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Josh Cooper stirs butter as he works on making a sugar cream pie creation during the filming of World Food Championships, at Ivy Tech Community College, Indianapolis, Sunday, Aug. 9, 2020. This final round of the weekend’s competition pits three cooks in a sugar cream pie contest.  (Photo: Robert Scheer/The Indianapolis Star)

World Seafood Champion, Josh Cooper recently competed in the World Food Championships (WFC) final culinary gauntlet in Indianapolis, Indiana, where nine other champions navigated three cooking challenges in their quest to earn the biggest title in Food Sport, along with a $100,000 grand prize.

Now, for the first time, foodies across the nation will be able to watch the intense, tournament-style elimination process –– known as “Final Table: Indy” –– unfold as The Cooking Channel reveals who the $100,000 winner is on Oct. 3 at 1