Wednesday, January 18, 2012

2012 Chili Fest

During the month of January, I tend to want something warm to eat to keep me from freezing to death. One of my favorite dishes to make is chili.

If you like chili, the Ravenswood Fellowship United Methodist Church will be hosting their annual chili fest. There will be several different versions featured including: mild and hot chili with meat— and even a vegetarian chili (for those who can't or won't eat meat). A while back I posted my recipe on how to make Kick-Butt Chili. I am planning on making this version of chili as one of the hot versions offered. But what makes this festival worth attending is "all the fixin's". What do you like on your chili??? We have corn chips, popcorn, rice, macaroni, different hot sauces (if the Kick-Butt Chili doesn't kick your butt enough), and much much more.

I am including the information on how to get there if you want to attend:

Sunday, January 28, 2012
3:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Children 10 and under $5.00

Ravenswood Fellowship United Methodist Church
4511 N. Hermitage Ave.
Chicago, IL

I look forward to seeing you there.


That gentleman's lady said...

Yum... chilli... love it.

I like mine with rice, or sometimes nachos. Spicy, fewer beans than most. If no rice, then a bit o sour cream and cheese.

Now you're making me hungry for Chili

Anonymous said...

We love chili here, too. We're pretty boring about toppings, though. Just sharp cheddar and sour cream. And Ritz crackers, which some of us top with chili and others of us crumble into our chili.

Have a hot time at the chili fest!

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