ScrambleTown!

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On Saturday, June 16, 2012, join the Vegan Iron Chef organization as we present the first-ever Scrambletown Competition. This unique competition will showcase the Portland metro’s areas vegan scramble devotees and their unique, scrambled contributions to cruelty free breakfasts – any time of the day.

What is it? A fundraiser presented by the non-profit Vegan Iron Chef organization, and sponsored by Nasoya and Stalkmarket Compostable Products.

Nasoya Logo

Stalk Market logo

This event offers attendees tastes of all entered vegan scrambles, in addition to donated sides from Bee Free Honee, Secret Aardvark, Tofurky, Whole Foods, Grand Central Bakery and Dave’s Killer Bread!. There will be coffee and tea available for purchase.

After attendees line up to taste as many dishes as they can (limited selection, so take a peek at the featured scrambles in advance on our website!), you’re asked to distribute your five votes in your favorite dish/chef’s jar, which along with a judges pick, will decide the Audience Favorite and Judges’ Favorite awards.

Tickets

*Will be available a the door.

 

Date: Saturday, June 16, 2012
Location: Dining Room at Taborspace/Mt Tabor Presbyterian Church
5441 SE Belmont St Portland, OR 97215, located on the #15 bus line
Price: $10 (tickets available soon)
Time: 2:00pm doors open; 4:30pm doors close
Hosted by: Maeve Conner
Awards: Audience Favorite and Judges’ Favorite
Judges: To be Announced

Here how it works: It’s a tasting event. We recommend that you arrive early to grab some table space, but you’re just as welcome to wander around and spend the event trying as many scrambles as possible, or simply socializing with fellow attendees and getting to know the scramble makers.

Our host will remind everyone to check out the various scramble info (which we know you’ve done on our website, too), and to line up behind your top-must try once the tastings begin. Only one sample per person! So, keep your plate, and move onto another chef’s line or two, or three, or as many as possible before the portions run out! Only time will tell what people are lining up for!

You will be provided one compostable dish and fork at the admissions table. Please do not bring your own. We recommend that you bring cash for any desired beverages and raffle ticket purchases.

To sign up as a chef ($10 registration fee), please see this information.


We’re currently planning our the third Vegan Iron Chef competition, featuring Portland vegan chefs from local establishments, for fall 2012. Please get in touch if you’d like to help join the organization. We’ll be signing up volunteers for the day-of later in 2012.

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