Following recommendations and mandates made by Governor Gretchen Whitmer, and the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, Hour Detroit has postponed the Savor Showdown series to September 30 – October 4 at the Great Lakes Culinary Center. We regret any inconvenience that this may cause but we’re committed to supporting the statewide efforts to protect public health and minimize the long-term impact of COVID-19. We look forward to celebrating the incredible culinary talent of metro Detroit this fall.
Hour Detroit’s Savor Showdown presented by Karmanos Cancer Institute.
FIVE DAYS. TWENTY CHEFS. ONE DELICIOUS FOOD FIGHT.
Top chefs from across the country will serve up their signature dishes at Hour Detroit’s Savor Showdown presented by The Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute September 30 – October 4 at the Great Lakes Culinary Center.
Each day, 2 pairs of chefs will face off in the ultimate food fight to create an extraordinary four-course meal. A panel of judges will crown a winning team after each meal, and you decide who had the best dish!
Enjoy wine pairings, craft cocktails, live entertainment, and a pop-up art gallery by a local artist for a dining experience you won’t want to miss.
– PRESENTED BY –
Lyndsay Green, Hour Detroit | Tati Amare, WDIV Local 4 | Chef Marc Djozlija, Wright & Co.
Lyndsay Green, Hour Detroit | Jay Towers, Fox 2 News | Alan Longstreet, Fox 2 News
Devin Scillian, WDIV Local 4 | Jeffrey Gabriel, Chef Instructor Schoolcraft College
Lyndsay Green, Hour Detroit | Rhonda Walker, WDIV Local 4 | Chef Bobby Nahra, Encore Banquets
Lyndsay Green, Hour Detroit | Chef Brendon Edwards, Gold Cash Gold | Bruce Schwartz, Rock Ventures
Lyndsay Green, Hour Detroit | Chef Nikita Sanches, Rock City Eatery | Jason Carr, WDIV
Proceeds from the art auction will benefit The Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute.
Karmanos Cancer Institute is a leader in transformative cancer care, research and education through courage, commitment and compassion. Our vision is a world free of cancer. Headquartered in Detroit, Karmanos is proud to be a part of McLaren Health Care, with 16 locations throughout Michigan, making Karmanos the largest provider of cancer care and research in the state. Karmanos is recognized by the National Cancer Institute as one of the best cancer centers in the nation. Our academic partnership with the Wayne State University School of Medicine provides the framework for cancer research and education – defining new standards of care and improving survivorship. For more information, call 1-800-KARMANOS (800-527-6266) or visit www.karmanos.org. Follow Karmanos on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.
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