Click HERE for Chili Recap
This year we are again raising funds for Special Olympics of Delaware. All proceeds (not net proceeds) will go to the charity. All expenses are borne by Instant-G. We managed to raise a total of $2000 in 2006! The chilifest was sponsored by Instant-G, who provided all food, refreshments, etc. and donated $625. The remainder was donated by individuals .
Again, all funds go directly to Special Olympics of
You will receive a receipt (either check or paypal mail) and all
are 100% tax deductible!
Saturday, October 4, 2008 pm-> ???
If you are unfamiliar wit the event - here are the requirements:
2) Show up (preferably in a Porsche)
3) Eat Chili and drink beer, soda, margaritas
4) Have a good time.
We provide everything. If you feel compelled, bring some beer or tequila.
Newark DE is midway between Baltimore and
just off I-95.
(1 hour from each). CLICK HERE FOR A MAP!
John Timmins and Carrera!
Here are previous year's events:
Click HERE for Chili2001 Recap
Date/Time: Saturday September 29th,
We'll start cooking at about 6am, start the blender about noon,
the first chili ready about 4pm. Last time people dropped in
continuously from about 2 until about 10 p.m. with the last people
leaving about two am. Show up whenever.
Place: 373 West Chestnut Hill Road, Newark, DE
From I-95 take the Newark 896N exit. 3/4 mile to West Chestnut Hill Road
OR 3/4 mile south of campus on South College (896), turn right (Godwin's Shell)
House is 0.9 miles, at the top of the hill
the LEFT. White ranch.
Chili Pepper Flag. Many Porsches.
Bill of Fare:
130 Quarts minimum of CHILI in 5 heat ranges
Thai Chili Pepper Cornbread
Homemade Refried Beans, Salsa, chips, etc.
Whatever else seems appropriate food wise.
We'll make a point of having some "neutral" food available
(for wimps who don't like Chili)
All the red chili, jalepeno, habenero, and other peppers you dare.
Margaritas - including Strawberry, Kiwi, Banana Three blenders - no waiting!
Really Nasty Evil Satan Vodka
Beer and Wine - though it's whatever's on sale so be warned!
Homebrew - Stout, WinterWarmer, Scotch Ale, MegaStautt
What to bring: A friend, a date, something to throw into a Marg, and/or Hunger! You are welcome to bring chili of your own but I'll cook plenty.
Dress: Women only please, unless you're Scottish, otherwise, casual..
Last Updated on 9/12/2007
By Steve Timmins
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A labor of love. Each peice of meat trimmed by hand, by a professional.....right.
Phialdelphia's NBC 10 "On the Menu" Steve Levy approves of the Margheritas and "Cajun Chili"
Lydia does some stirring.
Dude! Stay down there now! I beleive he's learned the error of his ways!
Cough YOUCH!~ There's one in every crowd!
Carrera, our "active spill control" device
Here are some guests NOT in the garage!
year (98) the first guests showed up around
noon and the last left about 12:30 am.....we calculate about 100 or so guests throughout
the day. Carrera is an integral part of our "active spill containment" system!
Serious discussions. Air dry vs. fluff dry. As you can see Craig is facinated.
Greg Forte and Captain Runnels join me in a toast
ESV. No worries. None of us are driving!
Tom's on the floor.
Looks like Clark has a new friend.....
THis is maybe 7pm. A bit too dark for a decent photo, but the first chance I had to get outside at the 2000 party
With about 10 of my Porsche and a smattering of
the front and back yars were full in 2000!
Quite a croud in the outdoors. Last shot I