This is really similar to the spread at panera/St. Louis Bread Company. I eat this on bagels, toast, english muffins, waffles. I store it in a plastic rubbermaid type container. I don't measure per se, just kind of judge by taste.
Every year in my area there is a city wide chili cookoff. My group has won 3 years in a row. This is my recipe (although I have scaled it down, we usually buy 30 lbs hamburger). It is hearty and easy, even my kids will eat it. I add fresh mushrooms to mine at home and add a bit more spice. If you can don't skimp on the ground sirloin, it is so much better than the cheaper stuff.
I have searched all over for a GREAT white chili recipe, I finally found one. This is SUPER easy and pretty quick. As with all chili, increase or decrease the spices to suit you. I add extra cumin and cilantro because I love them both so much.
Super easy chicken. I serve with yellow saffron rice and a salad. The ingredients sound gross together but they are so good. I have used creamy french, zesty french, catalina and russian dressings. i usually just get the cheapest I can find ;)
Found this at South Beach website. The recipe calls for fat free cheese, I can't stand the stuff, too rubbery for me. I made these and they are good and easy. You can freeze them and reheat in microwave.
From the South Beach Diet website. They say
"This mock soufflé is healthier than many other breakfast foods and easier to make, too. You can assemble it in the morning and bake it later when you're ready".
I got this from a lady who was a native of the island of Abaco in the Bahamas, she was the best cook on the island. It is better after it sits for a day or so. I use low fat mayo, but it's really good with the real deal. I'm unsure of how much this actually makes, so the serving number is just a guess, but it makes alot.