Triangle chefs to face off in cooking competition benefiting mental health programs

Wake County News

CARY, N.C. (WNCN) — Cooking for a Classic 2019, a chef competition that benefits children’s mental health programs, is just around the corner.

The event is held to benefit the Lucy Daniels Center’s mental health programs and services for kids in the Triangle.

This year’s event will have three rounds and eight chefs all competing to win a restored 1981 Jeep Scrambler.

The chefs will be judged by other chefs and there will be a popular vote by guests that will also help determined who moves on to the final round.

Each chef will have to use secret ingredients to make six dishes – three per night.

The competition will also have a bar with local beer, liquor and wines that will be available for guests. The proceeds will benefit the Center.

Guests at Cooking for a Classic will also have the opportunity to experience custom-designed dining packages put together by some of the area’s top chefs and restaurants.

The first round will be held Feb. 25-28, the second round from March 4-5 and the finale will be held March 11.

Tickets start at $75 for the first round, $100 for the second and $125 for the finale.

For tickets and more information, click here.

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