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Chef’s Classic Knock OUT ‘Bout!

Just a couple more days to get your tickets for a night of friendly but fierce competition among Kansas City’s best chefs. As a judge for this event, I’m afraid some I’ll have to make some tough decisions considering the talent pool.

The Chef’s Classic Knock OUT ‘Bout on Saturday will showcase nine top-notch culinary artists and their delicious creations. In true boxing fashion, three rounds of competition will determine the champion. The first two rounds are judged by attendees and the crowd favorites will advance to the final round. That’s when I join with two other judges to determine the winner of a live cooking showdown!chefs

I have a feeling it’s gonna be a tasty night! And the proceed will benefit St. Paul School….even better!

The competitors include:

Charles d’Ablaing – Chaz on the Plaza
Becky Reams – MASTERCHEF semi finalist
Vince Paredes – MetropolitanKC
Jason Wiggin – Intercontinental KC
Michael Foust – The Farmhouse
Brandon Winn – Room 39
Chris Courtright – Trillium in Traverse City, Michigan
Dan Walker – Lidia’s

Hope to see you there!!

Chef’s Classic Knock OUT ‘Bout

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Saturday, April 13th, 2013
Doors Open at 5:30pm

St Thomas Aquinas High School
11411 Pflumm Rd.
Overland Park, KS 66215

$25/per person General Admission
$50/per person VIP

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