Café Sparrow of Aptos won the Commercial Division of the “It’s All in the Sauce” contest at the 5th Annual Testicle Festival held last weekend at Estrada Deer Camp in Watsonville.
The Rocky Mountain Oysters were served as hors d’ oeuvres and the sauces were enjoyed and judged by the crowd attending. A full chicken barbeque was served for dinner, with s’mores made around the campfire for dessert.
This was the first year there was a commercial division in the contest. Shadowbrook Restaurant of Capitola was the runner-up.
In the Amateur Division, Sue King of Watsonville won first place and Lance Greig of San Juan Bautista took runner-up.
All of the entries had creative names for the title of their sauces, and the award for the Best Name went to Annie Hines of Santa Cruz.
The Annual Horseshoe contest was won by the team of Stuart Yamamoto and Aaron Magenheim.
The event also included a raffle, live and silent auction.