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Chili Fest cooks win local kudos

MIDDLEBURY-If only Middlebury's tongues could talk. Hey, wait a minute-they do. And well over 3,000 tongues have tasty tales to tell after experiencing last month's Third Annual Middlebury Winter Carnival and Chili Contest.

Now the 2011 winners of the March public classic contest have been announced by festival officials and the Better Middlebury Partnership. All who attended can now compare their own tasty memories with the official winners.

2011 Middlebury Winter Carnival & Chili Contest Winners-

Best Beef: Costello's Market

Greg's Meat Market - 2nd

Two Bros. Tavern - 3rd

American Flatbread - 3rd

Best Chicken: Tourterelle

Subway - 2nd

Jeff Jones, E. Middlebury - 3rd

Best Pork: Costello's

51 Main - 2nd

Leunig's, Burlington - 3rd

Best Game: Jessica's (Swift House Inn)

Bark Eaters, Shelburne - 2nd

Jackson's on the River - 3rd

Best Veggie: Inception Studios

Waybury Inn - 2nd

Greg's Meat Market - 3rd

Leunig's - 3rd

Best Kitchen: Bar Antidote

Sportin' Wood Construction - 2nd

Middlebury Co-Op - 3rd

Best Overall: Costello's Market

Tourterelle - 2nd

Jessica's (Swift House Inn) - 3rd

This year's downtown hot-on-the-tongue love fest was bigger and better than ever, breaking previous records.

The success was do in large part tothe hard work and community of spirit of all involved, especially the Better Middlebury Partnership. The Partnership works on behalf of the entire town not just downtown merchants.

Included in the festival leadership group were Lindsey Wing and Joe Colangelo, co-chairpersons of the Third Annual Middlebury Winter Carnival and Chili Contest, Kim Cook, marketing coordinator for the Chili Contest, Amey Ryan and Holmes Jacobs, chili contest committee members, and Donna Donahue, Better Middlebury Partnership president.

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