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Island Time hosts International Cook-off

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Saga Humane Society March Cook-Off was held on Wednesday, March 10th at Island Time Beach Bar. For a contribution of $15, patrons sampled a variety of dishes under the theme of “International Cuisine”. There was a total of ten entries in the cook-off with all the proceeds of the fundraising event going to Saga’s Spay/Neuter Initiative Program (SNIP) Campaign.10 March Cook-Off (1)
Food entries included Ruth Verralls’ English Cottage Pie, Vivian and Kevin Smith’s American ham and beans, Ray’s Big Dog’s Italian Mama Ray’s sausage and peppers, Licks Beachside Café’s Thai style curry chicken and rice, Rosa La Rosa’s spaghetti bolognese, Island Time beach Bar’s English fish & chips, Wolfgang Wind’s Swiss roasted potatoes, Lisa Morely’s stuffed Italian meatballs, Jennifer Grindell’s Italian Seafood Manicotti and Joanne Frey’s chicken fried rice.10 March Cook-Off (2)
After indulging in their plate of samples, patrons had to vote on their best dish. First place went Lick’s Beachside Café for their Thai style chicken and rice. Ray’s Big Dog captured second place with their Italian Mama Ray’s sausage and peppers. Third place was a tie between Island Time’s English fish & chips and Lisa Morely’s stuffed Italian Meatballs.10 March Cook-Off (3)
Saga Humane Society would like to give a huge thanks to Island Time for hosting the event, as well as all the volunteers: Kevin and Heather Smith, Hayley Baer, Iliana Paj, Dawn LoCascio, Katia Marin and Sandie Betz-Eisenberg. Big thanks also go out to event sponsors: Sandy Rigby, SandBar, Ray’s Big Dog, Moncho’s Cart Rentals and Black Orchid. And last but not least, a big thanks to all supporters who attend the cook off fundraisers.

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