Culture Feb 07, 2011
Competition heats up at inferno’s first Soup-Off
A record nine inferno chefs battled it out in the first Soup-Off competition on Groundhog Day. Staffers gathered near the creative conference room to sample a wide array of cold-weather fare. Once the ballots were tallied, Liz Cunningham’s crab and corn chowder reigned supreme with Ryan Knoll’s white chicken chili and Brian Earwood’s Italian wedding soup a close second and third, respectively. But everyone agreed that all nine entries were just souper.