Thursday, October 25, 2012 World Forestry Center – 6 pm
You be the judge!
Join us for Portland’s Original Iron Chef! You and your friends will spend an evening sampling hearty, SIGNATURE app
This is YOUR chance to be the judge and vote for the new reigning IRON CHEF – a fabulous evening all in an effort to prevent child abuse and neglect in the greater Portland community, keeping children safe and families strong.
Meet Jill Ramseier of Deschutes Brewery who will be competing for the title of Portland’s Original Iron Chef…
Raised near here in the scenic town of Canby, Oregon, between a filbert orchard and an egg farm, Chef Jill Ramseier appreciates the local and seasonal abundance our region
offers. After graduating Western Culinary in 1999, she worked as a line cook at the fast paced
A fateful adventure landed her in Kent, Ohio at the fine dining Bistro on Main as their pastry chef, where her skills were honed for breads and pastry. While there she also took over teaching pasta and dessert classes at the Western Reserve School of Cooking and the Cleveland Sur la Table.
An opportunity to help open a cake and pastry shop for the highly skilled wedding cake maker Natasha Ohlman brought her back to Portland, where she eventually was brought on to help open the Pearl district Deschutes Brewery in 2008. In 2011, she won Portland Monthly’s brews and burgers competition against 10 other brewpubs with her yellow belly burger.
To see Jill Ramseier in action, purchase your tickets online today (they are going fast) to the Portland’s Original Iron Chef on its new fall date and partner with LifeWorks NW and Children’s Relief Nursery to end child abuse and neglect in our community. Can’t make the event, but still want to support the nursery? No worries… you can go online at the link above and make a donation in lieu of your attendance.
Portland’s Original Iron Chef
Thursday, October 25, 2012
World Forestry Center – Miller Hall – 6 to 9 pm
Proceeds from Iron Chef will benefit Children’s Relief Nursery, now a program of LifeWorks NW, in our work with children in the first, most important years of life. CRN’s mission is to keep children safe and families strong in order to end child abuse and neglect in our community.