TMCK has been postponed until November 15th.
We will honor your current reservation.
555 South 10th Street – SOLD OUT EVENT
This event is made up of top area chefs who donate their time & talents to prepare a 5 or 6 course meal with wine pairings. The guests nor the chef know who will be matched with whom until cocktail hour when one representative from each group of ten selects a chef by drawing a knife from a butcher block. This is when the chef greets his table and takes them back to be wined and dined for the rest of the night! This event ends by a live auction of chefs donating their services in the comfort of your own home for a private party!
Proceeds and donations from the event go to feed the hungry through the Heartland Foodbank and raise money for culinary scholarships at the Metro Culinary Institute.
2020 Too Many Cooks Participants
2020 Too Many Cooks in the Kitchen Participating Chefs
From Left – Top Row;
Wilson Calixte – LeVoltaire, Anthony Kueper – Dolce, Rey Chavez – Stokes Old Market, Doug Trammel – Ms Pub, Jared Clarke – Railcar, Ryan Wagner – Lombardos, Aron Mackevicius – Twisted Fork, Nate Shew – Stokin Goat, Jimmy Masters – J Gilberts, Kimbler Harrold – Scott Center, Mark Trimble – Embassy Suites, Drew Statz – Monarch Prime, John Green – Jams
Bottom Row; Zach Loder – Jukes Ale Works, Michael Boisseree – Reinhart Foodservice, Jacob Newton – V Mertz, Bobby Mekiney – Ms Pub, Victor Cabriales – Stokes West, John Engler – Society 1854, Shawn Phifer – Jams West, James Davis – Institute for the Culinary Arts.
(Not Pictured; Glenn Wheeler – Spencer’s, Tim Gallagher – US Foods, Dan Watts – Sysco, Manny – Pitch Pizzeria)
Featured Chefs 2020