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cook′off`

or cook′-off`,



n.
a cooking contest in which competitors gather to prepare their specialties.
[1955–60]
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Crow Vineyard & Winery will bring back its chili cookoff event March 1 from noon to 4 p.
OzHarvest CEO Ronni Kahn and BP Australias Andy Holmes went head to head today in a Ready Steady Cook style challenge to raise awareness and funds for OzHarvests upcoming CEO CookOff event.
A handful of check-in stations have been consolidated into one this year in downtown Augusta, tying it to the festival and related events that include a chili cookoff, live music, live and silent auctions and awards.
While the ECHO was getting its first taste of the new venue, the incoming staff were enjoying what is known as a cookoff, trying every single dish from the menu so that when Gino's is up and running, they will have a thorough knowledge of what's available.
Part fun and part fundraiser, the event features a barbecue cookoff that costs $5 to judge and $50 to enter as a contestant.
Kubbie Cookoff, local artists & crafts, Kids zone.
AT NINE DIFFERENT EMBASSIES, INFORMATION MANAGEMENT OFFICER STARLA FLICKER HAS PLACED LAST IN EVERT SINGLE CHILI COOKOFF.
That would be as edifying as a bacon cookoff in the middle of a kennel.
The conference also featured an impressive gathering of grills, smokers and BBQ equipment and accessories at the trade show as well as a celebrity steak cookoff competition.
There will be a 50/50 raffle and shuffleboard tournament during the cookoff.
MANILA -- A combination of two vegetables, malunggay and squash, that was turned into a sweet treat called kalalunggay tart, topped the first Grand Gulay CookOff Challenge recently held at Women's Center of the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (Tesda) in Taguig City.
The man behind this year's popup phenomenon, Rib Nights, is tweaking his recipe to create UK Burger Battle, a new monthly cookoff testing the best burgers in the land.