Culinary students from Stratford University (formerly Baltimore International College) will showcase their skills in a Top Chef-style competition at Baltimore Green Works’ annual EcoBall on Friday.
Guests and local celebrity judges will choose the winners in several categories. The event also includes beer, wine, and non-alcoholic beverages, and live music by Mambo Combo. Tickets are $75 and $40 with a student ID.
Local farmers and producers participate by donating ingredients for the student competition. This year’s donors include Clipper City, Roseda Beef, Hamilton Crop Circle, Firefly Farms, Two Oceans True Foods, Trickling Spring Creamery, Many Rocks Farm, and Real Food Farm.
The EcoBall is held from 7-11 p.m. at the Frederick Douglass Isaac-Myers Maritime Park and Museum in Fells Point.