Shuptrine’s Twisted Recipe Competition Finalists Announced

Cook-Off Is Jan. 14 At SturmHaus Beer Market

Monday, January 6, 2014

Shuptrine’s Twisted Products announced the finalists for the first annual Shuptrine’s Twisted Recipe Competition have been selected.  The contestants were charged with creating an original Shuptrine’s Twisted recipe using one of the Shuptrine’s Twisted Products - Shuptrine’s Twisted Relish or Shuptrine’s Twisted Marinade. Both are all natural and made with fresh ingredients. 

The Shuptrine’s Twisted Recipe Competition finalists are: 

Barbara Golder 
Twisted Pierogies
SturmHaus suggested beer pairing: Left Hand Milk Stout
 
Jeff McBryar and Ben Grizzell
McGrizzel's Twisted Meats
SturmHaus suggested beer pairing: Chattanooga Brewery Winter Warmer
 
Garnett Chapin
Twisted Mangrove Snapper with Pineapple Salsa
 
Doris McDowell
Twisted Menage A Trois Tordu
SturmHaus suggested beer pairing Angry Orchard Crisp Apple Cider
 
Doris McDowell
Twisted Rueben Cheesecake

The Shuptrine’s Twisted Recipe Competition Cook-off will be Tuesday, Jan. 14, from 5:30-8 p.m. at SturmHaus Beer Market, 1120 Houston St., #120.  Guests will help select the best brew pairing for the finalists' recipes The winner of the competition receives $250.

Shuptrine's Twisted Products are located at local stores in Chattanooga, Lookout and Signal Mountains, Cleveland and Collegedale. Check out www.shuptrinestwisted.com for all store locations.


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