Have a hankering for all things chili?
Then plan to head to the Diamond Hill United Methodist Church on Saturday for the 6th annual Cos Cob Chili Cook Off for a friendly competition and tasting.
The Cook Off — which will benefit Neighbor to Neighbor, Greenwich’s food and clothing pantry — will take place from 3 to 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 5, at the Diamond Hill Church, 521 E. Putnam Ave., Cos Cob.
Admission is $7 per person to sample
and cast your vote for the best chili served up with sides and beverages.
More than a dozen chili recipes will be featured at this year’s cook off. Judges include First Selectman Peter Tesei, Lou Caravella and Bill Ingraham. Last year’s top awards went to Joey Boucher of Joey B’s and Peter Yeskey.
“It’s a great local tradition for the Cos Cob community,” said Selectman and former cook-off judge David Theis. “I like to see the church involved in this.”
To enter your favorite chili recipe or for more information about the Cook Off, contact Diamond Hill U.M. Church at 869-2395.
Neighbor to Neighbor, a volunteer-based nonprofit founded in 1975, that provides 300,000 meals and 17,000 bags of clothing to local residents each year. For more information about Neighbor to Neighbor including how to donate or volunteer, please call us at 203-622-9208 or visit www.n-to-n.org.