Briar Hill hosts 2nd annual soup cook-off PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 05 February 2013 09:58
NORTH BALTIMORE - The soup pots were simmering and competitive juices were flowing at Briar Hill Health Campus last month when the campus hosted their second annual Family Night Soup Cook-off.
Residents and family members tasted a variety of soups including Chicken Tortilla Chowder, Ham and Bean with Potato, White Chicken Chili, Steak Soup, Multiple Bean with Bacon, Vegetable Beef, and Beef and Noodles.
Residents spent the day cooking their own entries of white chicken chili and beef with noodles soups.
Event judges were Mark Detamore, Russell Bretz and Sandy Clevenger. The soups were judged on originality and creativity, overall heartiness/thickness, taste, and whether the soup was considered to be restaurant-quality. Sandy Blausey's Chicken Tortilla Chowder won the top prize.
While the judges were busy judging, the residents had the chance to try all the entries themselves. And, while they had their favorites, they remained impartial while the judges determined who would win top honors.
Briar Hill offers independent and assisted living, skilled nursing and rehabilitative services. To learn more visit www.briarhillhc.com or call (419) 257-2421.

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