Results from the most recent head-to-head cookoffs in the Got to Be NC chef competition:
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Matchup: John Morey of Bank of America Stadium and Brady Lutz of The Cypress Club and The Copper Grille.
Surprise ingredients: Uno Alla Volta ricotta and New Town Farms Bordeaux spinach.
Highest scoring dish of the night: Chocolate glazed profiteroles, Uno Alla Volta ricotta-vanilla bean ice cream, caramelized plantains, caramelized sugar, sour cherry (by chef Lutz).
Advancing: Morey, with a score of 29.40620915 to 26.78679868.
Matchup: Ryan Daugherty and Eric Litaker of Dogwood Southern Table & Bar (note: each team has three people, typically with one chef leading; this one named two, rather than one) and Travis Garrett of The Mandrake Small Plates & Wine.
Surprise ingredients: Chapel Hill Creamery Calvander and Smith Farms organic arugula.
Highest scoring dish of the night: Handmade Maple Leaf Farms duck chorizo, wood-grilled breast of duck, scallion-Chapel Hill Creamery Calvander grits cake, Smith Farms organic arugula verde, pickled radish (by chefs Daugherty and Litaker).
Advancing: Daugherty and Litaker, with a score of 28.57646432 to 24.61217949.