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Chef Daniel Dinner Party Contest Benefits Animal Welfare Center

All St. Croix amateur top chefs are invited to compete. Chef Daniel will host a dinner party contest to benefit the St. Croix Animal Welfare Center (AWC) at 6 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 20, at Le Club headquarters. Attendees are asked to prepare an entrée utilizing a Chef Daniel recipe. All dishes will be judged in a Top Chef-style competition to be held poolside.

The event will begin at 6 p.m. with judging at 7 p.m. No contest dishes will be accepted any later than 6:45 p.m. Entrees that are not prepared using a Chef Daniel recipe will be disqualified, but will be enjoyed by all in attendance. All dishes should serve 6 to 8 people.
Judging is based on taste, presentation and creativity. The grand prize is a private lesson for six; second prize is an apron, Italian VI Trading wine and three free cooking classes; third prize is an apron, Italian VI Trading wine and a black Club de Cuisine tote for carrying recipes.
“We are grateful to Chef Daniel and Teresa for hosting this competition for the benefit of the pets and to promote our Hearts of Hope anti-neglect campaign,” said Gretchen Sherrill, shelter coordinator. “Neglect is the number one problem we see at the St. Croix AWC, and we depend on community supporters like Chef Daniel and Teresa to help us raise awareness of these issues.”
RSVP as soon as possible because space is very limited. There is an entry fee of $5 payable to St. Croix Animal Welfare Center required for entry. For recipes, directions and more information, contact Teresa Wyatt at 626-5883.
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