Gleaners Iron Chef Competition Tonight

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Our friends at Gleaners Community Food Bank of Southeastern Michigan invite you to their Iron Chef event tonight. Proceeds will go to help feed hungry people in Livingston County.

Gleaners Community Food Bank of Southeastern Michigan would love to see you tonight at 6pm at Bordine’s “Kitchen Stadium” at 6347 Grand River in Brighton for their Iron Chef competition.

This is an anual favorite of Gleaners and pits two top local chefs in a fierce battle. Judging is provided by various local culinary experts and community leaders.

The two chefs competiting tonight are James McNulty of Downtown Main Martini Bar & Grille in Brighton and Tammy Young from Boomtown Kitchen and Tap, also in Brighton.

James and Tammy will have to come up with an appetizer, main entree and dessert. And yes, there will be a secret ingredient unveiled at the very last minute before they start cooking.

Iron Chef general admission tickets are $50. Not only will you be helping a great cause but your ticket includes appetizers, drinks, and a silent auction featuring items from local merchants, restaurants, chefs and even sports and entertainment memorabilia.

Gleaners Community Food Bank has been helping feed the hungry in our community for the past 33 years. Last year alone, they delivered more than 36 million pounds of emergency good to more than 480 partner soup kitchens, shelters and pantries in Wayne, Oakland, Macomb, Livingston and Monroe Counties. And think about this. Every dollar you donate provides three meals!

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