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Iron Chef? We don't need no stinkin' Iron Chef!




Iron Chef is for girlie-men. Real men cook with cast-iron. If you'd like to see fifteen or so of America's elite cast-iron chefs in action, stop by the South Towne Expo Center on Sunday, March 15 for the International Dutch Oven Society's Cast-Iron Chef's Challenge. It's all part of the International Sportsman Exposition going on through Sunday at South Towne in Sandy.

These are certified chefs who'll be cooking in an Iron Chef format, where the chef s don't know in advance what ingredients they'll be using or what dishes they'll prepare. Each chef will be outfitted with Camp Chef cooking equipment enabling them to cook three dishes: entree, bread and dessert.

Contestants begin cooking at 9:00 AM on Sunday; judging begins at noon and contest winners will be announced at 4:30 PM. Admission to the Cast-Iron Chef's Challenge is included with admittance to the International Sportsman Exposition.