'Iron Chef' Competition Comes to Doylestown

See what happens when teams of chefs are pitted against each other for the honor of being the best.

'Iron Chef' came to Doylestown Tuesday night, but Masaharu Morimoto, Cat Cora and Mario Batali were nowhere to be found.

Instead, teams of chefs from retirement communities faced off against each other for the honors of being named the best.

The competition was hosted at Wesley Enhanced Living's retirement community in Doylestown. Chefs from four other Wesley properties came to the Doylestown community for the friendly competition.

Along with the chefs, groups of residents from the other Wesley communities - in Burholme, Pennypack Park, Stapeley and Upper Moreland - boarded buses to travel to Doylestown for the competition, the camaraderie - and, of course, the food.

This was the third year of what has become an annual tradition for the Wesley communities, said Joaquin Suarez, Wesley's director of dining services and the emcee of the annual event.

So what was the secret ingredient? Who won the competition? Click on the video to find out.


Video courtesy of metra4.com.

marty smith October 03, 2012 at 10:16 PM
GrandMothers and fathers are the best cooks, no contest needed.


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