If you’ve ever seen Food Networks’ Chopped then Winchester’s own Whipped will come as a welcome surprise! The event is packed with untapped fun for the entire community and boasts a cause worth purchasing tickets for – Winchester’s Cancer Center. Hosted by Nibblins in Winchester, VA, you can prepare to see chefs whip, chop, slice and dice their way to victory – who will win? Find out starting March 6th!
This Tuesday, you can expect to see Magnolias at the Mill’s very own top executive chef, Erik Foxx-Nettnin, go head to head with Chef Rachel Kendrick of Village Square for an exhilarating cook-off of great proportions! The best part? You get samples and wine tastings as you watch, which is a way more interactive and fun than sitting at home and watching your TV. Get up, get out, and come see your favorite locally renowned chefs battle in their natural habitat!
“Join us for a fun evening as two local chefs battle and “chop” the competition. Winchester Whipped is a community event benefiting the Valley Health Cancer Center. Two local chefs on two different nights will compete in a Chopped style competition with the winners battling to the bitter end in the third event. Each chef will be required to create an appetizer and a dessert made with mystery basket ingredients and the Nibblins pantry items. As a viewer, you’ll not only benefit a good cause but you’ll also have the pleasure of samples, wine tastings, a good fun.” – Nibblins
Erik Foxx-Nettnin of Magnolia at the Mill
Rachel Kindrick of Village Square
Here’s a little info on the cause you’ll be contributing to:
Gifts to the Cancer Center through the Winchester Medical Center Foundation directly touch local patients’ lives. Thanks to the support of the community through a successful $10 million capital campaign, the new Cancer Center was opened in August 2016.
Since opening, a new Board certified specialist in oncology nutrition is now available full time. The Integrative Care suite inside the Cancer Center offers convenient access to free Reiki sessions, Expressive Arts class, aromatherapy workshops and a meditation room for the mind, body and soul. More than 200 patients visit daily for appointments – 200 people seeking care in a most anxious time. Thanks to the support of so many, the Valley Health Cancer Center is a warm, open space that welcomes it’s visitors with natural light and hope to keep their journey inspired. By supporting the Cancer Center, you are ensuring the ongoing access to supportive care for so many.
For just under the cost of a tank of gas, you can contribute to a good cause, eat great food, drink great wine, and watch your favorite local chefs battle it out in the kitchen – a fabulous deal if you ask us! You can grab your tickets here!