Spurred on by the Food Network’s many competitive weekly food competitions among chefs and foodies and others who enjoy cooking, Food Sport has taken off in popularity. The ultimate Food Sport competition is the World Food Championships held annually in Dallas which culminates in the Final Table competition where ten category champions compete for the $100,000 Grand Prize. This year, the World Food Championships has selected Indianapolis as the host city for the 2020 Final Table.

Click Here to listen in on WFC CEO Mike McCloud and Larry Dickerson Culinary Crossroads Chairperson talk about the upcoming WFC Indy Final Table.

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