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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 2018 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 2018 competitors!

COMPETITOR

Ryan Pang

COMPETITION: World Open Chili Championship

QUALIFYING EVENT: 2012 WildCard Draw


Pit Master of Bad S. BBQ an Award Winning Competitive BBQ, Chili and Chowder team out of Sunnyvale and Professional Private Chef, graduated with honors and won the Service Award at The Culinary Institute of America, Hyde Park, NY is happy to share his passion of CHILI, BBQ, cooking, competition and good times. Formerly in the trenches and the fire of the restaurants, Pit Master Pang's Bad S. BBQ hold the only Triple crown of Chili, at the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk Chili Cook off with Peoples Choice, Most Tasted and Judges Choice, Reigning Champion at Lambtown for the last two years as well as many other Chili, Rib and BBQ Cook offs . In 2011 Ryan Teamed up with HOF BBQ'er Ric Gilbert to Win the BBQ Throw down at the Oakland Coliseum. Ryan and his team were visited by Ching-he Huang, a best-selling author, chef and host from the U.K. "Easy Chinese: San Francisco" on The Cooking Channel and Bad S. BBQ was chosen for an episode that featured food fusion between Chinese and BBQ. But, most note-able about Bad S. BBQ is the backyard built smokers that Bad S. BBQ cooks on for competitions that are made from early 1900's GE Refrigerators mounted on top of wood burning stoves. Not your typical store bought or Internet ordered cooker, but Ryan of Bad S. BBQ knows that they could cook on anything...and cook it well.