49 Funny Chili Cook Off Team Names

A chili cook-off can become difficult to judge. The primary categories evaluated during these events are aroma, color, consistency, taste, and aftertaste. Each category has a level of 1 to 10 with a total of 50 possible points being considered the best. These may be community events or fundraisers that occur in your local area. You can even have your own chili cook-off at your home. No person can create the best chili on their own. A listing of the best chili cook off team names are outlined below. These are team names from other competitions and intended to inspire your own added personal touch.

Afterburn
Backdraft
Beans & Jeans
Bowls of Steel
Buddha’s Revenge
Chili Chili Bang Bang
Chili of Doom
Clay’s Leftovers
Dark Matter
Death by Chili
Drunkards Dream
Drunken Turkey Chili
Flavor Country
Fu King Chili
Gator Chili
Grateful Red
Happy Ending Sauce
Hell Hath No Fury
Hen & Hog
Holy Nun Sauce
Hot Meat & Cool Beans
Hungry Heart Attack
Hunks of Burnin’ Love
Loose Cannon Chili
Mad Thunder in your Pants
Mean Mama Chili
Mr. Beefy’s Revenge
Narrow Street Cook
No Bull, All Buffalo
No Mercy Chili
Notorious P.I.G.
Racy Hot Pot
Red Hot Chili Preppers
Ring of Fire
Romeo Red
Secret Stache
Staplehouse Chili
Sweet Tater
Sweet Serano Serenade
Tailgate Chili
Texas Jailhouse Chili
The Chilidawgs
The Great White Heat
The Habanero Special
The New Hotness
Thundergun Express
To Bean or Not to Bean?
Unicorn’s Last Supper
Where’s the Beef

The below infographic explains the Scoville scale designed to determine the level of intensity and spice in chilli peppers. It was developed in 1912 by Wilbur Scoville. The number 0 is considered the be the least spicy, moving upwards in value based on the spice level. The least spicy pepper is considered to be the sweet bell pepper with the spiciest being the Trinidad Scorpion Moruga.

Spicy Peppers Guide

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