A BBQ spicy chili with lots of beans and meat. Just brown the meat, add the rest, and simmer!
My all-time favorite recipe, which my Dad makes every year on New Years Day for the college Bowl games. I prefer the ham hocks, but you can substitute a ham bone for them. To slice the sausage easier, put it in the freezer for about 20 minutes first. The longer you cook it the creamier the beans get; I love to let it simmer all day, the smell is wonderful. Serve with hot rice.
Most of the recipes I found don't include the ingredients I placed in mine. This is another new recipe I came up with for a chili cook-off. It went just as fast as the Southwestern style chili did and many people enjoyed it, as well. This, also, is meant to be cooked and then sit overnight.
This recipe was a product of necessity and is easily modified to accommodate what you have in your fridge or pantry... Makes great leftovers, too! Serve with cornbread!
A very quick chili, thanks to your trusty food processor or blender. And a very tasty chili, thanks to your trusty bacon.
One special ingredient--BBQ sauce--gives this great turkey chili extra flavor. Inspired by Matt's "Mad Matt's BBQ Spicy Chili"
A host of special ingredients give this complex chili an incredible taste. Inspired by bakerandahalf's "Northwestern Sweet Chili"
The taste of barbecue sauce turns this average chili into something spectacular. Kind of like adding LeBron James to the Cavs. Inspired by Matt's "Mad Matt's BBQ Spicy Chili."
Yes, there is Mexican food besides tacos and burritos. Try the taste of posole, a Mexican ingredient as authentic as pasta is in Italy.
This flavorful, hearty soup is everything a man could want...better yet, you can cook it outside on your favorite cooking device.
This traditional Mexican classic gets the slow cooker treatment.