Chili Stew Spices Up the Winter Appetite

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Chili Stew Spices Up the Winter Appetite

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There’s nothing like the sassy, spicy taste of Chili Stew to perk up the winter dinner. For me, a pot of chili goes a long way. Chili dogs are a favorite as well as chili burritos.

One of the key ingredients in my version of this delicious red elixir is pineapple juice. I like a slightly sweet stew. Beans are an integral part of a successful recipe in my book, so I try to use two or three different types of beans whenever possible. A bag of 15 Bean Soup does the trick very nicely; just don’t use the flavor packet.

There isn’t a clear and concise history of chili. The International Chili society’s History of Chili is a good place to start for a little insight for where it originated.

There are quite a few books available with chili recipes. It’s fun to sample the different ways chili is made and try to guess which type of cuisine may have influenced the Southwestern origins of the dish.

Other Resources

Books Recipes
Chili!!! | ChowDOTcom
Chili Hot,… | AllRecipesDOTcom Chili Recipes
Slow Cooker Recipes …. | Food Network Chili Recipes
Classics Collection Chili | Quick and Easy Chili Recipes
Chili Greats | Cooking Light Chili Recipes
Grand Pa’s Home Made Chili</> | Martha Stewart Chili Recipes
Chili: Recipes for a Bodacious …. | Southern Living Chili Recipes

Chili is like pizza. Whenever anyone makes it over and over, it becomes their own. Look how the pizza has evolved over the years since it’s arrival on the food scene. It depends how far back you want to go in history as to what story you believe about pizza’s origins.

Chili, like pizza, is also a on most people’s list of comfort foods. Like pizza, Chili originated in one culture and is now enjoyed by people belonging to many different cultures. It’s an international food.

You’ll find my own recipe for chili on Hubpages, My Idea of Chili Stew. My favorite place to get spices is Penzeys.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Tanya is a displaced Californian, living in Texas. She has a day job and she dabbles with writing. Along with other Squids, she migrated to Hubpages and continues to post articles there under the pseudonym, Arachnea. Tanya’s virtual life is more exciting than day-to-day-life. There are a few bright spots, however. The local symphony and arts community are two such bright spots and the occasional meet-up with friends makes for a third. Originally from California, she takes life as it comes in her temporary sojourn.


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