Ivey wins Celebrity Chef competition


Amanda Ivey from The Farmer’s Pantry was the winner of the Celebrity Chef competition at the Fayette County Farm to Fork Dinner with her dish corn maque choux. Local chefs from The Rusty Keg, Streetside 62 and Werner’s Smokehouse also participated in the competition. Chefs were required to come up with a side dish using only locally-sourced produce. Attendees at the dinner voted on their favorite dish. Pictured from left to right are: Ivey, Fayette County Farm Bureau President Jessica Draganic and chef’s assistant, Nicol Reiterman.

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Amanda Ivey from The Farmer’s Pantry was the winner of the Celebrity Chef competition at the Fayette County Farm to Fork Dinner with her dish corn maque choux. Local chefs from The Rusty Keg, Streetside 62 and Werner’s Smokehouse also participated in the competition. Chefs were required to come up with a side dish using only locally-sourced produce. Attendees at the dinner voted on their favorite dish. Pictured from left to right are: Ivey, Fayette County Farm Bureau President Jessica Draganic and chef’s assistant, Nicol Reiterman.
http://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2017/08/web1_IMG_5892.jpgAmanda Ivey from The Farmer’s Pantry was the winner of the Celebrity Chef competition at the Fayette County Farm to Fork Dinner with her dish corn maque choux. Local chefs from The Rusty Keg, Streetside 62 and Werner’s Smokehouse also participated in the competition. Chefs were required to come up with a side dish using only locally-sourced produce. Attendees at the dinner voted on their favorite dish. Pictured from left to right are: Ivey, Fayette County Farm Bureau President Jessica Draganic and chef’s assistant, Nicol Reiterman.