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Bishop’s Commons Food Service Team Will Help Warm Up Oswego This Weekend

The Food Service team from Bishop’s Commons at St. Luke, led by director Stacia Steinbach, will be adding a little spice to the Warm Up Oswego Festival this weekend when they enter their favorite recipe in the Chili Cook-Off competition taking place on Saturday.

Things are heating up – just in time for the Warm Up Oswego Festival. The food service staff at Bishop’s Commons at St. Luke (left to right) of Stacia Steinbach and Bev Petrie, put what they hope will be the award-winning batch of chili together for this year’s Chili Cook-Off, a part of the festival. The event features family-friendly activities indoors and outdoors in downtown Oswego, culminating with a fireworks display by Pyrotecnico, over the Oswego River behind the YMCA beginning at 6 p.m.
Things are heating up – just in time for the Warm Up Oswego Festival. The food service staff at Bishop’s Commons at St. Luke (left to right) of Stacia Steinbach and Bev Petrie, put what they hope will be the award-winning batch of chili together for this year’s Chili Cook-Off, a part of the festival. The event features family-friendly activities indoors and outdoors in downtown Oswego, culminating with a fireworks display by Pyrotecnico, over the Oswego River behind the YMCA beginning at 6 p.m.

The Chili Cook-Off will be held from 1 – 3 p.m. at King Arthur’s Suites in downtown Oswego and is one of the many activities taking place as part of the 10th annual event.

Competitors will hope that their batch of chili will receive the most votes and be crowned the “best around” – which will mean bragging rights for at least a year.

While Steinbach won’t divulge all of the ingredients going into her batch that she hopes will make the Bishop’s Commons chili entry an award winner, she did say she it might include plenty of peppers for a little heat!

For more information about all the fun planned for the Warm Up Oswego Festival taking place this Saturday go to www.warmuposwegofestival.com