Hooray Ranch chef plans wants to share veggie bounty

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“The high-end Hooray Ranch — an exclusive hunting resort in Kingman — has been closed for business since the coronavirus pandemic started shuttering businesses in March.

But its 30,000-square-foot garden — which executive chef Bill Crites utilizes for summertime farm-to-table dinners at the ranch — has continued producing. And with no guests to feed, Crites said, the abundance will go to waste.”

View the whole story here: https://www.kansas.com/entertainment/restaurants/dining-with-denise-neil/article243239411.html

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