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Iron Fork, Nashville, May 6, 2009
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On Wednesday, May 6th Whole Foods Market Presents Nashville Scene’s Iron Fork, benefiting St. Luke’s Community House, at the Country Music Hall of Fame.

From 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. enjoy samples of cuisine from our Menu of Menus 2009 restaurants. Menu of Menu’s is the Scene’s guide to Nashville dining. Included in your ticket purchase are 3 drink tickets, raffle prizes and live entertainment. Watch 5 of the best chefs in Nashville battle it out LIVE in a head-to-head chef’s competition. Or enjoy a refreshing glass of delicious Blue Moon ale in the Blue Moon Beer Garden hosted by 107.5’s Woody and Jim.

And it’s all for a great cause! Bring your family and friends and help raise money for St. Luke’s Community House, since food is the very foundation of St. Luke's services. Volunteers deliver around 100 hot meals to area seniors every week day through their mobile meals program. Through a partnership with Second Harvest, St. Luke's distributes emergency food boxes to hundreds of our neighbors each year. With major support from the Bank of America Foundation, St. Luke's began offering culinary classes as part of their job skills training program that serves men and women trying to find a better job.

All 5 competing chefs will be using cookware provided by LeCreuset and ingredients from our Whole Foods Market pantry. The Golden Fork award will be bestowed upon the winning chef along with a set of LeCreuset cookware. The 4 remaining LeCreuset cookware sets will be donated back to St. Luke’s Community House.

Pre-Sale tickets are available for $30 and if the event doesn’t sell out (as it did last year,) tickets will be available on a first come, first serve basis at the door for $40.

Presented by Whole Foods Market, and sponsored by LeCreuset, Blue Moon, and 107.5 The River.

You must be 21+ with a valid I.D.

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