Springer Mountain Farms presents one of Nashville’s premier culinary competitions on Tuesday, March 6 as part of Tennessee Flavors, a tasting event that benefits the students of Nashville State Community College.
Flavors Knife Fight will pair students from The Randy Rayburn School of Culinary Arts at Nashville State with area chefs as part of Springer’s Celebrate the Chef program, which supports the company’s mission to cultivate strong bonds among the culinary community.
Each competing team will receive a “mystery basket” of items and work together in a timed event to prepare a dish to present to a panel of celebrity judges who will determine the Flavors Knife Fight winner. Afterwards, attendees at Tennessee Flavors will get to actually sample the dishes and decide if they agree with the judges.
Flavors Knife FIght will be a highlight of the evening which also features food and drink tastings from some of Nashville’s top restaurants and food and beverage artisans. Tennessee Flavors will be 6-8 p.m. at the main campus - 120 White Bridge Road. Tickets are available at the event website, and all proceeds from the tasting go to support the students of Nashville State Community College. For more information about the NSCC Foundation and their work, visit nsccf.org.
PHOTOS: Courtesy Tennessee Flavors