Red or White Chili: Which Do You Prefer?
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Robin Miller’s veggie-friendly chili is full of protein-packed beans, fresh bell pepper and heaping spoonfuls of hot sauce, chili powder and pickled jalapeno.
When it's cold outside, nothing warms you up like a bowl of hot chili. Try Robin Miller's recipes for beef chili, turkey chili or vegetarian chili.
Use store-bought or leftover chili to create a corn and cheese casserole that can keep in the freezer until you're ready to eat.
Warm up with three regional chilis and see why each has a cult following. The experts share their recipes with Food Network Magazine.
Don’t shy away from preparing large amounts of food at once---it can save you time and money! My grandpa will only eat homemade food and when my grandma travels (sometimes for a month at a time!). So she prepares all her beloved homemade cuisine and freezes it in single-serve containers, from meatballs to stuffed peppers to meatloaf. Here are some great dishes to freeze and a few words of caution when freezing.
Check out our top five chili recipes below to find the best of what beans, veggies and spices can make.
I think the perfect tailgate food just might be chili. The one thing that can be agreed upon is that anyone who loves making chili thinks that theirs is the greatest. Well, that and that their team is the best.
It's chili season. Have no fear: I have a delightfully mild and chunky chili for your littles, and there's a spicier, soupier version for you.