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We're excited to see the field of competitors who have already won their golden ticket and registered to compete at the 2022 World Food Championships. And we are always proud to announce our special guests and celebrity judges participating in our judging events across the nation - we're sure the championship food certainly helps! Best of luck to our 2022 competitors!


Too Hot Comares

HEAD COOK: Lynn Beamer

COMPETITION: World Recipe Championship

QUALIFYING EVENT: Duda Farm Fresh Foods Runner Up in the Ultimate Celery Championship

As a home cook, this is my first foray into the competitive cooking arena. My husband and I retired a couple of years ago to a little piece of heaven on an agricultural island southwest of Charleston, SC. I have learned to throw a cast net and improve my fishing and foraging skills so that I can have fresh flounder, trout, redfish, oysters, shrimp, blue crab, pecans, figs, citrus and even mushrooms all from my own back yard. I have come to appreciate the use of local ingredients and enjoy the benefits of having a major family-owned organic farmer as my neighbor who sells his produce to some of the finest restaurants in the area. Oh yes, then there is Charleston. A great new restaurant seems to pop up every month. I have met and cooked with several downtown chefs who offer classes. We try a different restaurant each week and have tasted incredibly inventive dishes which I often try to replicate at home. But my greatest inspiration is my dearest friend, Lisa, who urged me to create and enter some recipes that eventually led to a Golden Ticket as a runner up in the Duda Farms Celery competition. We will cook together with lots of love and laughter and maybe even kick some culinary buttocks in the process.