Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Beyond Bread Nominated for World Food Championships

Posted By on Wed, Sep 26, 2012 at 1:30 PM

It appears local restaurant and bakery Beyond Bread has been nominated to participate in the upcoming World Food Championships, which is billed as the "highest-stakes food competition in the world." From an e-mail received today:

Dear Adam,

Recently, your best sandwich winner Beyond Bread from Tuscon Weekly Best of Tuscon 2011 was selected to compete at the World Food Championships. The World Food Championships, hosted by Adam Richman, will take place at Bally's, Paris and Caesars Palace, on Nov 1-4, 2012 and will pit the winners of the biggest and best food competitions and contests against each other for a championship title and a total prize purse of $300,000.

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