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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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Activity: Popeye Bingo, 10 a.m.; Spinach Cookoff at 10 a.m., bring your favorite spinach dish for judging and prizes.
WHILE HIS ENTRY IN THE EMBASSY CHILI COOKOFF WAS NOT A FINALIST, IT OFFENDED NOBODY.
Crow Vineyard & Winery will host its annual chili cookoff March 3 from noon to 4 p.m.
18-19: Apalachicola Oyster CookOff, Riverfront Park
Then it's back to MasterChef HQ for one final cookoff, where they must each make one perfect dish inspired by someone they love or admire.
Alongside the many water and beach activities, tourists flock to Biloxi for festivals--including Christmas in the City and Grillin' on the Green Festival and BBQ Cookoff, both hosted by Main Street Biloxi, and the annual Biloxi Seafood Festival and Biloxi Blessing of the Fleet Festival.
Whether it's showing his customers how to whip up a delicious meal on the grill or welcoming hundreds from the community to an annual cookoff competition in the parking lot, Bill Murff uses his passion for grilling to attract customers to his store.
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.