Thanks to shows like Food Network's "Guy's Grocery Games" on Food Network and Bravo's "Top Chef," we're no stranger to food competitions. Cincinnati even hosts Food Fight 513
, which pits local chefs against each other for the honor of top culinary dog.
This spring, Cincinnati will host its first-ever national Culinary Fight Club
event. Chefs will sign up to compete in a taco round in April, a pantry race in September and a seafood competition in October.
At each event, attendees will watch as contestants — anyone from home cooks to executive chefs — raid the pantry in 45 seconds. Contestants get to choose from 15 provided ingredients, and from there, they have 60 minutes to create the most gourmet dish that represents their take on the monthly theme. The audience and judges vote and decide on a winning dish.
Culinary Fight Club also gives back exclusively to Fight2Feed
, which partners top restaurants with food trucks to provide service and support to the hungry.
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