Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Red Chili for a Redheaded Girl

Over the years, I have grown a deep love for all things spicy.  If asked what I would eat if I had to eat the same meal every day for the rest of my life, on a good day I would say chili.  On a bad day, I would say celery because I would be feeling less-than-pretty and eating celery actually burns calories!  But anyway, I’m here to talk about the good days.  Chili is one of my favorite foods because it is many things:
  • Colorful (which is fun and by default means somewhat healthy)
  • Flavorful
  • Protein-packed (beans and meat?!)
  • Hearty
  • Hot (in temperature and flavor)
  • Red (like my head)

Because I’m such a chili-lover, Mr. Converse Sneakers set out to make the best chili ever.  He’s a great hubby – he loves cooking for me and hearing what I think about his cooking.  I love that man so much (even more than chili)!

A few of you suggested that Mr. CS make an appearance here from time to time to talk about manly things.  Well, he has his own blog, so I thought whenever he writes about something you might like reading about, I’ll link to it.

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Today, he’s talking about my new favorite chili that is low in calories (made with ground turkey) and betcha-by-golly-wow full of flavor.  He adapted a recipe and his posted it on his blog.  Check it out here on Obviously Cheddar.

Let me know if there is anything else you would like his input on around here!

3 comments:

  1. ampardini@yahoo.comJanuary 17, 2012 at 12:53 PM

    Oh, yum, how did you know I was looking for a good chili recipe! I'm off to his site right now! Thank you.

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  2. The Chili looks great, I can almost smell it!
    Yummmmmmmm!

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  3. yumm yumm i really want something like this now!

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