hey nashville? we need to talk, ok? because here at ‘ceF‘, i’ve got something both exciting and wonderous to tell you – AND to give you. well not all of you. but 5 of you. yep, 5 of you and your one very special friend. so that’s 10 whole people whose lives i get to enrich, expand and perhaps even alter – forever. dear readers, can’t you see the absolute ENORMITY of this? i just knew you could.
and suddenly, i’m feeling very oprah’esqe…
so here’s how it works… ‘the nashville scene‘ has generously given ‘ceF‘ 5 pair of tickets to this totally awesome event. so if you’re going to be in nashville on april 30th, and would like to attend ‘IRON FORK‘, the culinary event of the year (details listed below), please just leave a comment telling me why you’d like to go – and be sure to get your point across, ok? i will pick the 5 best comments. because it is my blog and quite frankly – i’ve got all the power here – within the unlimited confines of my cyber walls.
all entries must be in by monday april 21st at midnight
winners will be announced tuesday april 22nd at noon
Don’t miss the culinary event of the year!
On Wednesday, April 30th, Whole Foods Market Presents Nashville Scene’s Iron Fork, benefiting St. Luke’s Community House, at LP Field’s West Club Level Riverside. The fun lasts from 6:00-10:00 p.m. with samples of award-winning cuisine from Menu of Menus 2008, the Scene’s guide to Nashville city dining, two complimentary drink tickets, and live entertainment. Watch 5 of the best chefs in Nashville battle it out in a head-to-head chef’s competition better than anything you’ll ever see on TV! Or enjoy a refreshing glass of delicious Blue Moon ale in the Blue Moon Beer Garden hosted by 107.5’s Woody and Jim.
The 2008 competing chefs are:
Bobby Benjamin – Flyte World Dining
Clay Greenberg – Lime/Virago
Deb Paquette – Zola Restaurant
Sean Norton – Watermark
Will Ulhorn – F. Scott’s
Sampling restaurants include Agave Tequila Lounge, Alleycat Lounge & Tex-Mex Grill, Drew’s Brews Coffee, Fire-N-Ice Bar & Grill, Flyte World Dining & Wine, Green Hills Grille, Mad Platter, Mere Bulles Restaurant, Nero’s Grill, PM, Qdoba Mexican Grill , Ru San’s Sushi and Seafood Japanese Restaurant, Saffire Restaurant & Bar, Sitar Indian Cuisine, Star Bagel, Watermark, Whole Foods Market, Wildhorse Saloon, and Wildwood Oak Fired Kitchen.
And it’s all for a great cause! Bring your family and friends and help raise money for St. Luke’s Community House, since food is the very foundation of St. Luke’s services. Volunteers deliver around 100 hot meals to area seniors every week day through their mobile meals program. Through a partnership with Second Harvest, St. Luke’s distributes emergency food boxes to hundreds of our neighbors each year. With major support from the Bank of America Foundation, St. Luke’s began offering culinary classes as part of their job skills training program that serves men and women trying to find a better job.
$25 advance tickets can be purchased through the nashvillescene.com or you can buy your ticket at the door for $30 the day of the event. Presented by Whole Foods Market, and sponsored by Blue Moon, 107.5 The River, and Jive! A Digital Print Factory. You must be 21+ with a valid I.D. Parking is free. For more information, log onto www.nashvillescene.com or call the Iron Fork Hotline at 244.4989 x341.