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Rosarito Seafood Competition

Rosarito Seafood Competition To Sizzle July 13

ROSARITO BEACH, BAJA CALIFORNIA--- The Twentieth Fish and Seafood Fair and Competition, “La Feria del Pescado, el Marisco by la Bebida Tropical,” is shaping up to become Baja’s live version of the popular food television program, Iron Chef.

            Admission is free and food samples start at only $2 ( US ); the competition will take place on Sunday, July 13, 1 pm to 6 pm. Parking is free with validation and everyone is welcome.

            Hosted by the Rosarito Beach Hotel and held in their oceanfront gardens, it promises to be a fun-filled and exciting event for the whole family all part of the annual International Seafood Fair.

            “This is the perfect Rosarito event, combining sun, sea and great seafood,” said Rosarito Beach Convention and Visitors Bureau President Laura Wong. “That’s why it’s so popular every year.”

            The best restaurants in the region will feature their top chefs who be competing to win first place for the best seafood/shellfish dish. This year’s competition will allow the contestants to bring their own ingredients rather than the organizers of the event supplying them with a “surprise” list of ingredients to cook from.

            This will definitely “heat up” the competition as each chef will be an expert in preparing his or her own dish.

            The first place dish will be judged for creativity, preparation and timing, taste, and presentation, all combining to determine who will be the “Iron Chef” of Rosarito Beach . Those who love to cook will enjoy this exciting competition that will pit chef against chef in a “cook-off” against the clock or “Kamikaze Cooking” at its best.

            In addition to the competition there will be a folkloric dance presentation with Caribbean dances and live music.


For more information go to www.rosarito.org

Posted: Thursday, July 3, 2008 12:10 PM by Herb Kinsey


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