Monday, December 12, 2005

3rd Annual Chili Cook-off set for Saturday, January 21, 2006

John and Linda Novosel will be hosting our 3rd annual chili cook-off on Saturday, January 21, 2006. The event will be held at the Shipwreck Brewing Company Brewhaus in Lewes, starting at 5pm.
Bring your best chili to be judged by all present in a blind tasting. Bring your chili in a crock pot (if possible), though there is now a 4-burner cooktop in the Brewhaus if you don't have one available. There will be plenty of Shipwreck beer and wine on hand, but feel free to bring along your latest creation or whatever goes good with chili...in your opinion.
As always, I'll be sending out an email about the event to everyone on the club list, as well as the folks who signed up/showed up at the event at Fordham Brewery. That message will detail directions to the Shipwreck Brewing Company, as well as the telephone number there. If you have any questions or would like to let us know you are coming, simply post a comment to this message. Happy Holidays Everyone.

Peace-Out!
Dead Terry

6 comments:

MikeT said...

Looks like Ann Marie and I will be there. I lined up babysitters last week.

I've been working on a new recipe and it's ready for a challenge.

Dead Terry said...

Jess & I will be there (and for once, I'm not on call.....better have lots of beer). We'll have chili....that's about the best I can say. We need to add a rule for this year...no voting for your own chili. Let's level the playing field....sorry, I was thinking I was the Commish of the chili cook-off. Everyone gets to rename the chili that scores just below them.....
DT

MikeT said...

Hummm... Do I see Nut Sack Chili in someone's future?

Anonymous said...

Pooh pooh gravy??

J. and Kitty said...

Jon (J.) will definitely be there. I'm not sure if I will be, I am a bit under the weather right now.

Anonymous said...

Good to see you guys still doing the brew.
I would like to be a part of the club again but the meeting night conflicts with a meeting I all ready attend.
I see Joe Gannon every once in awhile.
I have a couple lagers brewing now
a mexican pilsner an Michalob.

Glad to see the web site
Shane Taylor