Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Noah's Kitchen Chili Cook-off -Come have fun and help a great cause!

The following information is taken directly from the Noah's Kitchen Chili Cook-off official website:




2nd Annual Noah’s Kitchen Chili Cookoff

April 30th, 2011
Noon – 6PM
The Garden @ Hughes Hangar (formerly Washington Grill)
2811 Washington Avenue
Houston, Texas 77007

1/2 Block East of Studemont,
Across from Shell Gas Station

THIS IS A FAMILY FRIENDLY EVENT

Welcome to the site for the 2nd Annual Noah’s Kitchen Chili Cookoff, a public festival with a chili competition aimed at raising operating funds for Noah’s Kitchen. This year the cook off is being held at Hughes Hangar in the Historic Heights area of Houston. Last year was a blast and we expect this year to be a huge success!!

Those interested in competiting in the cookoff, operating a vendors booth or sponsoring portions of the event, please see the menu below for more details.


We will also have a raffle like last year with ALL kinds of cool items and gift certificates to be won.

Also bring your “change – to make a change’ and vote for your favorite team’s chili. The team with the most ‘change’ will win the ‘People’s Choice’ award.

SPONSORS FOR THIS YEAR:



PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THE FOLLOWING BANDS:


12:00 -12:45 Zavala Band


1:00 – 1:45 Mike Quigley Acoustic


2:00 – 2:45 Wayside Drive


3:00 – 3:45 Benjamin Wesley


4:00 – 4:45 Prairie Cadets


5:00 – 5:45 Harmony Groove




PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THE FOLLOWING JUDGES:


Head Judge John Gray aka The Shameless Chef from Houston Press


Tally Kinghorn of Lone Star Beer


Brandy Graesser of Bran Bakes and Hubbell & Hudson’s Viking Cooking School


Lauren Ramsey of Radio Disney


Kerri Ryan of YMKM Agency


Geri Druckman of Food Renewed


JR Cohen of WeSLGT and YMKM Agency


JJ/ Jonathan Jones of Beavers and El Patio


James Beck of Eat More Heat


Kevin Strickland owner of Ziggy’s Bar and Grill

1 comment:

  1. I didn't hear about this. How did the event go? Was there a good turnout? I always love some great chili! What about having one in the coldest part of the year (although that usually isn't that cold).

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