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Wild Card Elite Division Returns for its Third Season

The World Food Championships (WFC) announced today that its Wild Card Elite Division will return for its 8th annual event occurring October 16-20 in Dallas, Texas. This program not only allows competitors to bypass the qualifying process but gives them the opportunity to take home additional money outside of WFC’s $350,000 prize purse!

February 15, 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
 
Georgia Restaurant Owner Crowned World Burger Champion

KirbyG’s Owner Wins $10,000 at the World Food Championships

December 28, 2018
 
Rookie Competitor Raises The Stakes at the World’s Largest Food Sport Event

Robert Mansfield entered the World Food Championships (WFC) with only five previous steak events under his belt, proving it’s anyone's game in Food Sport! Not only was he crowned the 2018 World Invitational Steak Champion and took home $10,000, he now has a chance at WFC’s $100,000 Final Table prize purse.

December 21, 2018
 
First-Time Head Cook Defeats Two-Time World Chili Champion

Chef Jacqueline Seavey spiced things up at the World Food Championships (WFC) in Orange Beach, Alabama, by winning over the judges’ taste buds with a non-traditional chili cuisine. Her combination of advanced culinary skills and unique ingredients earned this Long Beach, Mississippi Chef the 2018 World Open Chili Champion title.

December 20, 2018
 
Lady Pitmaster Turns Charcoal into Major Cash at World’s Largest Food Sport Event

From a female-only grilling competition to a charity-focused contest to throwing it down with the big boys of barbecue, Pitmaster Tina Cannon left the five-day Food Sport event in Orange Beach, Alabama, proving girls can grill and winning the largest prize purse of the tournament –– $21,600.

December 19, 2018
 
WFC Opens Early Bird Registration for 2019!

The World Food Championships (WFC) has a special holiday treat for Food Sport Nation! All competitors who have already qualified for #WFC2019 have the exclusive opportunity to take part in Early Bird Registration. This limited-time offer gives Food Champs the chance to be among the first to secure their spot for 2019’s Main Event (which will now occur in Dallas, Texas) and includes $50 off the registration fee. WFC’s cyber deal will begin December 17, 2018, at 10:00 am CST and and on December 31, 2018, at 11:50 pm CST.

December 16, 2018
 
The World Food Championships Announces BIG Relocation for 2019

For the past three years, Food Champs have had to focus on their "A" game to cash in on Food Sport's biggest prize in Alabama. But in 2019, they’re going to have to think about their “B” game. As in their “BIG” game, because Food Sport is moving to Texas in a BIG way.

December 14, 2018
 
California’s “Diamond Chef” Sparkles at the World’s Largest Food Sport Competition

Why did the chicken cross the road? Don’t know? Perhaps you should consult an expert like Lidia Haddadian. The home cook from Pasadena, California was recently crowned the 2018 World Chicken Champion at the 7th Annual World Food Championships (WFC) in Orange Beach, Alabama.

December 7, 2018
 
The World's Largest Food Competition Crowns Ten New Champions

After five days of nonstop, high-paced, tournament-style cooking in Orange Beach, Alabama, more than 500 teams from 12 countries and 40+ American states were narrowed down to 10 category champions at the 7th Annual World Food Championships (WFC), which was presented by Walmart for the first time. More than 5,600 dishes were served and judged in the process of determining the 2018 champions, each of whom earned more than $10,000 in cash and prizes while earning their world titles.

November 13, 2018
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