Professional and amateur cooks got a little cheesy at Mount Princeton Hot Springs Resort pavilion Thursday for the eighth annual Chaffee County Habitat for Humanity Mac & Cheese Bake-off.

The annual fundraiser, which included a chance for attendees to sample dishes from 15 restaurant and individual entrants and vote for their favorites, and an online silent auction, raised more than $14,500.

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