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Annual DPS Chili Cook Off



The University of Houston Department of Public Safety had its first annual Chili Cook-off. Members of the Department of Public Safety had an opportunity to enter their best Chili into the contest which would be tested by four judges. The Judges for this year’s event were Chief Malcolm Davis, Police Dispatcher James Lancaster, Special Guest Ray Kelley and Special Guest Wendy Kruse. The Chili contestants were rated in five different categories; aroma, color, consistency, taste and aftertaste. The contestants for this years event were, Amy Weist and Henry Landin, Paul Mauro, Robert and Ginger Walker, Jeremy Johnston and Matthew Wilson. The winning chili was made by Robert and Ginger Walker. With a great turn out and lots of holiday music the event was a great way to gather before the holidays and celebrate.