Texas One-Step Chili Seasoning Mix is perfect for families on-the-go, said Tom Nall, the official Wick Fowler spokesperson. The Chili Cook-Off is the ideal place to introduce this new product surrounded by chili-lovers from across the nation in remembrance of our namesake, Wick Fowler.
The new Texas One-Step Chili Seasoning Mix is the same exact recipe as the Two-Alarm chili kit; the only difference is now the spices come mixed together in one convenient packet. All you need to add is one pound of ground beef, and 8oz of tomato sauce. For those who prefer to personalize their chili is the famous Wick Fowler's famous Two-Alarm Chili Kit, which consists of seven individual packets of spices including: chili, onion, salt, cumin, garlic and oregano allowing the cook to season his/her chili to taste. Other products carrying the Wick Fowler name include the highly sought-after False Alarm Chili Kits and his Taco Seasoning Mix.
FOWLER, HOMER THOMAS WILSON [WICK] (1909–1972). Homer T. (Wick) Fowler, reporter and producer of Wick Fowler's Two-Alarm Chili, was born in Big Sandy, Texas, in 1909, the son of Isaac Dudley and Lola Viola (Glass) Fowler. He was reared in Victoria, attended the University of Texas, and began his career in 1932 as a crime reporter for the Austin Statesman (see ). He worked as a Capitol correspondent for the International News Service and the Austin American before turning to employment as a city detective and highway patrolman. He also spent three years as an investigator for the Senate Committee on Un-American Activities.