For the 16th year in a row, the Bengals teamed up with dozens local chefs for Cincinnati Taste of the NFL. I had the pleasure of attending for what was my first, but hopefully not my last time.
For those who have never heard of this event, this is a night where fans can come to Paul Brown Stadium to sample food from nearby restaurants, meet the players and coaches, and bid on Bengals merchandise. The cost of admission and proceeds from the auctions all go directly to Freestore Foodbank to help feed the hungry in the Cincinnati community.
By the end of the night, Bengals fans raised roughly $130,000, which is enough to provide needy Cincinnati children and families with 405,000 meals.
There is so much I would love to share from this event, but I will spare you all and just give some of the highlights.

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