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Vote: Chef Ryan Clark’s Recipe in Hometown Breakfast Battle

Vote: Chef Ryan Clark’s Recipe in Hometown Breakfast Battle

Hometown Breakfast Battle - Vote for Ryan Clark
Hometown Breakfast Battle – Vote for Ryan Clark

Tucson Chef Ryan Clark Competes in Breakfast Battle

Let’s all vote for Tucson Chef Ryan Clark from Agustin Kitchen in the Thomas English Muffins Breakfast Battle. Plus his recipe is damn good!

From the press release

Tucson, Ariz—-135 chefs. 135 cities. It’s the largest national chef competition of its kind, and Chef Ryan Clark from Agustin Kitchen was invited by Thomas Brands to represent Tucson by creating a locally inspired recipe using Thomas English Muffins. His Southwestern Thomas ’Original English Muffin Frittata is an easy to make, delectable recipe specially designed for the home cook. Chef Clark hopes that his Tucson followers will help him take the grand prize in this prestigious competition.

It’s all part of the Hometown Breakfast Battle – a national chef recipe competition featuring 135 chefs from across the country who will battle it out to create America’s best breakfast in honor of the 135th Anniversary of the Thomas’ brand.

Voting began on Monday, September 14. Chef Clark’s Tucson fans have just two weeks, through September 27th, to vote online in the first round .

The top 16 chefs that have received the most votes will then move onto the second round. Four more rounds over the course of four weeks will yield eight winners, then four, then two, before the chef with the most votes will be crowned “Thomas’ Hometown Breakfast Battle Grand Champion,” also winning the grand prize of $25,000.

Consumers can vote three times daily in round one, and once daily in subsequent rounds. Voters will also be automatically entered into a random drawing to win free Thomas’ products each day and the consumer grand prize of $10,000 at the end of the contest.

“While we will have one winning chef at the end of Thomas’ Hometown Breakfast Battle, the real winners here are the consumers who will have access to 135 breakfast recipes from some of our country’s most beloved chefs,” said Jon Silvon, Senior Category Director, Breakfast Portfolio, Thomas’ Breads. “After 135 years, consumers will be offered 135 new ways to eat Thomas’ iconic English Muffins and Bagels, as these cooking pros showcase how easy and fun it is to add some local flair and approachability to your morning menu, using our products as the main ingredient.”

Thomas’ Breads dates back to 1880 when Samuel Bath Thomas created his original English Muffin in New York City using a secret process that included griddle baking to create a muffin filled with Nooks and Crannies goodness. The company later added bagels to its breakfast offerings. Today, the Thomas’ English Muffin is the #1 selling English Muffin and a favorite breakfast product in America. For a full list of Thomas’ products and where to buy them, visit the website for more info .

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