The culinary event “Dish It Out” will soon start its search for the last competing chef for the culinary clash of the century. Joining the ranks of competitors Chef Aaron May, Chef Gregory Wiener and more, an amateur chef will have the opportunity to show off their culinary skills for celebrity judges at this year’s event on Oct. 25.
Starting on Aug. 17, 2015, serious cooks can enter the “Winner, Winner, ‘Dish It Out’ Dinner” Facebook contest on the “Dish It Out” Facebook page. Contenders just simply upload a photo via the promo tab, as well a few words as to why they can compete with the best chefs in Phoenix, between Aug. 17-24. Fans of “Dish It Out,” fellow foodies and friends of participants can vote on their favorites between Aug. 25 and Sept. 8. The top three competitors with the most votes will head to a semi-final round on Sept. 21 at the Sub-Zero Kitchen in Scottsdale, where they will cook for a celebrity judge.
The winner of the “Winner, Winner, ‘Dish It Out’ Dinner” final round will compete on stage against top chefs at this year’s “Dish It Out” on Sunday, Oct. 25 at High Street. They will also receive 12 tickets for their friends and families to cheer them on, and of course, the right to brag about their cooking chops.
In addition to the competition, 50+ local participating restaurants and experiences will line the venue to serve up their Sunday best to thousands of refined palettes at the third annual “Dish It Out” benefiting the Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Phoenix.
All proceeds will benefit the Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Phoenix in an effort to knock out childhood hunger. Tickets are priced at $500 for VIP and $75 for general admission and can be purchased online at dishitoutaz.org. Dress code is dressy casual.