Crosslake Days
Sep 28, 2015Public
Photo: Edina Realty - 2015 Crosslake Chili Cook-off Judges Choice: Edina Realty Crosslake - photo by Kate Perkins
Photo: Riverwood Bank - The 2015 Crosslake Days Chili Cook-off People’s Choice award went to chef Bart Taylor of Riverwood Bank - photo by Kate Perkins.
Photo: Andy's Bar & Grill - Elijah Dischinger made New Mexico Chili Verde - photo by Paul Boblett
Photo: Barstock Liquors - Wayne Howes of Barstock Liquors served his Loon-A-Tick Chili - photo by Paul Boblett
Photo: BlackRidgeBANK - 3rd Place Judges Choice - Russ Hale of BlacRidgeBANK served his United Way Award Winning Competition Chili. - photo by Paul Boblett
Photo: The Bourbon Room - Sean Stoehr serves the Bourbon Room Famous Beer and Smoked BBQ Rib Chili at the Bourbon Room - photo by Kate Perkins
Photo: Cedar Chest - Kathy Murrer of the Cedar Chest served up Green chili prepared by Ted Murrer - photo by Paul Boblett
Photo: The Crossfire - Brenda and Bill Steidler served White Chicken Chili at the Crossfire - photo by Kate Perkins
Photo: Crosslake Auto Body - Annette Ecklund of Crosslake AutoBody served Annette’s Special Chili at Town Square - photo by Paul Boblett
Photo: Crosslake Community School - Andrew Loeffler, Parker Billman and Libbie Billman, Crosslake Community School Students, helped cook the sweet harvest chili that was served at the school - photo by Kate Perkins
Photo: Crosslake/Fifty Lakes American Legion - Joe and Pam Wiltsey flank chef Ann Schorr who prepared America’s Chili - photo by Paul Boblett
Photo: Crosslake Firefighters
Crosslake Firefighters - Scott Johnson, Dean Olson and Randy Maxfield served Firehouse Chili at the Crosslake Fire Department - photo by Kate Perkins
Photo: Crosslake Fitness - Holly Purfeest of Crosslake Fitness with her Red Chili - photo by Paul Boblett
Photo: Crosslake Historical Society - Marsha Schoeb of the Crosslake Historical Society served up Lumberjack Chili - photo by Paul Boblett
Photo: First National Bank - Bernice Rohde of First National Bank served her Fabulous White Chicken Chili at Judy’s House of Gifts. - photo by Paul Boblett
Photo: Golden Horizons Assisted Living - Chef Kevin Damm of Golden Horizons created Southwest Sirloin Chili that was served at Crosslake Drug, Christopher Swanson, at right, assisted in serving. - photo by Paul Boblett
Photo: Grand Champion Meats - James Evans, left, and owner Tony Washa served Grand Champion Chili at Grand Champion Meats. - photo by Kate Perkins
Photo: Itasca Leathergoods- 3rd Place (tie) People’s Choice - Paul Vanderwall and Paul Kirkman served Furst Chili at Itasca Leathergoods - photo by Paul Boblett
Photo: JAG Interior Solutions - Julie Gowan and Evy Genereaux served up their Sweet Red Chili - photo by Paul Boblett
Photo: Kelli Engstrom Photography - Kelli Engstrom and chef Jeanne Thull served Harvest Chili at Kelli Engstrom Photography - photo by Paul Boblett
Photo: Kicks on Route 66 - Sandy Anderson, left, and Linda Randall made Turkey and Beef Chili, which was served at Kicks on Route 66 - photo by Kate Perkins
Photo: Lake Country Crafts & Cones - Pat Netko served Pat’s Famous Chili at Lake Country Crafts and Cones - photo by Kate Perkins
Photo: Lakes Area Gallery & Frame Shoppe - Kristi Kraemer of Lakes Area Gallery fabulous Chili recipe was prepared and served by Camp Knutson volunteers - photo by Paul Boblett
Photo: Manhattan's - 3rd Place (tie) People’s Choice - Matt Levine of Manhattan’s made Turf and Surf Chili Mac, which was served at Whitefish Lodge and Suites by Maryetta Stangel and Lisa Moonen - photo by Kate Perkins