January 1, 2016 — It’s no secret that Richmond is on the official foodie map. And this week, we will celebrate our youngest culinary stars at the premier of the new Food Network series, Chopped Junior.
Two of the four young chef competitors are from RVA and students of Ann Butler’s national cooking school for kids, Edible Education.
- The evening will begin with a student cooking challenge and will culminate with a viewing of Chopped Junior episode, Cuteness Overload.
- These two talented young ladies will top the night off with a donation to FeedMore’s CEO, Doug Pick.
- PLEASE BRING CANNED GOODS TO REPLENISH THE FOODBANK AFTER A VERY ACTIVE AND FULFILLING HOLIDAY SEASON.
We hope you will take a moment to drop by for a portion of the event, if not all. We do not need additional participants, just your interest and attention. The evening promises to be very photo and story worthy.
Please see the below details and let us know if you will be attending. We expect to reach capacity and will offer light refreshments.
WHERE: Bryan Innovation Lab at The Steward School
WHEN: Tuesday, January 5, 2016
6:30 PM – Welcome!
6:35 PM – RVA Cooking Challenge
7:45 PM – Awards and Claire & Emily present a donation check to FeedMore
8:00 PM – Chopped Junior Viewing
JUDGES: Chopped Junior Contestants Emily Waters and Clair Hollingsworth, Edible Ed Instructor Whitney Trent.