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Milford woman wins first place at Gold Star Chili Cook Off

CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

It was a perfect chilly day to a hold a chili cook off Sunday.

30 contestants participated in the Gold Star Chili Cook Off at Findlay Market.

"Cincinnati loves its chili and everybody makes it entirely differently and I think the spices is really what makes the chili, otherwise it's just soup," said Cheryl Eagleson.

Donna Luecke, of Milford, took home the first place prize.

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