World chili cookoff returning to W.Va.

March 17, 2012

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — The planet’s tip chili makers will be returning to West Virginia this fall. And for a initial time, a International Chili Society‘s annual world championship cookoff will have a “homestyle” difficulty but restrictions on ingredients.

The San Juan Capistrano, Calif.-based nonprofit organisation announced Thursday that some-more than 400 cooks are approaching to contest Oct. 5-7 on Magic Island, a park on Charleston‘s west side along a Kanawha River.

Charleston hosted a foe in 2009, a initial time a ICS hold a championship easterly of a Mississippi River — traditionally it’s been held

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