Art Fest Food Fight

Art Fest Food Fight

A spirited “Food Fight” took place at the recent Stockton Strong Art Fest in the Park event held at the Stockton Township Park. Sponsored by Molitor Farms of Stockton, the competing participants were chefs from Woodbine Golf Club Restaurant versus chefs from Stella’s Café & Catering located in Stockton.

Each restaurant received pasture-raised non-GMO chickens from Molitor Farms to grill and serve with their special top-secret recipes to the hungry Art Fest crowds eagerly waiting in line for a tasty lunch with all the “fixins.”

The Woodbine chefs, under the direction of Master Chef, Jason Dyson, prepared ½ chicken dinners, slow-grilled to perfection with a special sauce made expressly for the competition. Stella’s chefs, under the direction of Master Chef Andy McGovern, chose to create superb grilled pulled-chicken sandwiches, made with their own special sauce topping.

All Molitor Farms chickens, Piedmontese beef and Heritage Berkshire Pork are raised naturally on the pasture, feeding on non-GMO grains and never receiving any growth hormones or harmful antibiotics. The Molitor Farms “secret” to offer better food for your family is in their healthy soil that grows healthy crops, healthy livestock and healthy food for your family.

So, which restaurant was the winner of the Art Fest Food Fight? After much consideration of votes tallied by customers enjoying both specialties, the contest winners were the chefs from Woodbine Bend Golf Club & Restaurant!

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  • preview-full-Food Fight-Janet & Ted lead planning meeting

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