NEW ORLEANS – Tickets are now on sale for New Orleans’ premiere cooking competition, Chefs Taste Challenge, taking place on September 7, 2018. Eight chefs from the Gulf Coast region will prepare a dinner entrée tasting course. Awards for wining dishes will be selected by attendees and a panel of judges. Tickets for the event cost $99 each and will provide attendees with tastings of the menus prepared by the competing chefs, wine pairings sponsored by organic wine company Bonterra, a beer bar sponsored by Lazy Magnolia Brewery, and a voting card to determine a “fan favorite” dish. A portion of each ticket sold will go to Edible Schoolyard New Orleans, a program dedicated to teaching school-aged children how to cook and grow their own meals. There is also an eight-ticket bundle package available for $899 that will guarantee you a reserved table for you and seven of your friends.
The eight featured chefs will compete to create the best dishes that utilize farm-fresh items from a pantry of pre-selected ingredients. Items stocked in the pantry will be representative of ingredients that are in-season in various regions at the time of the competition. This year, chefs will not only be competing to create the best individual dish, but will be working to achieve victory for their home turf as part of a team representing either the Greater New Orleans area or the Greater Gulf Coast region. Click Here for more information on how to purchase tickets for the Chefs Taste Challenge.
The Chefs Taste Challenge is held in conjunction with the Farm & Table Experience and the FAMboree, taking place September 7 – 8, 2018 at the New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center. Farm & Table explores the cultivation, distribution and consumption of food and drink sourced locally to globally. For more information on all Farm & Table events, please visit farmandtablenola.com.
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About The Chefs Taste Challenge
The fourth annual Farm and Table Chefs Taste Challenge is a fun, fresh take on a food competition aimed at broadening awareness for the use of fresh, healthy, sustainable ingredients in preparing food. This event will provide a platform to feature eight of America’s best farm to table chefs from across the South. The CTC is held in conjunction with the Farm and Table NOLA. Farm and Table NOLA explores the cultivation, distribution and consumption of food and drink sourced locally to globally. For more information, visit farmandtablenola.com and www.chefstastechallenge.com.