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Chili/soup cook-off honors listed PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 19 February 2013 12:04
Todd Hughes won first place honors in the individual chili category at the Winterfest Chili/Soup Cook-Off. (Photos: Shane Hughes/Sentinel-Tribune)
Members of the Exchange Club team pose after winning first place for organization chili. Pictured are Sean Brennan (back row, from left), Zac Shoup, Paul Nusser and Clif Boutelle(front row from left), Melissa Krieger, Dave Nershi.
More than 200 "tasters" voted in Saturday's Bowling Green Winterfest's Chili/Soup Cook-Off.
The Bowling Green Exchange Club's Rock 'n Roll Chili was voted the best chili in the organization category, with the Bowling Green Kiwanis Club placing second with its Super K Chili.
"People's Choice" voting also saw  Todd Hughes' "Mortgage Loan Chili" edge out Drew Hanna's  "Red Pepper Chili" in the individual chili category. Bruce Kidder's "Lighthouse Chili" placed third
In the soup judging, individual honors went to Sandy Milligan.
Penny McIntosh's Chicken Pot Pie Soup placed second, while Gail Nader's Thai Butternut Squash Soup was third.
Among the restaurants, top soup honors went to Naslada Bistro's Potato Leek Soup, followed y Qdoba Mexican Grill's Mexican Gumbo.
Placing third was Good to Go's Sweet Potato Corn Chowder
The Wood County Committee on Aging's Butternut Squash Soup won in the soup organization category.
A total of 14 entrants competed in the chili or soup cook-offs.
Sponsors of the cook-off were the Women's Club of Bowling Green, American Association of University Women and ZONTA.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 19 February 2013 12:11

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