North vs. South: Vegan cookoff

| Editor in chief

Students and chefs gathered in Tisch Commons on Tuesday evening for the first annual North vs. South Champion Chef Competition, sponsored by Bon Appétit. Selected students and Bon Appétit chefs participated in a vegan tempeh recipe cook-off, which was part of a series of events surrounding eco chef and cookbook author Bryant Terry’s visit to campus. The teams included the North Side and South 40, with four student chefs participating on each team. Team North was led by DUC chef Justin Keimon, and South 40 chef Gary Suarez led Team South. Above, senior Patrick Fahey cooks for Team North as Keimon, left, supervises him. Team South won the cook-off. Judges for the event included Terry; Catherine Neville, editor in chief of Sauce Magazine; Chris Desens, award-winning chef; Provost Edward Macias; and James Dodge, chef and cookbook author. (Perry Stein | Student Life)

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