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Scubadillo Chili Cook Off
November 13, 2021 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Back by Popular Demand: Our Annual Dillo Chili Cook-off!
Show off your cooking skills or bring a side and join the fun at our annual Dillo Chili Cook-off. It’s THIS SATURDAY, Nov. 13, 1 to 5 p.m. at LMK Ranch in Princeton. Larry and Pam are terrific hosts!
Cost: Free to members, $10 for non-members
We’ll have the water. Please bring a reusable drinking glass. BYO bevs, coolers and lawn chairs.
We’re doing this at Larry and Pam’s house – LMK Ranch – in Princeton, 9195 Lakeridge Drive. Worth the drive to the country! Lots of room, plenty of electrical outlets, overhead cover. Plus, we can build a campfire to stay toasty warm. There’s plenty of parking. Please park on Lakeridge Drive so we don’t unintentionally tear up their lawn.
IMPORTANT NOTE re: Nav to the location. Do not turn on County Road 728. You’ll end up in the back of the pasture. Lakeridge Drive is one block East of 728.
RSVP BY THURSDAY, NOV. 11
USE THIS SPREADSHEET
Let us know:
If you are coming and number of guests (so we’ll have enough plates, etc.)
If you are bringing chili
What side dish you are bringing. Whether it’s an appetizer, cornbread, chips, veggies or dessert. If you are bringing chili, your side dish is OPTIONAL.
CONTEST DETAILS, RULES
Contestants: Your chili must be pre-cooked and in a crock pot. Arrive early (1-1:30) to ensure your chili gets thoroughly warmed up by judging time.
Timing: The event is 1 to 5 p.m. JUDGING starts at 3 p.m.
Everyone: Be prepared to taste-test all the varieties. All attendees will have a say in voting for BEST chili.
Prizes: 1st, 2nd and 3rd place prizes will be awarded for best chili.
ANY OTHER QUESTIONS?
Please email Larry Kouba. He’s the chili coordinator. For anything else, email Mona Valentine.
Please remember to:
Bring all your needed stuff if you’re one of the chili competitors. (We have bowls, spoons, etc.)
Park on the street and walk to the house. If you have chili and heavy stuff, drive it in, then go back out to park on the street.
Bring your reusable drinking container for water. No bottled water, no excess plastic.
Bring a camp chair.