Like I said in the last post, Chili is one of the things I most associate with winter – I absolutely love it! Whether it’s from Steak & Shake or Wendy’s or made at home, I need Chili at least once a week. (Have you ever filled a bowl halfway with Frito corn snacks, followed by a layer of shredded cheddar, and onions, then the rest of the way with Chili? Go there, you won’t regret it!)
The book above calls itself
The Ultimate Chili Cookbook: History, Geography, Fact, and Folklore of Chili
and I can’t dispute any of it.
From the Publisher:
“The Ultimate Chili Cookbook” explores every facet of the long history of chili: the geography of chili, different cultural approaches to preparing chili that have evolved throughout the United States, and fascinating folklore of chili. Also includes more than 135 wonderful mouthwatering chili recipes.
From the Blogger (that would be me): 135 mouthwatering chili recipes is worth a lot more than the $14 this book cost!
Two straight posts about chili has me craving some pretty strongly. I might just have to make some for supper AND hit up Steak & Shake for lunch. Dirty work, but someone’s gotta do it – I’m certain my partner in crime (youngest daughter Stephany) will be up to it. She gets the same look in her eye when eating S&S’s skinny fries that she does when watching a Johnny Depp movie – kind of like, “Don’t even bother talking to me right now…can’t be reached…”