Become a Chef!


This year, we’re debuting a brand-new chef registration system. To become a chef, please click on the REGISTER tab in the upper right-hand corner on any page.  From there, you can create your profile, submit your recipe (due no later than October 7th), blog, order tickets/tables, view pre-event timeline, and access a FAQ. You may LOGIN at any time to update your information.

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Become a Champion!


This year’s 100 Men Who Cook will be held on Saturday, November 7th from 6:00-11:30 pm at the Horizon Convention Center.  All proceeds (raised by the champions in our community) will be deposited in the “Champions for a Safe Community” Fund. Note: The guidelines and process for requesting program support will be posted on or about November 7, 2015.

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Purchase a Table


Chefs can request tickets/tables when they register online!  Simply sign into your Chef Portal and click on the corresponding tickets/tables tab. You will receive an invoice through email shortly after the request is made. Guests can purchase individual tickets for $60; or a 10-top table for $500 by contacting Melinda Stanley at (765) 254-3978.


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The “Champions for A Safe Community” Fund

With the rise in violence and growing concern for the effect of this violence on the citizens of east central Indiana, the power of this event to raise money and awareness is being brought to bear against this threat to our community.

This November 7th, “100 Men Who Cook” will come together to raise money to fund our newly established “Champions for a Safe Community Fund”.  After the event, this fund will provide support to organizations within the community to provide programming, services, and activities that endeavor to reduce violence as well as provide security and care for victims of violence. “Champions for a Safe Community” will consider support to not-for-profits, civic, business, and government organizations to support the development and delivery of innovative solutions, otherwise unavailable in our community, designed to make our community a safer place to live, work, and play.

It is our greatest hope that those who have supported this event in the past will continue and that other will join us in our effort to brighten the future of our community.

100 Men Who Cook is made possible by help from our Community Partner organizations: