The town of Ennis is located on the banks of the Madison River in the Madison Valley, in southwest Montana. Every October, the Friday preceding the annual big game hunt, the people of the town and the valley, put together their best chili, pasta, or Mexican dishes, made from local game. They're given an entry number and then they hand out their food to everyone who walks down the street. The visitors to this feed come from all over the country and the world. They then vote for the food, by their number, and one of them will win bragging rights for the coming year. It's so much fun. The people are friendly and outgoing. The food is terrific. You don't go home hungry.