INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — On Saturday night, a hundred men donned aprons and competed with their cooking skills — all for a good cause.
Sports Director Anthony Calhoun cooked up some love as well, in the form of a well-received sweet potato casserole.
The Old National Bank’s “100 Men Who Cook” raises money each year for a local charity group.
This year it’s all about The Villages, Indiana’s largest child and family services nonprofit agency, serving over 3,000 children and their families daily.
Tasters gave tips to each of the chefs as they sample dishes.
And those tips go toward the big fundraising goal.
This year the men raised over $200,000.