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WFC News Archive for January 2019


 
Show Me State Restaurant Owner Creates $10,000 Sandwich

Alone, these two sandwiches –– Cuban and Reuben –– are considered classics, but mix them together, and you’ve created a $10,000 culinary cuisine. At least, that’s what St. Louis Sugarfire Smoke House Restaurant Partner and Executive Chef David Molina successfully did at the World Food Championships (WFC) this past November.

January 14, 2019
 
World Food Championships Expands Its Food Champ Recipe Club Program

The world’s largest Food Sport competition has partnered with Walmart for a second season of the Food Champ Recipe Club program (FCRC). As a result, FCRC –– an extension of the World Food Championships (WFC) enterprise –– will be adding culinary professionals to its team.

January 9, 2019
 
WFC Announces 2019 E.A.T.™ Judge Classes

The World Food Championships (WFC) is starting off the new year with sizzling news by announcing a list of its 2019 E.A.T.™ Judge Certification classes!

January 4, 2019
 
Phoenix Home Cook Creates $10,000 Dessert Dish at the World Food Championships

His last name might have you thinking he has a finesse for flipping burgers, but home cook Greg Buerger’s culinary talent for whipping up delicate desserts is what earned him “sweet” success at the World Food Championships (WFC). With an overall score of 94.01666 out of 100, he was crowned the 2018 World Dessert Champion, won $10,000 and earned a spot to compete at the Final Table challenge being held later this year.

January 4, 2019
 
Florida Chef Takes Home Championship Win at the World’s Largest Food Sport Event

According to Chef Nick Rickman, a recipe for success at the World Food Championships (WFC) has three main ingredients: passion, persistence and focus. This year, Nick managed to beat out a field of talented chefs to become the 2018 World Chef Champion. His performance brought home a $10,000 check and reserved his spot to compete at WFC’s Final Table challenge being held in early 2019.

January 3, 2019
 
Roanoke Restaurant Owner Wins $10,000 at the World Food Championships

Chef Peter Radjou knows how to bring home the bacon –– $10,000 worth that is! The India-native Chef took home the Bacon World Championship title with his “Acorn Squash Stuffed with Bacon and Fall Vegetables” entry at the World Food Championships (WFC), which was presented by Walmart and held Nov. 7-11 at The Wharf in Orange Beach, Ala.

January 3, 2019
 
Texas Cook Takes Home World Seafood Championship Win

Food Sport newcomer Beau Smith reeled in a big win against a field of talented cooks to become the 2018 World Seafood Champion this past November in Orange Beach, Alabama. His winning dish titled, “Oscar la Vista baby,” earned him $10,000 and a spot at the World Food Championships’ (WFC) Final Table challenge.

January 2, 2019