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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!


Little Bit of Mom

HEAD COOK: Lois Spruytte

COMPETITION: World Dessert Championship

Lois is a self-taught amateur baker/cook and a native of the great state of Michigan. She first started entering contests on the local level over a decade ago. After a first place local win in 2011, Lois had the confidence to compete on the national level. She competed annually with the National Pie Contest put on by the American Pie Council. She competed from 2011-2018, placing 3 times over that stretch. Lois continued to refine her skill, traveling to Washington State for a week-long pie camp in 2016 and eventually qualifying for her first World Food Championships in 2017. Lois has become a regular within WFC. Year after year, Lois constantly works for that coveted first place win. As the pandemic set in, Lois found a way to be innovative. She entered numerous online competitions leaning on her competitive spirit and continuing to innovate. Over the course of the pandemic, Lois took 2nd place in the WFC Taco Takedown, 1st place in the Lard Lovers contest sponsored by Melissa's Produce, and a 1st place in the Michigan Department of Agriculture's Best Burger in Michigan contest. Even with Lois's successes in online competitions, she is eager to return to the traditional format. While Lois' competitiveness has grown over the years, one constant is her sense of altruism. Lois uses her gifts to "Pie it Forward" to anyone within reach. She has been providing monthly meals for at risk and homeless teenagers for 10 years. Lois also bakes birthday cakes for the Marie Antoinette program in the Detroit area. This group matches bakers with children in need of a birthday cake. Lois also travels to help server the broader community, having donated time and talents to a major fundraiser for St. Jude hospital during the FedEx PGA tournament in Memphis Tennesse. Due to a scheduling change within her family this year, Lois is excited and motivated to return to Kitchen Arena in Dallas this coming November!