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Free Food: Iron Chef, Columbian Style


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Find out in less than an hour whose cuisine reigns supreme.

CCSC’s Campus Life Committee is sponsoring an Iron Chef-style competition in Lerner Hall’s Party Space for teams of three to four beginning at 5 p.m.

The twist is that, instead of challenging the cooks with luxurious ingredients like cod roe or giant eel, this Iron Chef match will force teams to prepare the best possible meal on a college student’s budget.

Hopefully for the judges this won’t mean a dozen versions of scrambled eggs and Kraft macaroni, but no matter the end result, it’s still FREE FOOD.

Free tickets are available at the TIC. Allez cuisine!

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