Wouldn't it be nice to have some of the area's best chefs make you dinner?
Roanoke's Rescue Mission are in luck tonight.
Members of the American Culinary Federation have been busy all day preparing to serve 400 meals for the Rescue Mission.
The group is made up of professional and junior chefs from Virginia Western Community College.
About 20 chefs are taking part.
The American Culinary Federation prepares meals for the Rescue Mission several times a year.
It's chance for the chefs to show off their talents and give back to the community.
"We work with our students so they can understand that it's not just about being able to share with others and that's what our major goal is," said American Culinary Federation Member Bev Allman.
The chefs are preparing a meal full of southern comforts like fried chicken, homemade potato salad, and several different kinds of cobbler.
They'll be serving 200 pounds of chicken, 125 pounds of potato salad, and 120 pounds of green beans.
All the food has been donated by local vendors.