After four years of hosting a rib cook-off, Shannon Dougherty and Liz Petersen of A Full Plate Café have decided to host a chili cook-off (don't worry, the rib cook-off will go down this year at a later date) Saturday, June 11 from noon to 3pm at Liberty Lands Park.I am so stoked for this. I assume it's BYOB (bring your own Beano). Oh man, this is gonna be awesome!
First, second, and "peoples' choice" prizes for both amateur and professional teams will be awarded in three categories of chili: red, white, and vegan.
If you think you've got a killer chili recipe and want to prove it, you'll need to pony up $25 to compete, and get an application in by Friday, June 3 at 4pm. To view the official rules and application form, visit A Full Plate's Chili Cook-off Facebook event page, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Just want to eat chili? Come ready to rumble at high noon! Admission is $12 for adults and kids over 12, $6 for kids (5 and under are free), and allows all-you-can-eat samples of chili, and, of course, the always awesome A Full Plate buffet of veggie sides.
June 2, 2011
I'm excited to announce that I will be a judge at A Full Plate Café's First Annual Chili Cook-Off on Saturday, June 11th. Here are the details reposted from local food blog Mac and Cheese, whose creator Taylor will be co-judging the event as well: