Therea??s Something Fishy About This Political Consultanta??s Side Hustle

DALLAS, Texas, Jan. 03, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- By day, Josh Cooper works as a Tahallasse-based political consultant. But in his spare time, Cooper is an aspiring culinary competitor a?? one who just cashed in on a liberal approach to an otherwise conservative nature.A self-described home cook, Cooper just became the 2019 World Seafood Champion at the 8th Annual World Food Championships (WFC) in Dallas, Texas. His a??Pan-Seared Scallops with Caviar Champagne Beurre Blanca?? netted $10,000 in cash and a coveted spot at WFCa??s $100,000 Final Table Challenge in May of 2020.A In his professional life, Cooper advises conservative candidates on how to win elections. But by night, hea??s been dabbling in culinary competitions since a??getting hookeda?? with a frienda??s competitive barbecue team. From there, the Florida cook fell in love with cooking and has dived headfirst into some of the biggest culinary competitions around.A a??Our team went to Memphis in May, and thata??s where I fell in love with Food Sport,a?? said Cooper. a??From there, I immersed myself with the cooking culture and constantly watched YouTube cooking videos or read cookbooks to get new ideas for recipes.a??Ever since, Cooper has achieved great success by racking up numerous culinary accolades. His barbecue team has finished first place in three different categories at the Memphis in May Barbecue Cooking Contest, among receiving many other first-place wins. Cooper, himself, appeared on Season 8 of Foxa??s Masterchef and has also been featured on the Food Network and Travel Channel. Additionally, Cooper serves as the culinary contributor for Influence Magazine.A 
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