BALTIMORE - You can never have too many chefs in the kitchen. That's the theory behind the Mason Dixon Master Chef Challenge. It's a combination of Iron Chef meets NCAA Basketball Tournament. And what had started with 32 chefs is now down to the Elite 8. The first-time event is being held here in Baltimore with the proceeds benefiting a great cause: Moveable Feast.
Today on Good Morning Maryland @ 9, Megan Pringle sat down with Moveable Feast Executive Chef and one of the Mason Dixon Master Chef Challenge master of ceremonies, Damon Hersch to talk about the tournament so far and what the remaining chefs have in store for them as they continue to battle it out for the crown. Hersch also discussed how the event is benefiting Moveable Feasts and how the public can watch the challenges, enjoy the food, and even vote for their favorite chef.
To learn more about the competition, click on the video box to the left of this article. We have also provided a link to the left for more information.
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