100 "Chefs" Raise Funds for Albion Fellows Bacon Center

Published 08/23 2014 11:13PM

Updated 08/23 2014 11:29PM

Evansville's Old National Events Plaza plays host to a major fundraiser benefiting Albion Fellows Bacon Center. 100 Men Who Cook is a fundraising event that brings together area businessmen, local celebrities, and community leaders for a competition that attracts foodies from all over.Each team creates a theme for their booth and a dish to serve to folks at the event.Attendees are encouraged to tip their favorite chef.At the end of the night the chef with the most tips wins the coveted "Golden Spatula" trophy. We talked to one group that baked mad hatter themed cupcakes.
The team dressed the part and decorated their station to match.

"They have little itty bitty servings and you think you can go around to try every one but it's impossible, truly. but it's a lot of good people together for a lot of good, you know, raising funds for a really good cause" said, Karen Lemond. 

Over the years 100 Men Who Cook has raised thousands of dollars for local charities.This year's charity recipient is the Albion Fellows Bacon Center, an organization that helps victims of domestic and sexual violence
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