What could be better on a cold, rainy (or snowy) day than a piping hot bowl of chili?
Here’s the link to our recipe: https://cookingwithboandmia.com/recipes/thick-hearty-chili/
Although we use fresh or home-frozen tomatoes, we have been using canned tomato paste. Soon, I plan to learn how to make my own tomato paste, so we can avoid the preservatives found in canned foods. If I’m successful, I’ll let you know how it’s done. Heck, even if I’m not successful, I’ll let you know. Maybe you can come up with a better method.
Cooler weather requires comfort food, and this recipe is one of the easiest. Sooooo good. For the recipe click right here.
Just like apples, pecans, and other nuts, citrus fruits come into season in the fall and winter. So even though this recipe may appeal to many as a summer pie, because it is cool and refreshing, this is the best time to get fresh Key limes. For the recipe click here. Thanks for visiting.
Although today was milder, it has been colder than normal around here for the last few days. After above average temps, the cold mornings were quite a shock. On a chilly day, soup comes to the rescue. This is a thick, satisfying, hearty meal — true comfort food. For the recipe, click right here.