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    Mostly untried, but it's that time of year.
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    This is so good on a cold winter day and it's also easy to prepare.

    Recipe #43706

    Healthy and Low-Calorie.

    Recipe #51526

    This is my father-in-laws recipe for chili. I love to make it on a cold winter night. Sometimes I serve it with Corn Chips in the bottom of the bowl, topped with the chili and then top the chili with grated cheddar cheese

    Recipe #11149

    This chili recipe has been developed over a period of years. IMHO, there is no better chili. The recipe can be cut down and made in smaller batches - but it freezes well. This is a day long project, but for those who like chiles it is well worth the effort. Remember, real chile has no beans.

    Recipe #25014

    A football weekend/cold weather family favorite.

    Recipe #26001

    7 Reviews |  By P4

    This recipe is an approximation of a famous dish in Cincinnati called "Skyline Chili" or just "Skyline". The original recipe was developed by a Greek who owned several chili parlors, and is very different from what most of us think of as chili. It's very popular in Cincinnati, but the recipe is kept very closely guarded secret. My husband LOVES Skyline, so I found 2 recipes that he declares are the closest to the one made in Cincinnati. This is the first recipe. When serving, you have to serve the chili with the toppings - each person can make their chili "3-way", "4-way" or "5-way" depending on the number of toppings they add.

    Recipe #56011

    A great chilly-day chowder. Serving amounts are an approximation.

    Recipe #142475

    This is an adopted recipe that I've not yet had the chance to try. I have made similar vegetarian chilis before, and feel comfortable recommending it especially considerng the extant reviews, but would love more feedback from anyone else who might get to it before I do. Thanks!

    Recipe #6854

    Better-than-store-bought tortilla chips. Dig in.

    Recipe #14578

    5 Reviews |  By KelBel

    A smoky vegetarian chili recipe.

    Recipe #98835

    A copycat of Skyline Chili, true Cincinnati chili, except it's less greasy! I combine all the dry spices times ten and keep the "Skyline Spice Mix" in a jar cannister. One batch of chili will use 3/8 cup of spice mix. The spice mix is also tasty as a meat rub for steak, pork and chicken.

    Recipe #110548

    7 Reviews |  By ShaGun

    My husband makes this every year for our church's chili cook-off. He has placed every single time he's entered it. Half the judges always tell him that this was the best chili they've ever had.

    Recipe #115654

    This soup is quick to make, flavorful, and filling! Serve with warm corn bread or tortillas. This also freezes well.

    Recipe #4574

    17 Reviews |  By Mirj

    A thick hearty soup. Delicious served with a fresh dinner roll.

    Recipe #13519

    9 Reviews |  By Lennie

    Martha says this is a "novel way to serve soup".

    Recipe #13557

    They say that the Soup Nazi's restaurant in New York City makes the world's best soup. If you prefer a carnivor's version of mulligatawny soup, try recipe #57831. As requested, I give credit for this copycat recipe to Todd Wilbur. From www.TopSecretRecipes.com

    Recipe #71193

    I love this recipe, friends crave it, some have me over once a month just to cook this ( :P ) and my husband who doesn't eat soup and wouldn't even try lentils ate it up in seconds! I do love this, as its great tasting and well worth the effort! This is seriously something you must try! Its something I have perfected over the years, so my measurement are guesstimates but they are pretty spot on! This is one of those recipes that takes an afternoon to cook and tastes even better the next day, but this makes a lot of soup and it freezes so well its worth it! This is a thick soup so could be served as a meal!If you absolutely need to add meat, I cook a generous amount of thinly sliced prosciutto and serve on top of soup under the shredded Parmesan.

    Recipe #99564

    This is a Mean Chef adopted recipe. His comments are: Adapted from Chile pepper magazine. This soup is fantastic - creamy, spicy, mushroomy with chunks of meaty portobella.

    Recipe #108889

    This is a simple and tasty crock pot recipe that as a wife & mother who works outside the home, I have used frequently to the delight of my family.

    Recipe #16805

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