"I'm already sick of it. We've been tasting it and practicing with it. I eat chili all the time, but you get tired of tasting the same stuff over and over [but that's what you have to do to] make it right," said Nazario.
Communications Manager for the National Kidney Foundation Arcangela Mele said the cook-off is a good family event.
"We're going to be airing the football game during the event. It's a beer and chili event, but it's definitely for the whole family," said Mele. "We had a lot of kids last year. We get a very mixed crowd. There's something different for everyone, and it's a relatively inexpensive way to support a charity."