The Ben Richey Chili Super Bowl in Buffalo Gap Is Almost Here
This year's 40th Annual Chili Super Bowl and Brisket Cook Off is needing your help. All donations and volunteers are welcomed. My next-door neighbor, friend, and Chili Board member G.T. Ward just told me that "we are needing sponsors, auction items, cook bag swag, volunteers, and this year we need bottled water. If you can help, tell them to call me please."
So here goes, my friend and neighbor GT Ward can be reached at 325-669-6200 or by calling the Ben Richey Boys Ranch at 325-692-2500. G.T. went on to say "if they want to email me, send it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
That said, be aware that the 40th Annual Chili Super Bowl and Brisket Cook Off is Labor Day weekend Saturday, September 3rd, and Sunday, September 4th in beautiful Buffalo Gap. This year's event will take place at the Old Settlers Camp Grounds at 100 Vine Street in Buffalo Gap.
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This fun family event promises good food, great entertainment, and some awesome auctions and raffles. Come hungry, wear comfortable shoes, bring the kids and get ready to relax and eat.
This event, benefiting the Ben Richey Boys Ranch and Family Program is a chili, brisket, rib, chicken, bean, and dessert cook-off. There's even a kid's competition and one can even compete in the open event. The Open event is where you can cook whatever pleases your tastebuds.
There is no cost to get in however, a donation to the Ben Richey Boys Ranch and Family Program is greatly appreciated. The dance is also free and a donation will be appreciated as well.
Gates open at 9 AM on both Saturday and Sunday and the Dance starts at 8:30 Saturday night. A bowl of chili is only $4 and don't forget to take some chili home for only $8 a quart, $15 for 2 quarts, or $25 for a gallon.
Vote in the 'Peoples Choice' competition the cost is .25 cents per vote or 5-votes for a dollar. All PC vote tickets can be purchased at the cook-off only. This year's Biggest Chili Pot is being prepared by the Taylor County Sheriff's Officer's Association and the Dyess Air Force volunteers. Download the Chili Cook-Off Entry Form attachment-Chili2021 right here.