The Battle of the Chefs gives four featured chefs a total of 45 minutes to create a dish using only a basic pantry, a mystery basket and items that they can purchase from the farm market vendors. There are three heats with four chefs each and the winners return for the Final Battle! Each week, a panel of judges chooses the winner based on presentation, taste, creativity and technique.
2010 Battle of the Chefs take place on July 31st, August 14th and August 28th with the Final Battle on September 11th. Click here for sign up form and registration information.
Congratulations to past winners:
2009- Jerry Garcia of Hotel Metro
2008 – Joey Lisowski of Zim’s
2007 – Mike Wolf of The Knick
2006 – Bob Millhoff of Yanni’s
Winner of this years Battle of the Chef not only goes down in history but will also receive two Air Tran tickets to a destination of your choice.
To participate in this years Battle please contact Peter Adams at email@example.com
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