Prizes will be awarded for the Best Chili with Meat, Best Vegetarian/Vegan Chili, and the Kid’s Choice Award.  You need not disclose your secret recipe, but we do ask for a list of ingredients in order to stave off any allergic reactions.  So fill out the form and turn it in at church or mail it here no later than November 16th.  We look forward to trying your winning entry!

This is a Boston Heritage Fund Raiser project.  Our high school students work raising money for two years so that they can travel to Boston every other year to visit important sites of our Unitarian Universalist past and present.  Your participation by either making an entry or paying to sample the entries ($10 for adults, $5 for children/youth, maximum $25 per family) will help fund this fun/educational trip.  So, plan to stay around after the service on Sunday, November 18, for some delicious food and a lot of fun!

To ensure the success of this annual tradition, we need about ten or more members to bring a 9 X 13 pan of uncut baked cornbread. Volunteers are asked to deliver their pan to the kitchen prior to the service as their support for the Chili Cook Off. Unfortunately, we will only be able to accept the cornbread that is already baked. Volunteers are asked to sign up so we can assess how much cornbread we will have.

Sabine and Quentin win the veg. chili contestLast year, Sabine and Quentin McGrievy were the big winners taking home the prizes for both Best Vegetarian Chili and the Kid’s Choice Award.  Clearly, they will be the ones to beat this year!