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The weather couldn't have been more welcoming to the sold-out crowd of 500 samplers and chefs who turned out Sunday for Saint Arnold's 2012 One Pot Showdown.

Forty seven teams began cooking at 9 a.m.; each team was required to use at least one Saint Arnold beer in their recipes, which had to be prepared in only one pot and for which nothing could be prepared in advance. (Such rigorous rules made the creation of say, Hungry Birds' deviled eggs, made with Saint Arnold Santo, all the more impressive and delicious.)

Judges (including this lucky lady) divided into teams, with each group sampling the wares of a 10-booth block. I was a rookie, but the vets all agreed that the job's gotten tougher each year as the entries get better and better. Once finalists were selected, I joined with Ben Fullelove of Petrol Station, KPRC Channel 2's Courtney Zavala, the Houston Press' Katharine Shilcutt, the Chron's Ronnie Crocker and the Sugar Hooker, Rebecca Masson, in the war room to narrow it down to a top three.


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