Facebook0Tweet0Pin0Yummly0Email0LinkedIn0Print0 I have been getting that feeling for a while now…. it is time to still my need for chili and Mexican food. Fresh Mexican food, not just tacos that come in a shop-bought-kit with spices and one or another suspicious sauce… but homemade with lots of zesty limes, sweet tomatoes, freshly roasted spices, golden cheddar cheese and […]
Now you can make your very own A&W Chili Dogs with this super easy Copycat recipe. A great topping for your hot dogs.
Are you looking for something that is appetizing and also tickles your tongue? Try this 🇲🇽 one-pot Vegan Chili( Chili Con Carne)!
There are few things more indulgent than biting into chili dogs. With a soft bun, all-beef hot dog, warm ground beef chili, and melted cheddar cheese, this easy recipe is the best way to eat a hot dog. The humble Chili dog has become synonymous with amusement parks and college dining... #gameday
Autumn is there, and so are the pumpkins and the colder weather. Time for a healthy and chili soup to prepare for the long and cold months that are to com
As most of you probably know, I am not a huge fan of meat but I am also no vegan. Cheese is one of my main food groups. But when I first bought a Crockpot (back in the day), I was looking around on the Internet for recipes and stumbled across this one. It is [...]
Before I get into the story of this chili, you need to know two things: 1. It is really good. 2. It is not that hard to make. Now that I’ve gotten that out of the way, I’ll tell you that Toby and I were both pretty skeptical about it. It has a ton of [...]
When I started thinking about our Super Bowl party, I immediately decided I wanted to make pulled pork and chili. Toby has an award-winning chili recipe and will be posting that later. But I thought the slow-cooker would be perfect for the pork. We had slow-cooker pulled pork sandwiches at Matt and Hilary’s house a [...]
Toby doesn’t cook much, but he does make chili. In fact, he was already an award-winning chili chef when I met him. Of course, the award may have had a little to do with the fact that the judges were Marines and the chili contains bourbon. But this chili IS good. And pretty easy to [...]
I know you weren’t thinking a milkshake was the only thing I made Toby for his birthday. I wanted to make a special breakfast, lunch and dinner. The milkshakes — with some Dixie Chili coneys — were for lunch. And he wanted to grill for dinner, so I made some sides and a pie (which [...]
I hate onions. Well, kinda. Somehow, the girl who orders her enchiladas and burritos and chili dogs and hamburgers and salads without onions… loves onion rings. And onion dip. With potato chips, which I also normally don’t like. It’s an enigma. But, while I can’t explain it, I can embrace it. And I figured that [...]
Our friend Travis is a serious griller. Not only do he and his wife Heather make several gallons of chili every fall weekend for Navy game tailgates, Travis still always makes sure to bring beef or pork (often rubbed with the awesome coffee his brother makes, and accompanied by some kind of homemade sauce), hamburgers, [...]
Are you ready for the Super Bowl? This will be the first time in several years that I won’t be around for Super Bowl, which is very strange for me… and possibly even stranger for Toby. He’s going to have to order some pizza and wings, I guess, or make his own bourbon chili, pulled pork, [...]
After I graduated from college and moved to South Carolina, my dinners generally came from a can, a box, the freezer, or a restaurant. I baked cookies and cakes and muffins occasionally, but I really didn’t know how to cook “real” (non-sugary) food, particularly meals that could go from stove (or microwave) to my tiny table in about [...]
While I don’t think there’s every been a time in my life that I didn’t like chili dogs, I’ve never beeen big on eating just chili. I realize that puts me in the minority, of course, but it means I usually don’t make chili unless I need to feed a crowd. Of course, Super Bowl [...]
This is a meatless alternative to the popular Vietnamese street food, Bánh Tráng Nướng. Thin rice paper sheets topped with vegan ground pork and spring onions mixed in a vegan eggy mixture, then fried until the rice paper pizza is crispy and the bottom turns golden brown. Serve with mayonnaise or sweet chili sauce and enjoy!
Years ago I had a dish like the above photo at a restaurant and fell in love! I could taste mayo, and sweetness, and some kind of chilis, but I couldn't figure out how to duplicate it. I searched the internet and found a million ratios of the same 3 or so ingredients, so this is mine. You can batter and fry, or bake the protein of your choice (we've had this sauce on shrimp and chicken), or you can buy pre-made battered shrimp or chicken for a quick weeknight meal. This sauce takes less than 5 minutes to whip up and it is amazing!
This is one of my family's favorite chilly-weather recipes and it's so easy to prepare. This Crockpot Southwest Chili Recipe takes about 15 minutes to prep, but then you simply throw the ingredients into a crockpot and let it simmer for about 6 hours on its own. That's it! This Southwest-style chili can cook by itself while you work, run errands, or play with the kids.
This year I'm trying to start the New Year off on the best foot that I can, and that means eating better. I've got lots of healthy recipes coming your way, but today's post is all about healthy soups, stews, and chilis and I've rounded up 37 recipes from some awesome food bloggers! The list contains lots of varieties including some vegetarian, vegan, paleo, keto, low fat, low carb, and clean options, so there's something for everyone.