Written by Nathan Wertheimer
UPDATE: Sanford, FL – With the start of the New Year what better event to attend than the 2017 Crimeline Chili Cook-Off at Seminole Harley-Davidson dealership located 620 Hickman Circle in Sanford, Florida, from 11am – 2pm . This event had been reschedule for Sat, Jan 21, 2017. If you have never been to a Chili Cook-Off it is a great opportunity to eat some of the best chili in Central Florida.
This year’s event is competing with the Matt Miller Motorcycle Challenge, which is held on the same day. Many people are expecting to attend both events at the same time.
Parking for this year’s event should be a the same parking situation as last year. There will be limited street parking available. Once the parking area is full around the dealership look for the satellite parking lot where attendees will be bused in from another location. Look for signs to direct vehicles for parking.
If you and or your team would like to participate in this year’s cook-off please email Crimeline at firstname.lastname@example.org and put in the Subject line 2017 Crimeline Chili Cook-Off Entry. There is a $25.00 entry fee for each team to participate. Plus, each team is requested to bring between 5-6 gallons of chili for the public to taste. All teams must be self-sufficient with tent and the ability to heat and keep their chili warm.
There will be celebrity judges on hand who will select and announce the following award categories such as “Most Unique”, “Best Law Enforcement”, “Best Professional”, and the “Head Hog Chili (Best of All).” The winners will be awarded at 1pm. Watch the each team battle it out to see who has the best in their category.
Make sure you come hungry to this event. You’ll be sampling many different teams’ chili recipes made fresh and ready to eat. Admission at the door to this event is $5.00 per person. The crowd is expected to be huge and the weather perfect for tasting. Chili sampling begins at 11am. This is a family friendly event.
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Source of information came from Crimeline