Yours truly is competing again at the Bartels Chili Cook-Off in Marina del Rey, California this June. If you’re going to be in the area, stop by for some free food. Last year I made the only chile verde in a sea of red. This year I’ve got another offbeat offering going into the competition!
Our very own National Fiery Foods and Barbecue Show has its own entry at everfest.com now. The website is a traveling foodie’s dream, chock full of listings, complete with photos, links, maps, and places to stay. Here’s what they had to say about our show
The judging and counting is over and we congratulate all the Scovie winners listed here.
I finally took the plunge and broke my chili competition cherry. Not only that, this was my first time making chili that didn’t magically appear when I opened a can labeled “Hormel.” Or, I should say, “chile” since I made a chile verde instead of the red stuff. Bartels Harley-Davidson held their annual chili cook-off in Marina del Rey yesterday and I thought I’d buck tradition with a little mean green.
Welcome to the 3rd Annual New York Hot Sauce Expo, bigger and better, back in Brooklyn after a leap year in midtown Manhattan. Billed as The Hottest Show on Earth, this year’s theme was “Attack of the Peppers,” which it literally was.
A few months back, our own Dave DeWitt was among the inaugural nominees for the new Hot Sauce Hall of Fame. The winners were announced at the New York Hot Sauce Expo this weekend. How easy was it to get in? Well…
This year’s Santa Anita Winners Circle BBQ Championship was huge. At least for California. With 103 teams battling it out for $X in prize money, it was the largest KCBS event in the state’s history.