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Local Version of Food Network Hit "Chopped" This Weekend

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There is good news for fans of The Food Network hit "Chopped".  A West Fargo church is hosting a local version of the show and you're encouraged to take part in the audience this weekend.

Holy Cross Catholic Church in West Fargo is looking for a live audience for its version of the cooking competition. It will be this Sunday, October 6th, from 4:30 to 8pm. There will be four teams and they will each cook up three courses.

Valley News Team's Lisa Budeau will be one of three judges, along with Fargo Bishop John Folda and Karen Winter.
   
The event is free. Organizers say they wanted to hold a fun, family friendly event for people to enjoy.


 

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