On April 5, 2023

Rivershed crowned Iron Chef champion

After a 5 year hiatus due in part to Covid, the incredible Iron Chef Competition returned to Sushi Yoshi, Sunday, April 2. This year’s charity event benefitted Joe Ceccacci and his dog Arlo who were involved in a car accident on the Pass this past December. Judges were DJ Dave, KO, Joe, Bud and Maggie. Teams included: Bear Mountain Bar, Shore Thing Ski House, Liquid Art (with the youngest competitor ever Bree Sarandrea), Farrell Distributing, The Deli at Killington, Rivershed and the Killington Block Party. 

Rivershed, competing for the first time ever, were crowned champions. The trophy will be proudly displayed at Rivershed and they now have bragging rights for a year. We look forward to next year’s event in the spring of 2024.

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