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Chili in Dallas tonight!
So I need to update my recipes and looking through here I don't see that I have posted any Chili recipes that I use. Of course it could be the glass of Gallo Moscato that is making me miss the postings lol. Either way, here are two of the recipes I use all the time and they really are awesome. I especially LOVE the chicken chili, it rocks. So enjoy and let me know what you think.
"Chili concocted outside of Texas is usually a weak, apologetic
imitation of the real thing. One of the first things I do when I get
home to Texas is to have a bowl of red. There is simply nothing better."
- Lyndon B. Johnson, 36th President of the United States
Well I have to tell you that this recipe was cause of some contention in our home as this is my hubbies own personal recipe! However in the spirit of Memorial day weekend and "for the greater good", (Chant - the greater good - Hot Fuzz reference lol), I have permission to share; you are special indeed!
So for this recipe I used the following:
1 Dozen Eggs. 1 Tablespoon of Mayonnaise. 1/2 Tablespoon of Caesar Dressing. 1/2 Tablespoon of Ranch Dressing. 1 Teaspoon of chopped/minced Dill Pickles, reserve 1 teaspoon of juice. 1/2 Teaspoon of Mustard, we use yellow mustard. 1/2 Teaspoon of White Vinegar. Salt and Pepper to taste. Paprika for later, to sprinkle over finished Deviled Eggs.
Boil your eggs. When ready, pop the eggs into a bowl of iced water. This prevents the egg yokes getting that blueish color around the edges. Shell the eggs, then slice them in half. Pop out the yellow yokes into a separate bowl and place your empty halved egg whites onto a tray. Cover these and place in…
Ok kids, there are many, many recipes out there for this and as you know like most recipes they range from easy to hard. Well that special someone loves Chocolate Ice Box Pie and so it was a must that I not only learn how to make it, but make it really, really yummy, just like Grand Ma made it lol! So I searched and searched and found a recipe that to me sounded too easy, so easy in fact that I just had to try it and see how it would go down!
Well I followed this really easy recipe to a T, and whalla, it made the most delicious pie ever, so much so that I even liked it and I don't do chocolate pies/cakes, although I do love chocolate lol! So here you go...give it a whirl and see what you think!
You will need the following...such a long list...NOT!
1 Pint of Vanilla Ice Cream. 1 Cup of Milk. 1 Large packet of Chocolate Instant Jello Pudding. 1 9" pie shell, of course if you have time, you can make your own pie crust.
Then you pretty much blend everything together. In a mixer, blen…