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Kissing Cancer Goodbye

Amanda Skidmore, head chef of All Seasons Cafe (left), displays her egg plant involtini appetizer at the Hume Hotel
Amanda Skidmore, head chef of All Seasons Cafe (left), displays her egg plant involtini appetizer at the Hume Hotel's Kiss Off Cancer Cook Off event on Sunday. She is joined by sous chef Thalia Thiessen. All Seasons Cafe was named the winner of the event.
— image credit: Will Johnson photo

Amanda Skidmore, the head chef of All Seasons Cafe, emerged as the winner of the Hume Hotel's Kiss Off Cancer Cookoff on Sunday. Her sous chef Thalia Thiessen assisted in the competition.

The event raised $3,000 for cancer research.

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