Recipe of the Day: Guy's Turkey 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.
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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.
Who doesn’t love leftover turkey? There are so many creative ways to enjoy it (it was tough limiting it to 5), but making sure your food is safe to eat is equally important. Here are 5 yummy ways to enjoy your leftover turkey and safety tips for handling leftovers.
Even after the baby arrives, it’s still important for moms to get extra calories so they can keep their energy high, heal from delivery and have fuel for breastfeeding. These recipes will keep my family covered during those first few hectic weeks.
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.
Make a batch of Food Network Magazine's one-pot Spicy Vegetarian Chili for Meatless Monday dinner and serve with Paula Deen's old-fashioned Biscuits.