Beginning February 20, 2017 and culminating in a thrilling finale on April 10, 16 chefs from the Triangle and beyond competed by pairs to win the grand prize, a restored classic ’69 Corvette.

Guests enjoyed evening after evening of culinary competition, voting for their favorites. Each event also featured celebrity judges such as local TV and radio personalities, chefs and restaurateurs, food writers, and executives from local government, businesses and arts organizations. By the time the finale rolled around on April 10, chefs Rich Carter of Catering Works and Troy Stauffer of City Club Raleigh were well-versed in pleasing the crowd. Carter won the car, but as many in the crowd noted, “The real winners were the children” whose mental, emotional and social struggles were at the heart of the fund raiser.

HUGE thanks to the amazing sponsors and vendors whose underwriting of Cooking for A Classic enabled us to net more than $85,000 for the Lucy Daniels Center. Event Sponsors: MOJO Performance Partners, Rocky Top Hospitality, WRAL Out and About. Vendors: ALSCO, Bauscher Hepp, f8 Photo Studios, Fresh Point, Inland Seafood, Jen Rhoton Designs, Libbey Glass, Locals Seafood, Neomonde Bakery, Pepsi, Prestige Farms, SPIN, TOPO, URECO, and US Foods.

100% of the net proceeds benefited the Lucy Daniels Center due to the generosity of sponsors and in-kind vendors.


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