Celebrating 22 Years of Most Excellent Kosher Chili
Dallas Kosher Chili Cook-Off celebrates its 22nd birthday as a community building event, Sunday, March 22, 2015 — 2nd of Nisan, 5775 — ב׳ בְּנִיסָן תשע״ה בְּאַדָר ב׳ תשע״ד.
While you wait, be sure to check out the pictures and videos from the 2014 cook-off.
And the Crowds Just Keep On Coming
Since its beginning in 1993, the cook-off continues to bring together the diverse Jewish communities of North Texas and reach out to its broader neighborhoods.
What makes the cook-off so popular?
The three F’s!
Fun! Food! Fellowship!
Join the Celebration
And there’s plenty of free parking with recommended parking at the JCC.
Family-Oriented Fun and Prices
Our sponsors help underwrite the cost of the cook-off. This helps keep the ticket prices modest for families and everyone else.
Located in North Dallas
The cook-off resides on the campus of Tiferet Israel at 10909 Hillcrest Road, Dallas, Texas, just north of Royal Lane.
Think Your Chili Team is Hot?
Join the fun. The teams cook beef and vegetarian chili.
Good Food, Good Cause
The Dallas Kosher Chili Cook-Off is an annual community building event hosted by Congregation Tiferet Israel. The event draws 4,000 to 5,000 people from across the Dallas/Ft. Worth area.
With the cook-off now in its 21st year, Tiferet Israel continues to share proceeds with local charities.
Healthy, Tasty, Fun
Dallas Kosher Chili Cook-Off is the funnest, tastiest, healthiest chili cook-off in Texas, the USA and the World! It is probably also the largest kosher chili cook-off you’ve ever seen.
Remember the Date
The 21st Annual Kosher Chili Cook-off will be on March 22, 2015, 10:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., at Congregation Tiferet Israel, 10909 Hillcrest Road, Dallas, Texas.
For more information on the Dallas Kosher Chili Cook-off, please contact the synagogue at (214) 691-3611. You can also use our contact page.
Bring Your Non-Perishable Food
When you attend the Kosher Chili Cook-Off be sure to bring non-perishable food items to contribute to the Jewish Family Service Food Pantry.
Non perishables are food items you find in a pantry—oil, sugar, rice, crackers, dried cereal, canned goods and so on.
It is important to provide food that is not out-of-date. Of course, we recognize that out-of-date items do have an additional shelf life but we request that all donated items be up-to-date.
Thank you for helping us be respectful of the individuals and families served by the Jewish Family Service Food Pantry.