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Cook For A Cause with Harley-Davidson®
It’s MasterChef at a motorbike shop with a radio host, celebrity chef and rock star as judges
Harley-Davidson® Tyger Valley is going beyond Mandela Day to raise awareness and funds for FoodForward, an NPO that distributes food to feeding schemes. The motorcycle shop will host a MasterChef-style cooking competition on 27 July called Harley Super Chefs… and you can enter to compete.
JENNY MORRIS IS A JUDGE
All teams entered will receive mystery boxes with set ingredients inside. They’ll use the ingredients to come up with tasty dishes that will be presented to three judges: Africa Melane from CapeTalk, celebrity chef Jenny Morris and Springbok Nude Girls guitarist Theo Crous.
NOT COOKING? BUY A RAFFLE
Even if you don’t participate in the cooking contest, you can still attend the show and support the Harley super chefs. There’ll be an auction where you can contribute by bidding on items, or enter a raffle or make a donation.
DJ Sean Young from Rockstar Productions will provide entertainment and there’ll be awesome prizes and specials.
HOW TO GET IN
Entering a team costs R1000, but watching the teams is free. To enter, email Ashleigh Vos at firstname.lastname@example.org. But move fast, entries close 19 July.---
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