“Who’s Your Mama?” kicks off with Vegan Iron Chef

Kent State University, home of the “Who’s Your Mama?” week-long Earth Day and Environmental Film festival, will host its 4th Vegan Iron Chef competition this Sunday, April 22, from noon to 5pm in the KSU Student Center, 2nd floor dining center. Witness professional teams and student teams compete for the Vegan Iron Chef, and enjoy vegan samples. What else?

  • Garde Mange fruit and vegetable carving display by students from The University of Akron
  • Ice carving by Kent State University’s John Goehler
  • Music by Zach

Full details here, including profiles of the competing chefs. It’s open to the public. (Yay!)

The “Who’s Your Mama?” Earth Day party just keeps getting better every year. The festival officially opens with the Vegan Iron Chef on Sunday, followed by films and food demos throughout the week, and ends with the block party on Saturday, April 28, featuring cool bands, cultural events, animals, exhibits, and more.

Have you ever seen a cooler name for an Earth Day festival?


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