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Chili Cook-off


Because of a stupid little football game, the February meeting will be on Saturday February 6, but the Annual Chili Cook-off will go ahead as scheduled.  Please post here or e-mail the Burgermeister of your intention to enter a chili.  Please plan to arrive about noon to start heating the chilis.  

The Maltose Falcons Annual Chili Cook Off Rules are: 

1) Only paid up Maltose Falcons members and their immediate family members are allowed to participate in the chili cook off.

2) You must bring enough chili to serve a four ounce sample to 35-40 people, about a gallon and a half to two gallons.

3) You must provide your own method of keeping the chili warm: crock pots, hot plates, steam table and the like. No open fires please.

4) All contestants must provide the Burgermeister with a copy of your chili recipe. If you do win first second or third place , your name, recipe and possibly your likeness will be published in the March Issue of the Brews and News.

5) At all times , the identity of your chili must be kept from the judges. Only numbered sample cups will be used to dispense the chili to the judges. Keep in mind, there will not be any schmoozing allowed in the back where the chili is being heated in order to
keep a fair atmosphere with no favoritism.

6) All sides must be served in dishes provided by contestants.  Sides can include, saltine crackers, beans, rice, pasta, grated cheese, chopped onion, chopped chili, chopped cilantro, sour cream and anything you like to top off your chili with. Please be mindful of the space you will take up.

7) Anything goes when it comes to the style of chili you make. Just remember to have fun and come prepared! 

Please note that we have some people in the club who are sensitive to nuts so please be sure you include "EVERY" ingredient in your recipe. We don't want anyone to get sick.

Have fun and good luck.







Reenie's picture

I had planned to bring a propane Coleman camping stove for heating. I see you said no open flames, but would find this better to use as I would

venture there is limited plug-in space for a hot plate. Please let me know.

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