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Culinary Students Face Off in Together We Cope "Food Pantry Challenge"
Date:11/16/2013

me up with several family-style dishes suitable for an evening meal. At 1 p.m. the professional chefs will award a Grand Prize with points for creating dishes that can be made in 30 minutes or less, that generate leftovers for subsequent meals, which will appeal to children, and for making dishes that taste good and are nutritious.

Another prize, the Good Home Cooking Award, will go to the team selected by longtime TWC volunteers John and Pat Slack. Additionally, members of the media covering the event are invited to sample the student dishes and vote for a team to receive the Media Award.

Recipes generated by the students will be distributed to TWC’s food pantry clients after the event and also will be available on the agency’s website, http://www.togetherwecope.org.

TWC serves about 65 families per day at its food pantry, one of the largest in the south suburban area. Open five days a week and outfitted with industrial-sized refrigerators and freezers, TWC is able to provide not only staples but also a large range of fresh and frozen food to people from 22 suburbs who live in Bremen, Orland, Palos and Worth townships. Nationally, food insecurity affects large numbers of U.S. residents, with 43 percent receiving some form of food assistance.

Together We Cope, founded in 1982, is dedicated to bridging the gap for Southland residents in temporary crisis by providing food, shelter, clothing and referrals, empowering them to return to self-sufficiency.

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Food Pantry Hosts Culinary Competition: Chef Mark Wroczynski of Robert Morris University and Katlin Bewley of Together We Cope get ready for the Food Pantry Challenge on November 23, 2013, in Orland Park, Ill.

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