Feed the Valley: Cook's Challenge
On October 24, 2014, Valley Outreach will hold its 1st Annual Feed the Valley Cook's Challenge, an entertaining and mission-filled event to benefit the programs of Valley Outreach.
Held at the Grand Ballroom in Stillwater, the Cook's Challenge will include a spirited competition between Twin Cities culinary arts students using ingredients, fresh and canned, from the Valley Outreach Food Shelf. Cooks of Crocus Hill Owner, Karl Benson, will serve as commentator while expert chefs judge the teams.
Throughout the evening guests will enjoy a delicious dinner, lively Dessert Dash, 100-bottle Wine Pull and unique live auction; all while raising money for the Valley Outreach food shelf, clothing closet and emergency assistance program. Join us for the fun and help your Valley neighbors in need.
Valley Outreach Cook's Challenge
Friday, October 24, 2014
6:00pm – 9:00pm
$75 per person
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This event plays a crucial role in meeting the needs down the block, around the corner - anywhere in our community.
Demonstrate your community commitment by signing on at one of our sponsorship giving levels.
Feed the Valley Sponsorship Information - Fillable form to return via email
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Play our 100-bottle Wine Pull where every ticket is a winner! Wine pull tickets may be purchased with cash or check at the price of $10 for one ticket, or $25 for three tickets. After your purchase, you will draw a numbered cork and win a bottle of wine that corresponds with that number. Every bottle is worth at least $10 and some are worth $50 or more. Play and win!
Dessert Dash: Cakes, Tortes, Pies, OH MY!
Do you want a delicious dessert at the Feed the Valley Cook's Challenge? Combine bids with your tablemates to claim one of the delectable choices available during our Dessert Dash!
To play, simply complete the Dessert Dash bid card at your table. The table with the largest combined bid gets first chance at dashing to the dessert table and picking the dessert of their choice! A variety of confections, from rich chocolate cakes to light lemon tortes, have been generously donated by professional bakeries and restaurants and will await your pleasure.
The action continues as the next highest bidding table is called and so on until all desserts have been chosen. It's a fun and exciting race for the best dessert while raising money for Valley Outreach programs.