Scottsdale 6 Alarm Firehouse Cook-off to be Feb. 6

Real firehouse cooks and award winning restaurant chefs throughout the Valley are set to battle fires in the kitchens of the Allstate Appliance Scottsdale Showroom, located at 15250 N. Hayden Road in Scottsdale, in an effort to raise funds for the 100 Club of Arizona.

The 6 Alarm Cookoff will showcase a sizzling spectacle of culinary creations by local seasoned chefs’ paired up with firehouse cooks, a mixologist competition, live music, raffles, silent auction and more, according to a press release. Tickets are $45 per person. Food, drinks, live entertainment and complimentary valet all included.

“In an effort to serve those fire, law enforcement, public safety personnel who serve our community so valiantly when tragedy strikes, it’s events such as this that enable us to serve, support and provide financial assistance to their families in their time of need,” stated Sharon Knutson-Felix, executive director of The 100 Club of Arizona, stated in the release. “Building awareness of the need, our services and our community impact, is something that this event will allow us to do in a fun, light-hearted and impactful way.”

Live music will be provided this year by country singer/song writer Rob West, performing country classics and his own hits.

Attendees will enjoy a host of dishes from local restaurants with fare ranging from light appetizers to signature dishes, all of which include a variety of accompanying spirits. Soda, water and other non-alcoholic beverages will also be available.

A silent auction will be held featuring items to feed the mind, body and soul.

To purchase tickets now, log on to www.twogalsevents.com or call 480-318-6182.

The 100 Club of Arizona is a nonprofit organization that provides financial assistance to public safety officers and firefighters when they are seriously injured or killed in the line of duty, and to provide resources to enhance their safety and welfare, the release stated.

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