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 I Survived the Chili Cook-Off

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Michael Stern

I Survived the Chili Cook-Off Sun, 06/22/03 6:51 PM (permalink)
20 chilis + 3 judges = happy tastebuds. The Mark Twain Library Chili Cook-Off, part of the 75th anniversary celebration of the Georgetown (Connecticut) Volunteer Fire Department is over. The entries varied from classic four-alarm Texas-style to meatless and mild. The one chosen by myself and fellow judges Melanie Barnard of Bon Appetit magazine and Pat Grandjean of Connecticut magazine as the best was made by our own local pub/eatery, the Georgetown Saloon. Full review of that place to follow! "The People's Choice" award went to chili made by The Olive Market-- reviewed here at http://www.roadfood.com/Reviews/Overview.aspx?RefID=524
 
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