In preparing for an annual chili cook-off, I tested many chili recipes and have included 12 here. The chilis range from the classic to the unexpected (with ingredients like cherries, pineapple, and butternut squash) to the vegetarian.
Baked beans have been a favorite New England dish for hundreds of years. Look here for facts, folklore, and fun recipes.
Baked beans don't have to be boring. Here are some recipe ideas which let baked beans achieve their maximum potential.
Mexican chili? There’s no such thing. Chili con carne as we know it is an American invention. Let’s learn how it all began and explore some recipes.
A no fuss and easy to follow, step by step method on how to make chili in a slow cooker. A healthy slow cooker chilli con carne recipe which is ideal for brunch, lunch, dinner or for a snack.
This recipe is a healthy and inexpensive way to stretch your seafood budget. It's easy to make with a few simple ingredients. Optional variations to this are either using scallops or shrimp.
This crock-pot fall harvest chicken chili is packed full of nutritious fall veggies, like pumpkin, sweet potatoes, and carrots. You'll certainly want seconds after a delicious bowl of this chili.
Crockpots make cooking beans a total breeze. I've included step-by-step instructions and serving suggestions.
This is a delicious, smoky-sweet version of chili, full of sun-dried tomatoes and flavored with bourbon. It is quick and easy to prepare, and it is a very forgiving recipe if you are new to cooking.
My weekly routine of preparing and freezing refried pinto beans means that they're always at the ready whenever we need them. Compared to buying canned beans from the store, we save money and help the environment, too.
Dried beans are a healthy, inexpensive food. Read how to prepare and cook them properly. This recipe works for just about any type of dried bean.
This guide shows you how to buy, store, cook, and measure any bean you decide to make. Beans can be as gourmet as anything else we cook.
Cincinnati chili—a regional classic copied (but never duplicated) outside of Ohio, until now. Here's the history of this classic dish, an explanation of the components, and how to make it perfectly.
This clean eating hamburger chili is so delicious, and it's packed full of wonderful nutrition for your whole family, too. Serve it alongside some cornbread, corn casserole, or even some homemade chips for the best pairing.