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Legendary in Harrison County, Texas, for Four Generations, Albert Agnor's chili recipe was the winner of the "Championship Chili Cook-off" in Terlingua, Texas in 1976. Now available over the Internet, you can order the Championship Chili Mix, true Texas-Style Pinto Bean Seasoning and Agnor's versatile Meat Seasoning, to bring out the best in Beef, Chicken, Pork, or Fish. All Seasonings are made fresh and mixed at the Agnor Family's historic Millstone Farm. The Agnor Chili recipe, a family legend that was made famous in their home town of Marshall by Albert's Mother, Dee Patillo Agnor, was passed down from her "Poppa," Frank Patillo.

Albert Agnor’s Championship Chili and Pinto Bean Seasonings have been featured in Southern Living, People Magazine, Forbes, Dallas Times Herald, Discover Magazine and the Chicago Tribune. From Oshkosh to Houston, this family recipe is now available to most everyone. CLICK HERE to view and/or download a listing of many locations offering Agnor's Seasonings (a 43KB .PDF file).

Albert Agnor's Championship Chili inspired the Texas Legislature to declare Chili the "Official Dish of Texas" in 1977. This chili brings a "little bit of home" to Texans all over the world. Now it is available to you through the Internet. Mastercard and Visa accepted. Gift boxes with seasonal wrap available.

CLICK HERE to read an amusing (and somewhat true) short story entitled, "HISTORY OF THE OFFICIAL DISH OF TEXAS: WHY CHILI?"