It isn't just that the chili is great, both my 7-pepper chili with the perfect balance of heat and flavor, and my wife's harvest chili (sweetened with apples to lower the intensity a notch); it's that the sample cups are free but the fork costs a quarter :>. You don't just get an explanation of the menu; you get lots of information, conversation, and all around fun from a guy who loves what he does and is very good at it. You don't just sit around doing nothing while waiting for your food; you ... actually just have to go out and experience the diversions for yourself. -- I found the website last week (for both the restaurant and the gift shop) and spent the week thinking "gotta check this place out -- looks too good to be true". I was not disappointed.
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