It’s A Chili Cook-Off on Tuesday, January 7

chili-933Can our reigning champion be unseated? If you attended last year’s chili cook-off, you know it won’t be easy. Marianne makes a mean bowl of chili! But if you have a good recipe and you think you have what it takes, don your apron, get to cutting and whip up a batch for the January 7 meeting. Make a crock-pot or stew-pot full, enough for everyone to get a taste. Also, please email cedarbees@gmail.com and let him know that you’re bringing chili. This way we’ll have an idea of how many plan to participate. CHILI-3

And if you’re not making chili, maybe you can help by bringing one of the following items: grated cheese, cornbread, crackers or corn chips, drinks and desserts. If you can provide any of these items, please let Greg know via email at cedarbees@gmail.com as soon as possible so that we’ll know what’s coming and what’s lacking.

Chili Entries:

1. Don Hatcher
2. Randall Connor
3. Malissa Pitts
4. Edwina Reeder
5. Lawana Nelson
6. Patti & Gary Stein
7. Shannon Spence
8. Jan Littrell

Crackers or chips:

1. Janie & Kevin Kelley
2. Peggy Scholes
3. Monica Malone
4. Belinda Foren & Rae Jacobson

Cornbread:

1. Norma Dee
2. Karen & Fred Dawson
3. Geri Tomerlin
4. Karla Clark
5. Linda & Roy Atkinson
6. Ronnie Gammons (corn light bread, butter, sour cream)

Grated Cheese:

1. Janie & Kevin Kelley
2. Mike Willey
3. Peggy Scholes
4. Linda & Roy Atkinson

Desserts:

1. Mike Willey
2. Faye Huddleston (blueberry cobbler)
3. Belinda Foren & Rae Jacobson
4. Patti & Gary Stein
5. Frank Cain (pecan pie)
6. Laleta Shipper
7. Adam Meadors

Drinks:

1. John Frantz
2. Randall Connor
3. Lynn Mouvery
4. Sondra Bishop
5. Adam Meadors

Cups & Spoons:

1. Ronnie Gammons
2. Greg Tomerlin (350 styrofoam cups & 100 plastic spoons)

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About Greg Tomerlin

I enjoy gardening, keeping bees, birding, the outdoors, and visiting State & Local Parks and Greenways.
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