Friday looms, and as you get ready for the weekend, we want to help you get ready, too. From hunting deer to cooking chili, here are some events worth adding to your social calendar that are perfect for the season.
Crosslake citizens say unnecessary health regulations have hurt their annual chili cook-off, and a state lawmaker has the fix.
The South Dakota GOP accused Democrats on Thursday of trying to buy votes by serving food at a series of get-out-the-vote rallies, but event organizers insisted their chili was legit.
Whether you’re tailgating in jeans and a T-shirt at Candlestick Park or huddled around a roaring barrel grill at Lambeau Field, nothing screams NFL football season like a steaming, mouth-blistering bowl of five-alarm chili.
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Keep your tailgating menu interesting with these staples that serve double-duty purposes.
WCCO-TV’s Matt Brickman hit the Loon Cafe in downtown Minneapolis for his weekly “Best of Minnesta” segment to check out some of the best chili in the Twin Cities.
A hot, steaming bowl of chili is just the thing to chase away the chill of old man winter. The thing about chili is that every single person who makes it has a different spin on it.
A 47-year-old Chili, Wis. man has been arrested for his fifth offense of operating a motor vehicle under the influence, according to police.
Frank Vascellaro and his mother Rosalie head to the kitchen to make some delicious chili.