(Neb.)- Super Chili Bowl To Take Place November 16
CHADRON, Neb. -- Fans and alumni of Chadron State College and Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference rival Colorado School of Mines will have an opportunity to showcase their culinary talents on November 16 at the Super Chili Bowl chili cookoff, which the alums intend to make into an annual tradition.
Aspiring chefs will compete for a monetary prize and an individual trophy, as well as bragging rights for their school, by concocting their best recipes for chili, and guest judges will decide who is crowned the chili champion, starting at 9 a.m. on the 16th, before the Colorado School of Mines Orediggers take the football field against the Eagles.
Additionally, after judging takes place, from 9 a.m. to 9:30, guests will be able to partake of the offerings for $10, which includes one beer or beverage of choice, as well as unlimited chili bowls. Aviands, CSC's campus food service provider, will supplement the chili and provide fixings.
The CSC athletics department will use this year's chili cookoff to measure the interest in hosting the event at future CSC games versus CSM, and will try to build the event into a tradition that passes back and forth between schools every year.
Cooks wishing to take part in the festivities will need to register for $20 with Kaitlyn Adams at 308-432-7005 by Monday, November 11. They will need to provide a crockpot of their favorite chili, heated to serving temperature by 9 a.m. the day of the event, as well as a serving ladle. Electric outlets will be provided, and Aviands will take care of utensils and bowls.
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