UPDATE // MAY 8 And the winners of the Philadelphia Sandwich Experiment are…
First Place / Grand Prize: Jawn / Jawn 2: Return of the Jawn
Second Place: Cow Lick / Get Yer Tongue Around This
Third Place: Briney Floyd / Pimp Crisp
First Place: Sweet-ish Meatball Sandwich / Cat Attacks!!
Second Place: Jawn / Jawn 2: Return of the Jawn
Third Place: JAM / Mediterranean Chicken Sandwich
Read a full recap of the sandwichy goodness here.
The world’s #1 amateur cooking competition, the Food Experiments features celebrity judges, creative food themes and the chance for one local chef to win a trip to Brooklyn.
Brooklyn Brewery is flying the winner of each uniquely-themed showdown to Brooklyn for an elite “Back-Of-The-House Pass” including:
+ 3-night stay at Wythe Hotel (across the street from Brooklyn Brewery)
+ Tasty Tours of our neighborhood’s finest food producers
+ Friday night Chef’s Feast
+ The chance to compete in The Food Experiments Championship at Brooklyn Brewery
Follow the Food Experiments @FoodExperiment, and join the conversation about the Philadelphia Sandwich Experiment via #PhillyFoodEx.
SUNDAY, MAY 6
Attendees: tweet photos of your favorite bite @BrooklynBrewery with the hash tag #PhillyFoodEx for a chance to win this homebrew kit. From the Food Experiments: “Cookoff pros Nick Suarez and Theo Peck are excited to present Philly’s second Food Experiment, an amateur cook off involving Philly’s finest home chefs. Dishes will range from savory to sweet and will feature a main ingredient. Sharpen your knifes, this is a call to all home chefs looking to be named Philly’s next cookoff king or queen. Winners will not only achieve culinary glory, but will be flown to Brooklyn, NY to compete in the National Cookoff Title, the Super Bowl of cookoffs held at Brooklyn Brewery. Do you have what it takes to win?”
SATURDAY, MAY 5
But wait, there’s more! The day before the Sandwich Experiment, the Philadelphia Supermarket Showdown goes off at Whole Foods (500 West Germantown Pike, Plymouth Meeting, PA). Come out and watch as seven-time Brooklyn Cook-Off champ, Theo Peck, comes to town to take on one of your own local foodies for bragging rights in a mini cook-off of mini-epic proportions. The not so secret ingredient: Brooklyn Brewery beer.