Western Regional Chili Cookoff & Salsa contest is Aug. 3 at Del Mar Racetrack

Spice up your day when the Western Regional Chili Cookoff returns to Del Mar Racetrack on Aug. 3 at 1 p.m. at the Infield. Receive free chili samples from the cooks throughout the day in the racetrack infield and select your favorites in the People’s Choice category. Chili samples start at 1 p.m. Bring the whole family as there will also be free Family Fun activities for kids.

Red and green chili cooks and salsa entrants will compete for over $2,500 in prizes. Winners advance to the 2013 World Championships.

To compete: For information to become a chili cook or salsa entrant, contact Red at (858) 674-0840 or r.brecke@yahoo.com

Red and green chili cooks and salsa entrants will compete for over $2,500 in prizes. Winners advance to the 2013 World Championships.

To compete: For information to become a chili cook or salsa entrant, contact Red at (858) 674-0840 or r.brecke@yahoo.com

Related posts:

  1. Western Regional Chili Cookoff & Salsa Contest to be held Aug. 4 in Del Mar
  2. Del Mar Gourmet Food Truck & Craft Beer Festival is July 28
  3. Rotary whackers over Chili & Quackers
  4. Rotary’s Chili and Quackers Challenge scheduled for Oct. 24
  5. Chili and Quackers Challenge is fun for a cause

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