Area Food Bank
Fort Worth Empty Bowls 2018
The Petroleum Club serves mozzarella-stuffed meatballs with roasted red pepper marinara topped with Brazos Valley truffle cheddar cheese. Photo courtesy of Tarrant Area Food Bank
Fort Worth Empty Bowls 2018
Guests pick the perfect bowl to take home as a keepsake. Photo courtesy of Tarrant Area Food Bank
Artist Kenn Orr, Fort Worth Empty Bowls 2018
Artist Kenn Orr crafts a bowl on site. Photo courtesy of Tarrant Area Food Bank
Zs Cafe Chicken Salad, Fort Worth Empty Bowls 2018
Z's Cafe topped crackers with their signature chicken salad. Photo courtesy of Tarrant Area Food Bank
The lobster bisque from Bob's Steak and Chop House, Fort Worth Empty Bowls 2018
The lobster bisque from Bob's Steak and Chop House was a crowd favorite. Photo courtesy of Tarrant Area Food Bank
Fort Worth Empty Bowls 2018
A bowl signed by Michael Martin Murphey was one of the celebrity bowls up for auction. Photo courtesy of Tarrant Area Food Bank
Fort Worth Empty Bowls 2018
Ashanti Coleman wins a raffle prize. Photo courtesy of Tarrant Area Food Bank