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Today my little NDSU team participated in the Chili Cook-Off sponsored by the Sheltering Churches Project. We had an all female team and the three students who joined me - Tamara Nelson, Cari Oye, and... Posted on 3/9/13 at 9:55 PM
CHEF JEFF Chipotle Black Bean Chili
Have you every wondered why black beans have become so popular in the United States in recent years? They've long been a staple in our south-of-the-border neighbor, Mexico, where they're called frijol... Posted on 2/8/13 at 2:31 PM
REGGIE TALES DC Randomness
I won't bore everyone with all the details of our just completed trip to Washington D.C., but rather, I will hit a few of the high points. The above photo I took just before we landed at Reagan Nati... Posted on 3/27/12 at 11:31 AM
STAFF BLOG SUE DOEDEN'S ALL ABOUT FOOD Wicked Chili
There must be as many ways to make chili as there are shades of Sherwin-Williams paints. There's no right or wrong way to make chili. It's all about what pleases your taste buds. And, I'm always willi... Posted on 1/1/11 at 1:01 AM
Sheila Smith hands Kylee Schmalz a bowl of chili as her mom, Jamie Schmalz, looks on at the Sweetpeas Elite Cleaning booth at the first Winter Tailgate Chili Cookoff at the Biesiot Activities Center in Dickinson on Saturday night.
I was using a soup spoon to scrape the shallow puddle of spicy, rich, dark red gravy from the bottom of a deep bowl. “How could anyone even miss meat in this chili?” I posed the question to my husband as we sat at the table finishing our meal of a bean-dominated piquant chili.
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