everybody loves this great hearty chili. i make this quite often, especially in the winter. also quite good using venison as a substitute. serve with hot dogs, cornbread, or maybe some cooked macaroni. i'll sometimes make this a day in advance as it always tastes better the second day. i don't use enough cilantro to have fresh on hand so i usually use dried in this recipe.
from sister-in-law to sister-in-law, and then from friend-to-friend, brenda passed this recipe to me! the combo of three varieties of beans in a savory, tangy-sweet sauce makes this bean dish disappear like a magic act!
this would be yummy for a tropical brunch. from "home cooking with the uncommon gourmet" by ellen heman. the cooking time includes freezing time for bananas and soaking time for raisins so do these things before bed the night before and sleep in ;)
berlin's traditional wheat beer is drunk with a schuss, or shot, of either green waldmeister syrup (germandeli.com) or red-raspberry syrup in it. most pleasant. another popular variation is "the radler" which is equal parts beer and sparkling lemonade, se
this is a recipe that my mom and i came up with. my hubby loves it and requests it often. for a quick version, try buying a pre-cooked box of seasoned fajita chicken instead of cooking your own. you can also buy black bean dip in a pinch.
recipe found in quick & easy magazine. total cost per serving is just under $1.00. to make this even more budget friendly, use only necessary amount of lemon peel and save the rest of the lemon for another recipe; use your own homemade chicken broth.
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