Elder Eats takes you to Port Aransas for the Texas Super Chef Throwdown Series during Beachtoberfest

10 chefs will represent Texas in World Food Championships in Dallas

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If you're looking for some family fun this fall, Beachtoberfest is happening in Port Aransas.

To kick off Beachtoberfest, David Elder, host of Elder Eats, checked out the sizzlin' success of the Texas Super Chef Throwdown Series this past weekend, featuring 10 cook-offs and 30 chefs from around Texas in a four-day event.

World Food Championships 

Ten chefs at the Texas Super Chef Throwdown Series received a golden ticket to secure their spot in the World Food Championships in Dallas on October 16-20. 

The World Food Championships will feature 500 teams and approximately $400,000 will be awarded. 

"It's the largest, craziest, baddest cooking competition on the planet," said Mike McCloud, the president and CEO of World Food Championships. "It's like the Super Bowl meets March Madness, only with a bunch of chefs." 

Upcoming Beactoberfest events

  • Jailbreak Port Aransas Obstacle Course, Sept. 27-28
    Enjoy a 5K covering 20 challenging obstacles on the sandy beaches of Port Aransas.
  • Port A Live Music Fest, Oct. 4-5
    Experience Port A’s live music scene in this two-day festival featuring six of Texas’ top bands at Port A's hottest music venues. 

For more information about Beachtoberfest, visit portaransas.org.



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