There was such a great response from people across Utah that it took Sun Ovens International a little longer than anticipated to compile all of the entries and randomly select the winners. We had a total of 442 entries divided among 58 participants.
Entries were received from all across Utah, including Logan, Ogden, Syracuse, Farmington, Salt Lake City, South Jordan, Lehi, Orem, Provo, Delta, Moab, Ivins, Hurricane, Cedar City and St. George.
Foods included quesidillas, a whole chicken, stews, steamed vegetables, muffins, cakes, granola, rice, mac & cheese, stuffed onions and potatoes, to name a few.
We congratulate everyone who entered the competition and thank you for taking action to reduce the cooking carbon footprint in Utah. Now, let's list the winners of the first ever Solar Cooking Challenge.
Paula Childs from Salt Lake City wins a Sun Oven
Carson King from Provo wins a Sun Oven
Susan King from Provo wins the pots and pans
Dawndra Mills from Syracuse wins the pots and pans
Genine Fulcher from Lehi wins the pots and pans
Leland Smith from Orem wins the SUNdays cookbook
Karen Taylor from St. George wins the SUNdays cookbook
Jordan McCullum from Orem wins the SUNdays cookbook
Linda Walker from South Jordan wins the SUNdays cookbook
Rebecca Middleton from Lehi wins the SUNdays cookbook
Again, congrats to everyone who entered.