More than 30 Baltimore area chefs will partner with local farms to create recipes they hope will impress a panel of judges who will pick the most creative dish. Guests will also get to decide who deserves a People's Choice award.
And it's all for a good cause. The culinary competition benefits Days of Taste, a program that teaches elementary-school children about taste and how food travels from farm to table. It's an initiative of The American Institute of Wine and Food Baltimore, the event's sponsor.
In addition to the bounty of food, The Baltimore Bartenders Guild will be mixing up a variety of cocktails, using fresh produce from local farms.
For more information, visit the event's website.