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Toronto Chefs Promote Eating Local a la Iron Chef

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In Canada, one of the most famous names in food is renowned chef Jamie Kennedy. He’s not just a chef, but a food activist and a strong “eating local” supporter. In addition to running his three delicious restaurants, he’s stepped up as honorary chair of “An Evening of Local Cuisine” – part of the Green Carpet series in Toronto.

Five local, well known chefs will participate in an Iron Chef-style competition with the “secret ingredient” being local food. What are they battling for? The title of Sustainable Chef, of course.

Unlike the real Iron Chef, this time you get the taste the food. Pick up your tickets for $42 CAD and attend the event on October 23.

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