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West Volusia heats things up at Chili Cookoff
DeLeon Springs resident wins Greatest Bowl of Chili
posted Oct 13, 2008 - 2:30:49pm
DeLand residents place in Chili Appreciation Society International Showmanship, Open Chili, Open Showmanship, and Rotary Chili Pot for Charity categories.
These are the winners of the Great Bowls of Fire Chili Cookoff.
Greatest Bowl of Chili — Decided by public vote
Hanz Brady — Louisiana Heat — DeLeon Springs
Rotary Chili Pot Challenge for Charity
First place went to the Rotary Club of DeLand (Noontime Rotary), which collected the most money in its chili pot, $541.36. The money will be split among the West Volusia Historical Society, MainStreet DeLand and the Rotary Club, for the charity of its choice.
1st — Christy Krueger and Shari Hazelton (Anasazi Chili Co.), DeLand
2nd — Hanz Brady — Louisiana Heat — DeLeon Springs
3rd — Sandy Adams (The Chili Dawgs) — Good Ole Chili — DeLand
1st — John Poage, (Bright House Networks) — Cattle Cracker Red — Palm Coast
2nd — Lisa Seal (Oakwood Gardens) — Sneaky Chili — DeLand
3rd — John Soety — Extra Super Tasty Chili — DeLand
Chili Appreciation Society International Showmanship:
1st — Jimmy L. Maturo — Silver Wings I — Niceville
2nd — Tom Newbury (Kermit's Key West Key Lime Shop) — Hurricane Heat — DeLand
3rd — John Soety — Chili Caliente con Limon — DeLand
For more information:
Great Bowls of Fire Chili Cookoff, visit www.greatbowlsofchilicookoff.com
About the Chili Appreciation Society International (CASI), visit www.chili.org
About the West Volusia Historical Society, visit www.delandhouse.com
About the MainStreet DeLand Association, visit www.mainstreetdeland.com
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