If you like to play with your food, the Duckathlon is the place to be.
So what is the Duckathlon exactly?
It’s a culinary obstacle course with multiple challenges – some are tough, some are funny, but all are food and wine related. Except the ones that involve Armagnac, gin and beer.
It all began as a private event back in 2005 for our chef clients to let down their toques and test their skills in a friendly competition. Some teams wore costumes, themed t-shirts (with foie gras a favorite subject), and crazy hats.
Now for the first time, the Duckathlon is open to the public! That means you and your food-obsessed friends can take the same challenges that stymied the chefs. There are prizes and medals for those teams that score highest.
Not sure you can come as a team of four? We got your back. Purchase a single ticket and we’ll pair you up with a team on site.
And not to worry about our chef friends – they’re still coming, but this time they will serve you tasting portions of delectable dishes they made with our products.
Our farmers will be there, too. And all proceeds go to the Action Against Hunger FoodLove initiative.
But get your tickets soon – the Duckathlon is on Saturday, June 14, 2014, from 12:00 – 5:00 pm.
You can purchase tickets here. But you cannot buy them at the door!
The team from Felix Restaurant featured a guest member: Elyse Pasquale, who blogs at foodieinternational.com
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And the Village Voice just posted about the new Duckathlon, which they urge you to attend.
Heed the call – or in this case, the quack.
We hope to see you there!