It was a great way to spend a chilly Saturday night, eating delicious chili and soups from area culinary artists. Even better, the money raised was going to the Epilepsy Foundation of MN and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
Soup is one of my favorite foods. Broth, creamed, chicken, beef, all veggies, doesn't matter, I'm a fan. So, I'm looking forward to the upcoming inaugural event Winter Warm Up Soup & Chili Cook-off, a fundraiser for the Epilepsy Foundation of MN and St. Jude Children's Research Hospital at Superior Shores Resort in Two Harbors. Top chefs will be competing for trophies.
The weather today is suppose to be rainy, windy and cold. There's nothing better than walking into a warm home smelling delicious with homemade chili and hand-crafted bread! With the help of Taste of Home you can create that scenario tonight with ease. I did and it made enough for lunches the next day!
After years of alternating between two family favorite chili recipes, I've found a third. Surprisingly, it's made with hunks of pork and is super easy to make. I found the recipe from Taste of Home and tried it over the weekend. Here's three reason why I think you should try it too.
What a perfect recipe for a snowy day, which, we are suppose to be experiencing again this week. Have the ingredients on hand, so you can treat those sliders and snow shovelers when they come in from outside and need a little TLC warmth and comfort!