On August 1, 2018

Who’s got the tastiest chili in Killington?

Winners of the cook-off announced

By Emery Mikula

On Thursday, July 26, the Killington Parks and Recreation Department hosted the 6th Annual Chili Cook-Off in the Snowshed Lodge at Killington Resort. The Cook-Off took place in conjunction with the River Road Summer Concert Series featuring live music by the Chad Hollister Band.

2018 winners:

Most Original/Creative Chili awarded to The Lookout
Best Side Dish or Garnish awarded to The Garlic
Best Presentation awarded to Prestons
Best Costume/Best Dressed awarded to The Greater Killington Women’s Club
Best Bribe Attempt awarded to Echo Lake Inn
Judges Favorite awarded to Killington Peak Lodge

Photo by Robin Alberti
Clara Nimchek, left, and Alana Bell enjoy chili tasting.

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