There’s nothing better than a good biscuit sandwich, and the newly opened Holler and Dash in Celebration definitely delivers in that department.
We were invited to a media tasting the weekend before the restaurant opened on Nov 3, and found out these aren’t your fast food biscuits. Honestly, Holler and Dash elevates what you think a biscuit sandwich should be.
After a week-long battle, a wife and husband barbecue competition team from Kansas beat more than 1,100 competitive chefs, home cooks and food sport enthusiasts for the World Food Championships title in Central Florida on November 10.
Cheryl and Loren Hill, three-time qualifiers for the World Food Championships, not only won the $100,000 grand prize, but also took home an additional $10,000 for winning the Barbeque qualifying category, as did the eight other finalists who won their qualifying category:
This last week Celebration, Florida was known as the culinary capital of the world as the World Food Championships rolled into town.
Market Street was transformed into the Kenmore Kitchen Arena as over 1100 professional and home Chefs competed in 9 culinary categories for their share of the $350,000 in prize money.
Downtown Celebration is picturesque on its own, but this weekend, the town’s Oktoberfest returns October 23 and 24.
The event kicks off Friday with a traditional German experience, featuring the sounds of Dan Witucki & Heimatland Musikanten. Then Saturday, Oktoberfest becomes Rocktoberfest with live music starting at 1pm from Off Kilter, Jordyn Kane, and The Jonnie Morgan Band.
On October 17th and 18th, Celebration Town Center transforms before your very eyes as the falling leaves of the season drop on Market Street in the Fall Festival known as Oktoberfest.
On Friday October 17th, Oktoberfest will be celebrated in the old-world German tradition featuring the sounds of Dan Witucki & Heimatland Musikanten. Come join in on the interactive live show featuring everything from yodeling to crowd sing-a-long fun. On Saturday, The Jonnie Morgan Band will entertain.
The town of Celebration, Florida will become the Pie Capital of the World on Saturday, April 26 and Sunday, April 27, 2014, when thousands of pie lovers, tasters and bakers gather together for the 13th Annual American Pie Council’s Great American Pie Festival.
Help preserve America’s pie heritage by taking part in the pie eating contests, pie baking activities, cooking demonstrations, PieCasso art, the Baker’s Square Pietopia stage with live music and entertainment, games and much more.
The highlight, as always, will be the Never-Ending Pie Buffet, featuring award-winning pie, ice cream, toppings, and beverages. Tickets to the buffet are only $10/adults and $5 for seniors 65+ and children ages 6-12, at the door.
Last weekend, friends Matthew and Cris Reed attended the Posh Pooch event in downtown Celebration, and they were kind enough to share these photos with us.
The event was free to attend, and dogs were welcome, as well. There were dog-friendly vendors, training demonstrations, and more.
Hopefully the town of Celebration will hold this event next year!
Get ready for a howling good time at Posh Pooch in the town of Celebration on Saturday, February 15.
This event will feature dog-friendly vendors, activities, and demonstrations, along with food and performances for the entire family.
Don’t have a dog? There will be several canine rescue groups in attendance that will have dogs in need of a loving home.
This free event runs from 10am to 4pm in downtown Celebration. For more info, visit celebrationtowncenter.com.