Lauren Howe projected to win Denver Bike Cafe Chili Cookoff

Come out and support our very own Lauren Howe as she participates (and most likely dominates) the Denver Bicycle Cafe’s Chili Cookoff Final!! After a fierce first competition Lauren (Slow Food USA’s National School Garden Program’s Co-Director) has made it to the finals with her
Slow Food Bison Brisket Chili!

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Come watch Lauren win on April 5th at 7pm at the Denver Bicycle Cafe!

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