WCMG Chili Cook-Off
in the Education Building
Tuesday, 5 February 2019 @ 6:30 PM
On Tuesday, 5 February 2019, Wilson County Master Gardeners Bill Brooks will talk to us about controlling voles in the garden and lawn. We will also conduct our annual chili cook-off. Can our reigning champion be unseated? If you attended last year’s chili cook-off, you know it won’t be easy. It never is among the members of the Wilson County Master Gardener Association.
If you have a good recipe and you think you have what it takes to tempt the sophisticated taste buds of our members, then don your apron, get to cutting and whip up a batch for our February 5 meeting. Make a crock-pot full, enough for everyone to get a taste. Also, please complete this online [ Sign-Up Form ] if you plan to bring chili. Here is the direct link to the sign-up form:
This form helps us keep up with how many plan to participate in the cook-off as well as know what other food items we still need.
And if you’re not making chili, maybe you can help by bringing one of the following items: grated cheese, sour cream, cornbread, crackers or corn chips, drinks or a dessert. If you can provide any of these items, please complete this online [ Sign-Up Form ] as soon as possible so that we’ll know what’s coming and what’s lacking.
Chili Cook-Off Entries (maximum = 10):
- Edward Gehrke
MAXIMUM ENTRIES = 10
What Others Are Bringing:
1) Rose Skaggs
1) Rose Skaggs
2) Lawana Nelson
1) Lauren May (DO NOT miss Lauren’s award-winning cornbread! -gt)
2) Edward Gehrke
3) David Bates
1) Tina Benson
1) Lawana Nelson
1) Joni Wohnrade
If you plan on bringing chili, cornbread, crackers, corn chips, grated cheese, sour cream, dessert or a drink but for some reason are unable to use the [ Sign-Up Form ], please let Greg know via email as soon as possible email@example.com