On an unseasonably warm Halloween Eve, the back room at Lenny Boy Brewing Co. was full of knife, saw, and Dremel-wiedling chefs, farmers, mixologists, and other local culinary luminaries all focused on creating a sea of carved pumpkin masterpieces. Carved 2016 was underway! In the end, Chef Ashley Boyd of 300 East and her pirate-carving teammate Candy May garnered most votes and was named Carved 2016 champion!
Once again, Piedmont Culinary Guild is bringing together the area’s best chefs, farmers, mixologists, food artisans, food educators, and other culinary professionals to see who is the best pumpkin carver in the region!
Over 200 people headed out to Free Range Brewing in NoDa on Sunday. October 25 to see culinary craftspeople throughout the region cut, gouge, sculpt, and otherwise create an amazing gallery of carved pumpkins. But in the end, it was Phillip Platoni of Southminster who took the CARVED 2015 Title .. narrowly beating our two-time champion Michael Rayfield of The Ballantyne Hotel & Lodge.
Piedmont Culinary Guild is bringing together the area’s best chefs, mixologists, food artisans, food educators, and other culinary professionals to see who is the best pumpkin carver in the region! And you will vote to see who gets the title of CARVED 2015 Champion!
7th Street Public Market was packed Sunday evening, October 19 to watch 27 of the area’s best chefs, farmers, and culinary artisans took various sharp instruments to blank pumpkin canvases – and turn them into incredible works of art. Gallery Photographs by Deborah Triplett – Deborah Triplett Photography Voting was done by all the attendees, […]
CARVED 2014 is just around the corner! Beginning at 4PM, Sunday, October 19, twenty-nine of the area’s top culinary experts will wield their knives and other tools on unsuspecting pumpkins for fun, bragging rights, and a custom-made leather knife roll crafted by farmer/artist Brad Todd. But most of all …