Homemade chili in crock pots of all shapes and sizes vied for the top spot in Yankee Point Racing and Cruising Club’s “Chilly Chili Cook-Off” competition held recently at the organization’s clubhouse in Lancaster.
Eight different kinds of chili, from venison to vegetarian and beef to turkey, competed for the coveted “Best in Bowl” or first prize, reported publicity chairman Ellen Dugan.
New member Mitch Bober’s chili was judged the winner. “It must be the molasses,” said Bober.
After sampling each chili as it was served in small plastic cups by the club’s “Chili Chicks” wait staff, members and guests voted on their favorite by placing dollar bills in jars opposite the crock pots and then filling their bowl with the chili they liked best, said Dugan…
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