‘Misfits’ brunch benefits Toys For Tots campaign

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ST. LOUIS, MO- Tenacious Eats Chef Liz Schuster invited several other local chefs to join her Sunday for a holiday brunch called the Misfit Christmas Bunch.  Guest were invited to show up in their pajamas and watch a Christmas movie while several local chefs prepared brunch.  A full 100% of the proceeds benefit the Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots campaign.

“I just wanted to do something fun and casual and also wanted to raise money for something I feel so strongly about,” said Schuster.  “I’m not only a chef but I’m a mom.”

Other participating restaurants included Nadoz Café, Walnut Grill, Clementine’s Creamery and Kakao Chocolate.

The annual event included a visit from Santa Claus and was held in the St. Louis Banquet Center operated by the Marine Corps League South St. Louis Detachment 183.  Kids could also roll around in a white puffy materials that were designed to look like snow.

“It just fills me with joy.   It’s not something I realized I’d be doing once I became a marine,” said Marine Reservist Adam Chapman.  “I’m glad that I can do something and I can give back to all the people who helped me.”

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