By RODRIQUE NGOWI, Associated Press
BOSTON (AP) — Dozens of Boston's top chefs set up their kitchens at the oldest baseball park in the major leagues for an evening to raise money for the Boston Marathon bombing victims.
The "Boston Bites Back" event at Fenway Park on Wednesday was held a month to the day after the twin bombings that killed three people and wounded more than 260 others.
The project involved about 100 top chefs serving wine and fine food to attendees as they looked to raise $1 million for One Fund Boston, which was set up to help bombing victims.
Chefs were cooking and serving guests from behind Fenway's concession stands, as well as at tables throughout the Big Concourse and the park's Budweiser deck.
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