The results are in — Malibu mouths are still burning.


The Malibu Kiwanis Club’s Finest Chili Contest

Unsanctioned event

Best Booth – Andre Van Mulebrouck/Country Wide Home Loan

Most Spirited – Justin Rusell/Kappa Chi Killer Chili

Malibu’s Best Merchant – Gil Cazares/PierView Cafe

People’s Choice –

1st – Steve Blinn/Malibu Presbyterian Church

2nd – Lisa Stalvey/Howdy’s Restaurant

3rd – PierView restaurant

4th – Mike Grimes/Texas Two-Step Chili

5th – C.J. McDonald/Combat Outlaw Chili


3rd – Dave Rubell/Malibu Food Company $100 and trophy

2nd – Gil Cazares/PierView Cafe $150 and trophy

1st – Mike Grimes/Texas Two-Step Chili $300 and trophy

International Chili Cook-Off

5th – Mike Ford/B&M Double Flush Trophy

4th – Darlene Taylor/Mishap Chili Trophy

3rd – Sachiko Brecke/Horny Toad Chili Too $500 and trophy

2nd – Ben Hunt/Rip-A-Path Chili $1,000 and trophy

1st – Harry Robinson/Big Red Chili $1,500 and trophy


3rd – Thomas E. Sorce, Malibu Two ocean kayaks

2nd – Mary Cooper & Tim Swain, Malibu Trip to Hawaii

1st – Steve Stefanko/ Malibu Garden Center Porsche Boxster

Jelly Bean Counting Contest

1st – Neil Casey, 10, Malibu

Family Four-Pack to Disneyland, courtesy Disney, and Malibu Kiwanis Chili Cook-off T-shirt

Two Barbie and Ken miniature kayaks

Tatum Colby, 13, Santa Monica Mini kayaks, courtesy Zuma Jay surf shop, and T-shirt