Veggie Madness : The Final Four

We’ve been remiss about getting these out…but like, this Holy Week and Easter thing happened, and we’re church musicians.


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Leafy Region Champion: Brussels Sprouts
Road to the Final Four:
Defeated Mustard Greens, Spinach, Arugula, and Mixed Salad Greens.

Root Region Champion: Garlic
Road to the Final Four:
Defeated Ginger, Yellow Beets, Sweet Potatoes, and Carrots.

Fruit Region Champion: Corn
Road to the Final Four:
Defeated Peas, Summer Squash, Avocados, and Heirloom Tomatoes.

Stalk Region Champion: Leeks
Road to the Final Four:
Defeated Artichokes, Cauliflower, Chard, and Broccoli.

Arbitrarily, we’re pairing Leafy with Root, and Fruit with Stalk. Also, might be most interesting for our Seattle-based friends, but we are thinking of hosting an Iron Chef-style party while we’re up in Seattle with the winner of this being the theme ingredient.

Semi-Final 1 : Brussels Sprouts vs. Garlic
Seeding aside, both of these vegetables powered through their respective regions and your comments made these look like favorites right from the start.

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Semi-Final 2 : Corn vs. Leeks
This one is more like the Butler/VCU semifinal. They’re good vegetables, but I think a little surprising based on the earlier voting patterns. Both eked through their regional final matchup over vegetables that had previously looked strong.

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Which veggie will reign supreme?

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