Chef Greg "Mouth of the South" Bolton and Chef Frankie "The Bull" Terzoli went for three rounds in the Battle of the Chefs at Red Oak Steakhouse at Downstream Casino Resort, on Saturday and Sunday.

Chef Greg "Mouth of the South" Bolton and Chef Frankie "The Bull" Terzoli went for three rounds in the Battle of the Chefs at Red Oak Steakhouse at Downstream Casino Resort, on Saturday and Sunday.
Terzoli has appeared on Top Chef season 2, Cutthroat Kitchen and Kitchen Masters and will appear on an episode of Beat Bobby Flay, while Bolton is from Downstream.
The chefs' menus consisted of:
• Dish one from Bolton included Cajun barbecue shrimp 'n' grits, served with smoked pork belly, micro green salad and sweet potato rosemary biscuit.  
• Dish one from Terzoli  included chocolate Ahi, strawberry smoked salmon, cherry hamachi and prosciutto salmon.
• Dish two from Terzoli included parmesan crusted petite filet mignon with bomber sauce served with parmesan polenta and rapini greens.
• Dish two from Bolton included beef tenderloin roulade with house-made herb cheese served with roasted tomato demi-glace, jalapeno Orzo Mac N' Cheese and beef bacon braised Swiss chard.
For those who attended the event, the judged each dish and after all of the entries, Bolton was named the winner.
"I went back south, you have to stay to your roots sometimes, I did a pork belly smoked cheddar cheese grits with some Cajun barbecue shrimp," said Bolton. "I was very fortunate, I won both of them (battles) on Saturday. It has been a hard battle this weekend, its has been challenging, but a wonderful experience, I really appreciate Chef Frankie coming down and did the challenge. It was an honor to work with him, knowing that he is  a celebrity chef, I can honestly tell you that there were concerns, because he has such great talent... It was a tough battle, he is a wonderful chef, he is fun to work with, it has been a great experience for us this weekend."
Terzoli talked about his dish.
"Generally, I go back to my roots - Italian food, it is my comfort zone. Here, I stepped out of the box," he said.
Terzoli gave high marks to his competition.
"Greg is a super talented guy, I knew coming in here, that I was dealing with a hometown crowd," he said.
But after the battle and the presentation of the winner's belt, you could sense these two chefs will meet again.
"(We will have a) rematch in October and after the ceremony on Sunday, he left wanting a rematch," said Bolton. "Wanting to see if he wants to steal the belt, he is going to have to work hard to take it. We are not going to give it up."