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KNON’s 16th Annual Gumbo Throwdown Feb 26

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Release your inner Cajun this weekend at Poor David’s Pub located on Lamar in Dallas Sunday, February 26th where KNON will host an evening of  fun New Orleans style. Look for one hell of a gumbo competition with some pretty terrific chefs turning out their best. Continue reading

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KNON 14th Annual Mardi Gras Gumbo Party March 15th

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Release your inner Cajun this weekend at Poor David’s Pub located on Lamar in Dallas Sunday, February 15th were KNON will host an evening of  fun New Orleans style. Look for one hell of a gumbo competition with some pretty terrific chefs turning out their best. There will be plenty of live music, as you would expect with a KNON event.  Mark your calendar, the fun starts at 5pm.

If you are a chef and wish to compete, there are a few open sots still available. Contact David Pippin at dlpipp@gmail.com.

 

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KNON Chili Cook Off This Sunday!

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The very first KNON Chili Cookoff and Concert is Sunday April 13th at Sons of Herman Hall. The cookoff is a Terlingua qualifying event! Performing will be Hash Brown’s Blues Band, Mike Stinson, and Houston Marchman! Doors open at 3pm and music at 4pm. Purchase tickets online. All tickets purchased online will be at the door on the day of the cookoff.  Entry is $10.  Continue reading

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Scenes From KNON Gumbo Competition

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You know it is time to celebrate Mardi Gras when the Kings of Gumbo show up with their finest as they did last Sunday at Poor David’s Pub for the 13th Annual KNON Gumbo Competition. Sunday was the beginning of the cold snap, but a celebrated crowd of folks showed up, spoon in hand, for a taste of New Orleans.

The event was coordinated by David Pippin who has a pulse on the chefs in Dallas. You might recognize him as the chief behind the State Fair’s chef demonstrations.    Continue reading

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