Chef Jerry Pellegrino serves up barbecue to one of the many hungry guests.

Rye & Roast Patio Party – MADE: In America

Pictured (LtoR) Rachel Cook, Sagamore Spirit director of brand development; and Casey Brent, Baltimore Mayor’s Office special assistant to the deputy mayor of economic and neighborhood development

Pictured (LtoR) Eric Bryant, Rifkin Weiner Livingston attorney; James De Lorbe, MADE: In America chair; and Brian Treacy, Sagamore Spirit president

Pictured (LtoR) Steven Sutor, Chambers senior designer; Paula Hankins, Carroll Museums director; and Matt Hankins, Worcester Eisenbrandt shop supervisor

Pictured (LtoR) Dr. Awny Farajallah, New Jersey-based infectious disease physician; Dr. Drew Pardoll, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine cancer researcher; Nils Lonberg, Bristol-Myers Squibb head of oncology drug discovery; and Dr. Brian Lamon, New Jersey-based research lead

Pictured (LtoR) Roberta King, Fidelity Investments branch service manager; Michael Pizzitola, Fidelity Investments vice president/branch manager; Christopher Daniell, Simpson of Maryland estimator; and Brittany Chucker, Canon account executive

Pictured (LtoR) Kim Stanbro, Baltimore-based program manager; and Dave Wismer, Baltimore-based engineer

Pictured (LtoR) Candice Salter, Baltimore City Public Schools educator; and Sunni Gilliam, Teavolve co-owner

Pictured (LtoR) Zack Mills, Wit & Wisdom executive chef; Craig Rogers, MADE: In America national advisory board chair; and Jerry Pellegrino, Schola chef/owner

Chef Jerry Pellegrino serves up barbecue to one of the many hungry guests.

Chef Jerry Pellegrino serves up barbecue to one of the many hungry guests.

Guests enjoyed their "rye and roast" as they were entertained by a beautiful sunset over Baltimore's Inner Harbor.

Guests enjoyed their “rye and roast” as they were entertained by a beautiful sunset over Baltimore’s Inner Harbor.

BBQ Bash (August 31, 2016) Wit & Wisdom helped folks savor some final flavors of the summer with “Rye & Roast,” a patio party that offered barbecue dishes from several local chefs, served along with Sagamore Rye cocktails concocted just for the event. The whole gist was to highlight American specialties and help raise funds and promote MADE: In America, an organization that helps American farmers, foragers and craft producers.

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