Do you have an award winning chili recipe? Here’s your chance to prove it! The Winston-Salem Jaycees are holding a chili cook-off competition for a great cause — The Boys and Girl’s Home of NC at Lake Waccamaw. 100% of the proceeds will be donated to this State Priority Project.
The event will take place on Sunday, January 29th, 2017 from 2:00pm — 4:00pm at Carlisle’s Pub (1314 S Hawthorne Rd, Winston-Salem, NC 27103).
To battle it out and become the Chili Chef Champion, entries are $8.00 each. The 4 categories are:
- and Best Overall!
Each culinary competitor will be asked to submit a photo of them cooking for the website and Facebook event pages. You will also be asked to provide a list of ingredients, so that tasters will be aware if there are any allergy concerns. We will award certificates to the 3 categories winners and then the “best overall” chili will be named the Grand Chili Chef Champion! The competition is open to the public. Amateur and Professional Chefs both are encouraged to participate!
If you aren’t a cook, but love chili, we need you to be our judges! Tasters will receive a tasting cup and a spoon for a recommended donation of $10.00. Once you have tasted all of the wonderful creations, you can cast your ballot for your favorite chili. For those with a sweet tooth, there will also be desserts for sale.
Want to participate?
To ensure there is adequate space, Chili Cook-off Competitors please purchase tickets in advance using PayPal below.
If you cannot purchase tickets in advance but still want to compete please email Brittani Swinford at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a spot.
Chili Cook-off Tasters can also purchase tickets in advance below or on the day of the event.
2017 Competition winners –
Best Vegetarian – Beth Kerr | Most Spicy – Caitlin Weaver
Most Unique = Shay Wilsom | Best Overall = Brittani Swinford
(Note – there was not a vegetarian option, so #8 won on having the best use of veggies )