21 Jun Top Chef of Culinary Coast Benefit Held
Chef Danio Somoza from 99 Sea Level in Bethany Beach was awarded Top Chef for the second year in a row. Somoza prepared seared black sea bass and dayboat scallops. Shown are (l-r) Meals on Wheels Lewes-Rehoboth Board President John Wolfle, Somoza, and Event Co-Chair and Board Member Lana O’Hollaren. Somoza also won Best Reinvention of a Delmarva Tradition and Top Chef.
The 4th Annual Top Chef of the Culinary Coast fundraiser for Meals on Wheels Lewes-Rehoboth was held at the Rehoboth Beach Country Club June 8.
Over 20 local chefs competed for Top Chef bragging rights as well as raising funds for Meals on Wheels.
The Top Chef is chosen by popular vote by the attendees in four categories: Best Use of Ingredients, Best Reinvention of a Delmarva Tradition, Food We Couldn’t Live Without and Top Chef.