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WFC Announces Golden Strategy For Seafood Category

The leader in Food Sport announced today that all seafood competitors at its 10th Annual World Food Championships (WFC) are guaranteed to experience a golden moment during this year's tournament, thanks to a new relationship with Caspy Caviar.

August 8, 2022
 
WFC Releases 2020 Qualifying Events

The world’s largest Food Sport event, World Food Championships (WFC), just announced the first round of qualifying events for its 2020 tournament set to be held Nov. 6-10 in Dallas, Texas at Fair Park. These competitions, along with many others in Barbecue and Steak, are held throughout the year as gateways for aspiring chefs, home cooks and pro teams to qualify into the Ultimate Food Fight.

January 11, 2020
 
The World Food Championships Announces Official Host Hotel

Continuing its week of exciting announcements to start off the New Year, the World Food Championships (WFC) revealed its Official Host Hotel –– ElementDallas Downtown East (a Marriott property). This new and modern boutique hotel is conveniently located less than two miles from WFC’s new 2020 event site, Fair Park.

January 9, 2020
 
The World Food Championships Reveals 2020 Venue

The World Food Championships (WFC) announced today that it will hold its 9th annual Tournament of Champions from November 6-10, 2020 at one of Dallas’ most iconic venues, Fair Park.

January 8, 2020
 
The Ultimate Food Fight Brings Back Biscuits and Jampionships Challenge

It may only be the second week of the year, but that isn’t stopping the leader of Food Sport, World Food Championships (WFC), for revealing more exciting news that will sweeten the pot for its 2020 Main Event. For its ninth season, WFC will once again be partnering with the Dallas-based jam and jelly company, The Jelly Queens, to return the “Biscuits and Jampionships” ancillary competition.

January 7, 2020
 
WFC Adds Chef Anthony Serrano to its 2020 Ambassador Council

The selfless dedication of the World Food Championships’ (WFC) Ambassador Council is one of the main reasons Food Sport has seen so much success over the past nine years. WFC is proud to announce that Chef Anthony Serrano will be joining the council for 2020.

January 3, 2020
 
The World Food Championships Announces 2020 Categories

New Year. New Goals. New Food Sport Modifications? That’s right! The leader in Food Sport, the World Food Championships (WFC), announced today its Official 2020 Categories for its 9th Annual Food Fight.

January 2, 2020
 
There’s Something Fishy About This Political Consultant’s Side Hustle

By day, Josh Cooper works as a Tahallasse-based political consultant. But in his spare time, Cooper is an aspiring culinary competitor — one who just cashed in on a liberal approach to an otherwise conservative nature.

December 31, 2019
 
Alabama Cook Earns $10,000 With Award-Winning Burger

When Morgan Cheek started competing in cooking contests three years ago, he could have never imagined that he would one day be crowned a champion at the largest culinary competition in the world. This past October, Cheek, who is from Muscle Shoals, Alabama, traveled to the World Food Championships (WFC) in Dallas, Texas where he beat out a field of talented cooks and chefs to win the 2019 World Burger Champion title, $10,000 in cash, and a seat at the $100,000 Final Table Challenge that will occur in August 2020.

December 31, 2019
 
WFC Releases 2020 Official Rules and Introduces The X Factor

The World Food Championships (WFC) announced today its 2020 Official Competition Rules for the upcoming Food Sport season. Like all professional sporting leagues, new rules are added and some are tweaked, but 2020 will see a big change in the way a new World Food Champion is judged and ultimately crowned.

December 31, 2019
 
Kansas City Pitmaster Wins BIG At World Food Championships

Kansas City is arguably one of the best barbecue and tailgating cities in America, in addition to being home to some of the nation’s most award-winning pitmasters. Well, make no bones about it. At this year’s 8th annual World Food Championships (WFC), that fact came through loud and clear as pitmaster Ryan Murphy impressed certified judges from around the world with his hometown flavors during WFC’s challenging barbecue contest. Along with taking home a World Barbecue Championship win, Murphy earned $10,000 and grabbed a spot to compete for the overall World Food Champion title in May, which adds another $100,000 bonus prize to the ultimate winner’s payday.

December 30, 2019
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