Dayton Valley Chili Cookoff #1
Autumn in the Park Homestyle Chili Cookoff
Palos Park, Illinois
Zombie Biker Chili Cookoff
Dayton Valley Chili Cookoff #2
Red Hot in Hancock Chili/Homestyle Cookoff
Weirton, West Virginia
Clarendon Day featuring the DC Chili Cookoff
Kentucky State/Great Bowls of Fire Cookoff
The ICS is the official organization that sanctions chili cookoffs. These events are worldwide and benefit charities or nonprofit organizations. All winners of ICS sanctioned cookoffs qualify to compete for cash prizes and awards at the World's Championship Chili Cookoff. The ICS is the largest food contest, festival organization in the world. Our sole purpose is to promote, develop and improve the preparation and appreciation of true chili and to determine each year the World's Champion Chili through officially sanctioned and regulated competitive cookoffs. This association shall further the camaraderie of chiliheads on behalf of charitable and nonprofit organizations in the world. more...
The International Chili Society is very proud to say that we sanction over 200 cookoffs a year throughout the World and have helped raise over $86 million dollars for charities and nonprofit organizations. more...
Let’s get going and share some pictures (up to ten per post) from your cookoff on our blog! Taking a picture and sharing it allows other people to see the world through your eyes. It's not about who is in the picture or the background. It's about the memories and meanings it holds. What a great way for others to experience the fun at a chili cookoff! Be sure to caption the picture, be it winners of the cookoff, charity donations, or just something you enjoyed! And go ahead and send us information about your event before it takes place, like hotel info, directions, prize money, plea for more cooks, etc and when all is said and done, the final write-up/results of your cookoff! What fun it will be to see what’s happening at each other’s event! Send your entries to email@example.com.