Breckenridge Texan

Duggan takes First Place in Chili Cook-off; Harrison wins People’s Choice

Duggan takes First Place in Chili Cook-off; Harrison wins People’s Choice
December 24
08:33 2019

On Saturday, Dec. 21, the first day of winter, the temperature was a bit chilly in the Breck Trade Barn as contestants cooked up their pots of chili for the City of Breckenridge’s third annual Chili Cook-off.

Cooks, judges and those just there to taste the chili were bundled up against the cool weather.

When it came down to counting the votes for the People’s Choice Award, two candidates tied — Leslie Harrison and Lisa Duggan — and a coin flip determined Harrison to be the winner of the coveted Chili Cookoff apron and “braggin’ rights.”

Based on the judges tallies, Duggan won first place ($100), and Harrison came in second ($50). Andy McCuistion also entered the competition.

The judges were Genoa Goad, Felicia Anthony and Mike and Vikki Bartock.

Lisa Duggan, center, serves up a bowl of her award-winning chili at the third annual cook-off on Saturday, Dec. 21. (Photo by Carla McKeown/Breckenridge Texan)

The judges in the City of Breckenridge’s third annual Chili Cook-off were, from right, Genoa Goad, Felicia Anthony and Mike and Vikki Bartock. (Photo by Carla McKeown/Breckenridge Texan)

Cutline, top photo: Lisa Duggan, right, won first place in the City of Breckenridge’s third annual Chili Cook-off on Dec. 21. Leslie Harrison, center, won second place and the People’s Choice Award. Andy McCuistion, left, also competed in the contest. (Photo by Carla McKeown/Breckenridge Texan)

 

 

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