Chef Mikey Lawrence (above) of Belly Restaurant on Broadway in Eugene dishes in the first of two heats of the Iron Chef Eugene competition held in the Center for Meeting and Learning on Lane’s main campus. Lawrence and teammate Brendan Mahaney were named the winners of heat one by a panel of three judges which included Lane Community College President Mary Spilde, competed against chefs Taro Kobayashi (below) and Patrick Reyes of Mame restaurant in Eugene. Heat two of the Iron Chef Eugene competition, which will feature chefs from Party Downtown and WildCraft Cider Works, will be held on June 16. The winners of both heats will compete in a final event on July 6. Tickets to attend either event, held at the Center for Meeting and Learning, cost $75 and are available at www.brownpapertickets.com/event/1573200. Tickets include a four-course meal prepared by Lane’s culinary program.
Photo: Justin Cox
Chef Mikey Lawrence (above) of Belly Restaurant on Broadway in Eugene dishes in the first of two heats of the Iron Chef Eugene competition held in the Center for Meeting and Learning on Lane’s main campus. Lawrence and teammate Brendan Mahaney were named the winners of heat one by a panel of three judges which included Lane Community College President Mary Spilde, competed against chefs Taro Kobayashi (below) and Patrick Reyes of Mame restaurant in Eugene. Heat two of the Iron Chef Eugene competition, which will feature chefs from Party Downtown and WildCraft Cider Works, will be held on June 16. The winners of both heats will compete in a final event on July 6. Tickets to attend either event, held at the Center for Meeting and Learning, cost $75 and are available at www.brownpapertickets.com/event/1573200. Tickets include a four-course meal prepared by Lane’s culinary program.Photo: Justin Cox

Photo: Justin Cox

Chef Mikey Lawrence (above) of Belly Restaurant on Broadway in Eugene dishes in the first of two heats of the Iron Chef Eugene competition held in the Center for Meeting and Learning on Lane’s main campus. Lawrence and teammate Brendan Mahaney were named the winners of heat one by a panel of three judges which included Lane Community College President Mary Spilde, competed against chefs Taro Kobayashi (below) and Patrick Reyes of Mame restaurant in Eugene.
Heat two of the Iron Chef Eugene competition, which will feature chefs from Party Downtown and WildCraft Cider Works, will be held on June 16. The winners of both heats will compete in a final event on July 6. Tickets to attend either event, held at the Center for Meeting and Learning, cost $75 and are available at www.brownpapertickets.com/event/1573200. Tickets include a four-course meal prepared by Lane’s culinary program.

Photo: Justin Cox

Photo: Justin Cox