Chili cooks are needed Dec. 10 for a Chili Cook-Off at the Senior Citizens Center.
The contest is open to anyone who wishes to dust off their apron and whip up a crock pot full of their best chili recipe to be judged and shared with senior citizens.
At the beginning of the week, Senior Citizens Center Director Karon Weatherman sent out a request for additional cooks. At that point, only 5 had signed up to compete. Since then at least 7 others have responded their willingness to enter a crock of chili they’ve prepared at home.
The contest will feature 5 judges. The winner will not only have bragging rights for having the best chili this year as well as tokens recognizing their edible achievement.
“You will get a trophy, Certificate of Award, bragging rights and a prize from Carriage House Manor. I have 1st Place, 2nd Place, 3rd Place and 4 Honorable Mention trophies,” Weatherman said.
Anyone who would like to enter a crock pot full of chili in the Dec. 10 contest, to be judged at noon at the Senior Citizens Center, may do so by calling Weatherman at 903-885-1661.