Cookies are ingredient for local Iron Chef Challenge

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Cindy Blackburn, left, of Emeritus Senior Living, won first and third place for her cookies. Suzie Lang, right, director of dining services at Victoria Commons, holds the second place cookie, a coconut macaroon, baked by Jeff Marshall.
Cindy Blackburn, left, of Emeritus Senior Living, won first and third place for her cookies. Suzie Lang, right, director of dining services at Victoria Commons, holds the second place cookie, a coconut macaroon, baked by Jeff Marshall.

NORTH CAPE MAY – Genesis Healthcare, Emeritus Senior Living and Conifer Village partnered recently for their third Iron Chef Challenge, with local chefs from Victoria Manor, Victoria Commons and Emeritus of Cape May each trying to bake the tastiest Christmas cookies.

The cookies ranged from chocolate chips to coconut macaroons, fruit cake cookies to cherries jubilee cookies.

First place was presented to Chef Cindy Blackburn of Emeritus Senior Living who baked a chocolate dipped orange cookie.

Residents had a difficult time deciding between the eight different varieties.

Second place was presented to Chef Jeff Marshall, of Victoria Manor. Third place was also given to Blackburn for her signature "Surprise Chocolate Chip cookie.”

The judges were all residents at Conifer Village.

For more information on Genesis Healthcare call Denise Raymond at 602-7193 or for information on Emeritus Senior Living call Jessica Silva at 463-6344.


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