A clash of congressional cuisine
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It was a clash of the congressional cuisine Wednesday night at the March of Dimes Gourmet Gala as House members and senators battled for votes for their homemade dishes.

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Thirty-eight members of Congress participated in the annual event at the National Building Museum, serving up hors d’oeuvres based on their recipes.

So who whipped up some award-winning dishes?

Sen. Roy BluntRoy Dean BluntGOP debates tax cuts vs. tax reform Five tough decisions for the GOP on healthcare Lacking White House plan, Senate focuses on infrastructure MORE (R-Mo.) and his wife, Abby, took home the Best Presentation Award for their stuffed artichoke bottoms with red pepper coulis, while Sen. Saxby ChamblissSaxby ChamblissFormer GOP senator: Let Dems engage on healthcare bill OPINION: Left-wing politics will be the demise of the Democratic Party GOP hopefuls crowd Georgia special race MORE (R-Ga.) and wife Julianne were given the Health and Happiness Award for their Sea Island shrimp.

Other award winners included: Sen. Jim RischJim RischOvernight Cybersecurity: Mueller impanels grand jury in Russia probe | Researcher who helped stop WannaCry attack detained | Audit finds OPM systems still at risk Overnight Finance: Trump signs Russia sanctions bill, rips Congress | Trump plan would cut legal immigration | Senate confirms labor board pick | House Budget chair running for governor | Regulator takes step to change 'Volcker Rule' Committee leaders: Tax reform should benefit small businesses MORE (R-Idaho) and Vicki Risch for their Idaho potato lollipops, Sen. Pat Toomey (R-Pa.) and Kris Toomey snagged the Easiest Preparation Award for their baked honey raisin brie, Rep. Ted YohoTed YohoSavings through success in foreign assistance GOP rep: I would have met with Russians for opposition research The Hill's 12:30 Report MORE (R-Fla.) and his wife walked away with the Best in Show Award for their Tony’s chowder, and Rep. Filemon Vela (D-Texas) and Rose Vela won the People’s Choice Award for their tacos de Chamorro.

Recipes for all of the dishes from the congressional chefs can be found on the March of Dimes website.

The 32nd annual Gourmet Gala raised more than $900,000 for the March of Dimes’ mission of preventing premature birth, birth defects, and infant mortality.

The Hill served as a media sponsor of the event.