Do you and your team have the perfect ingredients for the best chili recipe? You’ll put your cooking skills to the test with this spicy team building program. Get out your pots and pans and start cooking!
Each team will be provided with the bare necessities for chili making (meat and tomatoes). It is up to your team to decide which tasty ingredients you will add to your chili. Teams will create their masterpiece chili recipe and present it to the judges. You must defend your recipe. Yes, you will speak for your creation.
What ingredients did you use and why? Why did you pick the flavors you picked? What do the flavors represent? You and your team will share this information with the judges after you have created your spicy success!
The Hot- Cha-Cha Chili Cook-Off program usually runs between 1.5-2.5 hours and is suitable for groups with 16-200 participants. After teams compete in a sizzling red-hot competition, the chili champion will be CROWNED after presenting the most mouth-watering recipe.
This program involves a whole lot of chopping, dicing and cooking. But it also involves some negotiating, collaborating and communicating. While your team is hard at work preparing your award-winning recipe and defending your recipe you will build relationships with your teammates.
What ingredients are in your favorite chili recipe? Will your chili be savory, sweet, or spicy?
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