Taste of the NFL raises money for local food banks

All of the proceeds from the 23rd annual Taste of the NFL will go to local food banks.

All of the proceeds from the 23rd annual Taste of the NFL will go to local food banks. (2/1/14)

BROOKLYN - Football fans gathered on Saturday for an event to raise money for hunger relief.

All of the proceeds from the 23rd annual Taste of the NFL will go to local food banks, including Brooklyn's Bed-Stuy Campaign Against Hunger.

During the event, chefs representing each NFL team's home state set up booths and offered delectable dishes.

Ted Allen, the host of Food Network's "Chopped," and other TV personalities were in attendance.

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