The Colorado Competitors of Thomas’ Hometown Breakfast Battle
The Colorado chefs will battle it out to create America's best breakfast in honor of the 135th anniversary of the Thomas' brand. Cast your vote!
With 135 chefs from 135 cities, Thomas’ Hometown Breakfast Battle is the largest national chef competition of its kind, and four of Colorado’s chefs are hoping that their recipes have what it takes to be named the winner and receive a grand prize of $25,000.
Competing from our home state are:
Chef Matt Selby from Central Bistro + Bar in Denver, who created a Smoked Brisket and Thomas' English Muffin:
Matt Selby's recipe
Chef David Roth from Peach's Corner Café in Aspen, whose recipe is The Open Face:
David Roth's recipe
Chef Brother Luck from Brother Luck Street Eats in Colorado Springs, who submitted a Thomas’ Bagel and Duck Panini:
Brother Luck's recipe
Chef David Baudier from Merle's Restaurant in Littleton, who made a South Western Benedict:
David Baudier's recipe
The 135 chefs will battle it out to create America's best breakfast in honor of the 135th anniversary of the Thomas' brand. Each chef utilized Thomas' English Muffins or Bagels to showcase how easy it is to add some local flair and approachability to breakfast – a meal that has surged in popularity and creativity in recent years.
Colorado fans have through this Sunday, Sept. 27 to vote online at www.ThomasBreakfastBattle.com to ensure their hometown makes it into the next round of competition that narrows the pool from 135 to the top 16. As an added incentive, every single vote cast serves as an entry for the $10,000 grand prize and a chance to win free Thomas' products. Fans are able to vote three times per day for the first round and once daily for the remaining rounds, which conclude on Oct. 25.
Vote here: www.ThomasBreakfastBattle.com
Photos courtesy of Thomas English Muffins