Chef Survival IV at Madrona Farm:
One of the Funniest Fundraisers Around
and No one Leaves Hungry!
VICTORIA, B.C. – Come join 20 of the finest chefs in Victoria as they demonstrate their commitment to organic sustainable agriculture and dedication to the conservation of farmland during Chef Survival Challenge IV on Sunday, October 2, 2011 at Madrona Farm, 4317 Blenkinsop Road.
Many local chefs are stepping up to be the change they wanted to see in the world and are proud to show their love for local food by participating in this annual fundraiser. All ticket proceeds will go to TLC’s farmland conservation program.
This foodie event cannot be missed as it is also marks the one year anniversary of TLC’s protection of Madrona Farm.
At this culinary arts performance of epic proportions, spectators watch their favourite chefs participate in a farm-style obstacle course, with haystack hurdles, irrigation pipe crawl, climbing wall, tire obstacle course, and last but not least the legendary boat race to condiment island to get their condiment bags. After that each chef is given a Madrona Farm map to pick the vegetables they need to create a masterpiece all on survival cookware. They are only permitted to bring a cooler with a protein and their favourite cutting board, knife, and frying pan.
Meals are then auctioned off, the catered meal for everyone begins, local music will play, and wine and beer gardens will open.
This year’s tickets are $50 per person or $100 for a family of 4. Tickets can be purchased at the Madrona Farm Stand at 4317 Blenkinsop Rd, Victoria, Wed to Sat, 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. or online at chefsurvivalchallenge.com.