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Audi FEASTIVAL: The Hungry Games

Elijah Milligan (Cooking for the Culture)


Sunday, October 11

Audi FEASTIVAL

50 minutes

$50

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Inspired by The Food Network’s Chopped, local Philadelphia chef and Food Network alum Elijah Milligan hosts FEASTIVAL’s first cooking competition! Milligan challenges three chefs to utilize a mystery ingredient in a dish to be judged by our panel of culinary experts. The Hungry Games will be a night of excitement and competition starring Philadelphian chefs testing the limits of their imagination and cooking skills!

Ticket buyers will receive an Audi FEASTIVAL box of snacks curated by the participating chefs to munch on while watching! Your Audi FEASTIVAL box can be picked up at FringeArts prior to the event or delivered to your home for an additional fee.

Serving Size: 1 person

Thank you to Audi FEASTIVAL sponsor The Fitler Club for their support.

Showtimes

Sunday, Oct 11 at 7pm

Pricing

$50 general

About Elijah Miligan

Elijah Miligan grew up in Philadelphia, PA where he discovered his love for cooking at a young age. Though he moved briefly to northern California, running restaurants and further making a name for himself, he has returned to Philadelphia and is making waves within the food industry for his leadership, his devotion to social causes, and his excellent taste. 

In 2018, Milligan founded the collaborative dinner series, Cooking for the Culture. Cooking for the Culture celebrates African-American chefs and explores innovative ways to create equal opportunities in the food industry for the future of African-American chefs. He can be found on Instagram @_thesavagechef.

About Audi FEASTIVAL

Philadelphia’s leading culinary fundraiser for the arts and culinary industry returns in a brand new way. This October 8 through 11, the Audi FEASTIVAL Virtual Dinner Series will deliver its signature mix of food, drink, and jaw-dropping performance to your home. Proceeds will benefit FringeArts, Philadelphia’s home for contemporary art; the Hospitality Assistance Response of Pennsylvania, and Cooking for the Culture. More at FringeArts.com/FEASTIVAL.

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