It’s a borscht cook-off!

Your Dollar Store With More is hosting the 1st annual Grand Forks Borscht Cook-off on Saturday, Sept. 12.

Borscht

Your Dollar Store With More is hosting the 1st annual Grand Forks Borscht Cook-off on Saturday, Sept. 12 from 1-3 p.m. Applications are now being accepted for judges. Five random judges will be drawn.

There are four categories with five randomly selected entries per category: business, personal (home cook), multinational and junior (14 and under).

To enter visit Your Dollar Store’s Facebook page or email yds180@telus.net or fax 250-442-3307. You can also pick up an entry at the store.

Prizes include first prize ribbons for each category plus a $20 gift certificate. First prize overall gets a $100 gift certificate.

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