The World Food Championships announced the first round of qualifiers for the 2015 main event which, for some reason, is being held in Kissimmee, FL instead of my beloved Las Vegas.
When World Food Championships competitor Heather Manley dared me to plunge into the pool at the WFC’s meet and greet cocktail party, she could just as easily have been talking about diving right into creating a new recipe for bacon as daring me to jump into a pool.
Over the years, our BBQ-fanatic readers have asked us hundreds of BBQ and grilling questions. With the assistance of the famous Ray Lampe, aka “Dr. BBQ,” we have answered them and placed them in a searchable database here. If you want a better idea of what you’ll find there, here’s a quick list of some of the issues he’s addressed for us at the SuperSite.
Big news from the World Food Championships for all of us home chefs. Even if you can’t make it to one of the WFC qualifiers before the WFC November 12-18, you can still backdoor your way into competing through the #FoodChamp Challenge.Grab your favorite recipe (category appropriate) and hit submit to present your best case to the World Food Championships’ panel of judges and you just may earn your spot in Las Vegas. The #FoodChamp Challenge series, in partnership with Kenmore, will be hosted on cookmore.com. The fun begins on May 1. Get more information here.