Making dips delicious

A “dip-off” was hosted by the Bishop VFW Saturday afternoon at the Post’s hall to challenge local gourmets to showcase their signature dips for a chance to win recognition and prizes. Krissy Stine, center, organized the first of what is to become an annual competition. Pictured with Stine are the 2021 winners, from left, Alan Peshek, winner of the People’s ChoiceJen award for a Caribbean carrot based habanero dip; Taylor Currie, winner of best creamy dip for her dill cucumber dip; Sara Freundt, winner for the best guacamole dip; Tricia Weatherford, winner for the best salsa with a mango peach salsa; and Caroline Nott, winner for best cheese dip. Stine extended her thanks to Dennis and Sara Freundt, owners of Bishop Grocery Outlet, for donating chips, crackers, plates and utensils; and Jen McGuire, CEO of the Eastern Sierra Tri-County Fairgrounds for donating Winona Judd, Monster Truck and Destruction Derby tickets for prizes.

A “dip-off” was hosted by the Bishop VFW Saturday afternoon at the Post’s hall to challenge local gourmets to showcase their signature dips for a chance to win recognition and prizes. Krissy Stine, center, organized the first of what is to become an annual competition. Pictured with Stine are the 2021 winners, from left, Alan Peshek, winner of the People’s ChoiceJen award for a Caribbean carrot based habanero dip; Taylor Currie, winner of best creamy dip for her dill cucumber dip; Sara Freundt, winner for the best guacamole dip; Tricia Weatherford, winner for the best salsa with a mango peach salsa; and Caroline Nott, winner for best cheese dip. Stine extended her thanks to Dennis and Sara Freundt, owners of Bishop Grocery Outlet, for donating chips, crackers, plates and utensils; and Jen McGuire, CEO of the Eastern Sierra Tri-County Fairgrounds for donating Winona Judd, Monster Truck and Destruction Derby tickets for prizes.

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