Mac n’ Cheese SMACKDOWN Featuring Local Beet Contributor KennyZ

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February 11, 2009 at 10:39 pm

TURN UP THE HEAT THIS WINTER.
CHICAGO’S OWN ORGANIC SCHOOL PROJECT PRESENTS

 

 

 

ONE INCREDIBLE MAC-AND-CHEESE COOK-OFF,
FOR ONE TRULY REMARKABLE CAUSE.


Thursday, February 19th, 2009

Goose Island Brewery / Wrigleyville

7:00 – 10:00 pm

3535 N Clark Ave, Chicago, Illinois 60657

$50/person in advance or $75/person at the door

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••• PURCHASE YOUR TICKET NOW! •••


WHAT IS SMACKDOWN?

The ultimate culinary showdown. A handful of Chicago’s hottest professional chefs and 15 culinary amateurs battle it out for the MACdaddy title. Guests get to revel in some of the best mac-and-cheese they’ve ever encountered. And a panel of celebrity judges choose the winner. Price of admission includes mac-and-cheese tasting, appetizers, desserts, beer, wine, and an exclusive MACtini cocktail created by Chicago’s infamous mixologist Adam Seger from Nacional 27, live entertainment, a silent auction and more.


WHAT IS OSP?

The Organic School Project is an organization founded to work with the Chicago school system to give kids the tools they need to not just eat better, but live better. Learn all about our mission and successes at: OrganicSchoolProject.org


WHAT’S THE PAYOFF?

Sure, there’s the tantalizing MACdaddy title and exclusive, handcrafted trophy. Not to mention the bragging rights. But most importantly, the winning recipe will be featured on the OSP school lunch menu until the next SMACKDOWN. And as if that wasn’t enough, three runners up will also receive  MAC-worthy trophies.

For additional information go the SMACKDOWN web site.

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