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On the TV show Iron Chef, two culinary competitors create unique, delectable, mouthwatering dishes for a panel of four ungrateful judges — all while you watch, stomach growling, from your living room couch. At Miami New Times’ annual Iron Fork, on the other hand, chefs from 36 Miami restaurants will dish out their best fare right onto your plate. And that’s just the beginning. While you nosh your way through Miami’s culinary landscape, chef Jamie DeRosa of Tongue & Cheek and chef Giorgio Rapicavoli of Eating House will throw down in a head-to-head cooking competition — one that’ll be judged by real experts instead of that lady who starred on Law & Order in the ’90s. Former winner Daniel Serfer of Blue Collar, Timon Balloo of Sugarcane, and Sean Brasel of Meat Market will decide who prevails. Norwegian Cruise Line is making its way across the bay to the Adrienne Arsht Center (1300 Biscayne Blvd., Miami) for the event too, bringing its on-ship performers to entertain diners with the sounds of the Broadway musical Legally Blonde. (Little-known fact: After graduating from Harvard Law, Elle Woods went on to become one of the few chefs in history to beat Masaharu Morimoto in Kitchen Stadium.) So, whose “iron” foodie event reigns supreme? It’s pretty obvious, no? Iron Fork runs from 7 to 10 p.m. this Thursday. Tickets cost $35 in advance or $55 at the door. VIP tickets cost $65 in advance or $90 at the door and include an extra hour of pigging out from 6 to 7 p.m. Visit
Thu., Aug. 1, 6-10 p.m., 2013


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