Hotdish Revolution! competition hits the Holland neighborhood on April 30

The seventh annual Hotdish Revolution! competition comes to the Grace Center on April 30. A fundraiser for the Holland Neighborhood Improvement Association, the event is a gleeful contest for hotdish makers and aficionados, as celebrity judges decide who will reign supreme in a number of casserole categories. After the winners are chosen, everyone gets to sample the offerings against a backdrop of music and general revelry.

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This year's categories are spicy, quintessential, I Made It Myself (for kids 15 and under), tater tot, and Jell-O. Those vying for the title should bring an 11-by-13-inch pan of goodness to the Grace Center (the old Holland Elementary School) between 4 and 4:30 p.m. on game day. At 5 p.m. doors open to the general hotdish hoi polloi.

Those showing off their finest recipes (whether you win or lose) get $5 off entry into the party, which features music by local Irish folk band the Jolly Groggers and drinks from Grumpy's and Central Avenue Liquors. The Hollanders will even raffle off donated items. All ages are welcome, with $15 admission for adults, $10 for head-to-head hotdish competitors, $5 for kids four to 10, and free admission for tykes under four.

Hotdish Revolution!
1500 Sixth St. N.E., Minneapolis
612.781.2299 (Holland Neighborhood Improvement Association office)

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