When one sees chili on a restaurant menu the image of beans in a bowl of spicy sauce with cheese sprinkled on top usually comes to mind. Well at least that was my image of chili. I had seen people eating it every time I went there for burgers but never thought of giving it a try.
So… this kick ass chili recipe was inspired by laziness. I was nothing short of impressed by how amazing this chili turned out. It was thick and soooo good.
I'm all about chili. I love it so much. Especially on a blizzardy April day like today, it warms the toes.
Cristina Ferrare recommends crushing one or two tortilla chips over this chili for a little crunch and washing it down with an ice-cold beer. Use organic ingredients if available. Type keyword s to search.
Texas chili is the stuff of legend. Like most Americans, I grew up eating chili. This was Great Lakes region chili.
I just had to share this fabulous chili that I made this past weekend. I love using the slow cooker because I am busy and it helps me manage my time so that I am able to prepare healthy meals for my family without spending all of my spare time in the kitchen. The kids gobbled this up, I hope you love it too.
If you're looking for a good, easy meal to enjoy when the temperatures dip, this is your new favorite. For those of you who are shivering, I've got something that will warm you up. It doesn't have to be cold outside for you to enjoy this chili, though.
This recipe for My Best Chili is a major favorite around here! I shared more savory recipes back then, and because I was a new blogger, my pictures could only be described as terrible. You guys have won chili cook-offs with it, had your chili-hating kids love it, and made XL batches to keep in the freezer all winter long.