Today, Sunday, March 29 from 1-4 pm, the Fishtown Neighbors Association is hosting their 5th annual Chili Cookoff at the Skybox at 2424 Studios (2424 York Street).
Restaurants chefs and home cooks will compete for awards including Best Restaurant Chili, Best Resident Chili, and People’s Choice Award (which can be won by either a chef or a home cook).
Some of the restaurants competing include Sancho Pistola’s, Good Spoon Soupery, Fette Sau, Cedar Point Bar & Kitchen and Dottie’s Dinette.
$15 tickets will get you two beers and unlimited chili and can be purchased here , or you can buy a $10 “chili only” pass at the door.
This Saturday at 1 pm.
In a city where every fire creates an icehouse there are only three things that are guaranteed to warm you up: chili, beer, and firefighters. Thankfully, the Winter’s Warmers Chili Cook-Off this Saturday Feb. 28th has all three.
Tickets to the event can be purchased here. They are $30, which includes all-you-can-eat chili, an event glass, and access to sample the home-brews. To actually enter the chili competition, click here. The fee to enter is $35, which includes entry, a t-shirt and glass, and the ability to buy half-priced tickets for your friends. To enter a beer in the home-brew competition, click here. The first entry is $6, and each subsequent entry is $5.
The event is located at the Philadelphia Fire Fighters & Paramedics Union (415 N. 5th Street), from 1pm-5pm. You can find more info about the Cook-off at the Philadelphia Homebrew Club web site.
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Although BigBite Philly missed an opportunity for some great wordplay (the Philli Chili bowl would have been great), we’re still pretty excited about the 6th Annual Philly Chili Bowl on Saturday, March 14.
So why are we talking about this so early? Because we love chili, that’s why. But also because they’re still taking team entries into the competition.
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On Sunday, November 9th, The Cambridge will be hosting its 3rd annual Chili Cook Off in which 14 competitors will square off to see who can make the “Best Chili in Philly.” The event starts at 2 p.m. and is free to attend.
Guests will sample all of the chilis and vote for their favorite while drinking pumpkin beers of all varieties, everything from sours to IPA.
The Cambridge [Foobooz]
Photo via HipCityVeg
Guys, chili season has officially arrived! At least at HipCityVeg: As of today, the restaurant’s über-popular vegan chili—loaded with a drool-worthy medley of quinoa, kidney beans, pinto beans, black beans, fire-roasted tomatoes and corn tortilla strips—is officially back on the menu. And in case you couldn’t tell by that description, it is basically perfection in a to-go bowl.
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The Cambridge is getting set to hold its second annual chili cook off. The event takes place on Sunday, November 10th at 3 p.m. and the South Street bar is still looking for a few more contestants who want to compete for the title, “Best Chili in Philly.”
Guests get to sample as much chili as they like and vote for their favorite. The Cambridge will also have more than ten pumpkin beers on tap.
The competition will be held in the outdoor courtyard, so dress accordingly.
Contestants may sign up by emailing their contact info to: firstname.lastname@example.org
HipCityVeg has recently added some new warm offerings for winter. New to the menu are:
Cream of Zucchini
Simple and delicious topped with crispy leeks
Organic quinoa, kidney, pinto and black beans
fire roasted tomatoes
corn tortilla strips
Dutch processed cocoa, organic soy milk
topped with a coconut whipped cream
HipCityVeg [Official Site]
Calling all lovers of chili both hot and mild: this Sunday, November 4, The Cambridge is hosting their first ever free chili cook off tasting. Fifteen local contestants will compete to earn the title of Best Chili. Guests will vote for their favorite recipes and prizes will be awarded to the top (chili) dogs.
Beginning at 2 p.m., the tasting will be accompanied with over 17 seasonal beers on tap, as well as live entertainment from Petticoat Tea Room at 5 p.m.
The Chili Cook Off Beer List »
Greensgrow Farms will be holding their 5th Annual Subaru Fall Festival on October 6th from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and the day’s festivities include their yearly Chili Competition. Rain or shine contestants’ best secret chili recipes will go head-to-head during the tasting from 1-3 p.m. Entries can be beef, chicken, vegan, vegetarian, bean, no-bean – pretty much any way you want ‘em – and must be submitted (fully cooked) by 11 a.m. on the day of the festival. To enter you must register here by October 2.
This year the judges will be the festival public. Event attendees can pay $5 for a Subaru Fall Festival tasting mug and the chance to taste the competitors’ recipes. Ballots will be cast and the winner will be revealed at 3:45 p.m. The grand prize is a $200 Greensgrow gift card and the second prize will be The Rodale Whole Foods Cookbook and a year’s subscription to Organic Gardening Magazine. The third prize winner will receive a $50 gift card to a local restaurant.
Greensgrow’s Fall Festival will otherwise be filled with craft and harvesting demonstrations, cider pressing, face painting, craft vendors, and opportunities to visit the farm’s animals. Food vendors like Little Baby’s and Local 215 will be on hand and George Sabatino of Stateside will do a tasting and demonstration from 11:30 to 1:30 p.m.
Greensgrow Farm 5th Annual Subaru Fall Festival [Official Site]
Assuming that you probably wouldn’t have a moment to read this between gorging yourself on turkey and avoiding crazy pepper spray-wielding Black Friday shoppers, I’m giving you this recap a few days late. Admit it: You’re probably nursing a monster leftover hangover anyway, and facing down a slow Monday, so why not take this time to remind yourself that ’tis sometimes better to work quietly behind a desk than to be followed around by camera crews 24/7, just waiting for you to act like an ass.
Let’s talk about chefs, baby.
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