13 Reasons to Attend Stone Soup Supper

1. Start Your Holiday Shopping Early

That’s right! What would Stone Soup Supper be without a potter’s village?! The Triangle Potters Guild will be on-site with some of their finest pottery! One piece of pottery comes with each adult entry plus there will be more on site for purchase!

2. You’ll Experience Tastes of the Mediterranean

Chef Jonathan Ballard will be there representing Sassool. Cool name, right?  It’s a restaurant brought to you by the family behind Neomande! Read their sweet story here.

3. You’ll Taste Tradition

Who hasn’t heard of The Pit?! Chef Melanie Dunia is a pro at serving up traditional NC staples including whole hog BBQ (both eastern and western style for those who can’t decide).

4. You’ll Go on a Culinary Adventure

Born and raised in South London, Chef Andrew Pettifer of Margaux’s has cooked throughout Bali, Brazil, and Australia—an international taste experience not to miss!

5. You’ll Try Soup From a Local Celebrity

With a family history passionate about BBQ and a specially designed smoker named Jezebel, you’ll be in for a kick of southern delights from Chef Matt Register of Southern Smoke BBQ. Did you know Matt was recently featured on the Today show?! Read about it here

6. You’ll Taste Soup From a Past Soup-erior Chef (and he’s ready for round 2)

Ready for round two, Chef Ron Salerno of Raleigh Marriott won the Soup-erior Chef’s Competition last year and he’s back to serve up some tastiness!

7. You’ll Have Soup from a Pro in Stocks, Sauces, Soups, and Fish and Shellfish Cookery

Recently named President of The Chef’s Academy’s Raleigh-area campus, Chef Paul Sottile, will use his background as a Certified Executive Chef and his life-long Food Service Management Professional designation to make your taste buds dance!

8. You’ll Try Fusion Dishes

With training in classical French culinary, Chef Jeff Pineda is sure to cook up something creative, combining his educational background with his work with Asian cuisine at The Art Institute.

9. You’ll Try Soup from a Chef with Multiple “Best Of” Titles

Chef Trey Smith of Prestonwood Country Club has loved cooking since he was 13—So you know you’re in for something tasty. With titles like “Best Food in Carrboro” and “Best Italian Restaurant in Cary,” you should prepare yourself.

10. You’ll Try Food from a Family of Chefs (and Last Year’s People’s Choice Champ)

Owner and Chef Jake Wolf of Capital Club 16 comes from a family of chefs. Chef Jake has worked in restaurants from Atlanta, Telluride, Germany, Boston, and most recently, New York City, in addition to owning Capital Club 16 with his wife. Chef Jake also won the People’s Choice vote in last year’s Stone Soup Supper! We’re ready for more!

11. You’ll Taste Soup from Across Seven States

Chef Mike Bickel comes to the competition from Carolina Ale House, which spans across seven states in the South East, so you’ll know you’ll be in for a regional treat!

12. You’ll Have a Meal Fit for a President

What hasn’t Chef Eddie Wilson been involved in? With a career ranging from Golden Corral to NC State, to The Chef’s Academy, Chef Eddie has prepared meals for Premier Gorbachev, President Bush, and Former Presidents Bush, Clinton and Ford, and for large groups in the PGA, Indy Racing League, and both National Political Conventions! Expect a food coma in your future!

13. You’ll Taste a Piece of Mexico

Chef Miguel Cuevas of Totopos will take you on a journey through Mexico City—with a flair for culture, you can guarantee your taste buds will be in for soup-eriorness!

Are You Drooling Yet? Click here to get Your Stone Soup Supper Tickets Today for Nov 16!

Stone Soup Supper will be held at the McKimmon Center on Wednesday, November 16 from 5:30pm-8:30pm. Entry is $25 for adults, which includes unlimited bowls of soup from 13 top Triangle chefs and one piece of hand-crafted pottery. Children’s tickets are $5 and include unlimited soup (no pottery).

Want to see which soups the chefs are making? Check them out here!

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