There are a bajillion chili recipes on here, but this is my fave. My neighbor Renee, a Midwestern gal, made this for Halloween a few years ago and i fell in love. Didn't know I loved chili so much! Posted at the request of another great gal...ncmysteryshopper! Update 10/7: ncmysteryshopper had some difficulty finding some of these specialized pinto beans so she created a similar chili with the same flavors, but without the fancy beans. For those of you in a non-pinto friendly area, you can give her recipe #329160 a try-looks yummy too!!
Found these in Real Simple and they are yummy. Succulent, moist, a nice departure from a normal burger and a great way to sneak some veggies in on your family. Served them with garlic fries, hot out of the oven. This is my little ode to Bergy, our Queen of Burgers.
SO simple, so yummy, so quick! I like to cook the veggies almost underdone so they are tender, yet still very crunchy. Because of so few ingredients, you must use good quality olive oil. Believe me, I skimp on fancy schmancy ingredients elsewhere when I cook, but for this, bring out that good bottle!
Very simple, very yummy. This is my favorite kind of cooking...just a few quality ingredients that really compliment each other. Adapted from Paola di Mauro, but given to me by my dad who is a sophisticated foodie who also appreciates simple tastes.
Found this recipe in a magazine years ago. It's a nice twist on fettuccine alfredo -- using creamed corn as the base for the "alfredo sauce." RitaL suggested adding jalapeño peppers. I think this is a great idea. I'll be making this recipe next week (May, 06) and will try it with serrano or jalapeño chiles.