Got a hankering for chili, but tired of the same old bean chili you've had countless times? Good. It's time to shake things up a little beef chili and beans try something different to get your taste buds excited. Here are four unique recipes for chili that will give your chili cravings some much needed variety.
Consider making this chunky slow cooker beef chili beans with a fabulous presentation. Instead of the usual serving bowls, the recipe uses a bread bowl. Hence, anyone will find the dish a delight not only because of the taste, but with the visual presentation, too.
One of the best ways to ward off winter blues is to get outside. Yes, it's cold. But getting out into the fresh air will refresh you. Getting yourself moving will really help, too. You feel worse if you sit around all the time. Get up and get your blood moving. Good circulation helps you feel better because your body is getting Chunky Beef Chili nutrients distributed evenly and properly. Toxins and wastes that build up are moved out of your cells and organs to be excreted properly from your body.
Now here is the beauty of having three pots. Some like their chili hot and some like it mild. For the hot pot you could add a teaspoon of Slow Cooker Beef Chili powder or a teaspoon of Piri Piri sauce.
Bet you thought I wasn't going to get to desserts didn't you? Ha! Fooled you. I simply saved the best for last! I recommend the Turtle Ice Cream Cake ($5.95) Ribbons of caramel, crunchy pecans, decadent chocolate cake and cold vanilla ice cream. Does it get any better than this? Well, yes if I'd had more time, and hadn't eaten the salmon, I'd probably be having the warm cobbler of the day ($3.95) in this case: cherry served ala mode. They also offer a Fire Fall Brownie Volcano ($5.95), Cheesecake with chocolate raspberry or strawberry topping ($4.50) and a Peanut Butter Pie Supreme ($5.95) which all sound detrimental to my waist line.
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