Wyoming Catholic College chef wins Jackson chili cook off

(Jackson, Wyo.) – Wyoming Catholic College’s Executive Chef and Dining Services Director, Bruce Liu, won the 12th Annual Jackson Hole High Noon Chili Cook Off on Sunday, May 18th.

The Chili Cook Off concluded Jackson’s 47th Annual Boy Scouts of America Elkfest and Elk Antler Auction to raise money for the National Elk Refuge and the Boy Scouts. Bruce finished first in both the judge’s vote and the people’s choice for the Organization, Business, and Individual category.

After growing up in Taiwan, Mr. Liu has found his home here in Wyoming where he spends much of his free time atop his horse and has learned to make a mean bowl of chili. Mr. Liu heads up the Dining Services for the College through A’viands Food Service. Three meals a day are provided for all students attending Wyoming Catholic College. The College’s food service also serves as a catering company throughout Fremont County.

Wyoming Catholic College’s Vice President for Advancement Matthew Brasmer said, “Bruce’s recipe was the perfect combination of savory with a bit of heat and a touch of sweet!”

–Provided by Wyoming Catholic College