NEW: Chefs to Compete in Girl Scout Cookie Culinary Event
Wednesday, January 16, 2013
The Girl Scouts of Central and Western Massachusetts are challenging the region's top chefs to whip up desserts using Girl Scout cookies at their Fork It Over fundraiser on Tuesday, February 5 from 5:00 to 7:30p.m. at Coral Seafood in Worcester.
The event will involve the region's top chefs competing to gain the favor of a panel of distinguished judges and attendees by creating original appetizers and desserts using Girl Scout cookies.
The judges will determine the winners in both a "Sweet" and "Savory" Category, while attendees will vote on People's Choice favorite.
Participants will include the Blackstone Valley Regional Technical High School, Briarwood Retirement Community, It’s All Good, Savor Catering…by SMG , Peppercorns, Pepper’s Fine Catering, Sweet T Southern Kitchen, SJ Catering, Worcester Technical High School, WPI Dining Services, and Z Café.
The panel of judges include John Gallagher of the Massachusetts Restaurant Association, Barbara Houle of the Worcester Telegram & Gazette, Bob Murdock of Destination Worcester and Laurie Benson of TD Bank.
Live music is provided by local acoustic duo The Two-Timers and a raffle will feature items fromWorcester-area businesses.
Tickets are $30 each or two tickets for $50 for advance purchases by February 1, and are available online at www.yourtimewellspent.org or by calling 800-462-9100.
All tickets at the door on February 5 are $30 each. All proceeds benefit Girl Scouts and their continuing efforts to provide innovative programs and vital support to girls in grades K-12 throughout Central and Western Massachusetts.
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