Game Day Eats


As the weather gets cooler, kind of, and various sports are starting up, I felt like making my first chili of the season was appropriate. I’ve tested a few different recipes in the past and this concoction that I made seems to satisfy all the flavor requests, a hint of sweetness, slight spice, and more veggies! That last one is my request. It’s also fantastic if frozen or eaten as leftovers. What’s more, this is a perfect crockpot dish. I just brown the meat the night before and then toss everything into the crockpot before I head to work. When I get home, dinner is done. Perfect! I generally eat mine with a healthy side of tortilla chips, but you could opt for some corn bread, or even have a little over some brown rice or quinoa. This chili is super filling so a little goes a long way, too.


  1. Brown meat in heavy stock pan over medium high heat. Once cooked through, add in the onion, green pepper, jalapeno, mushrooms and garlic. Cook until the vegetables are softened, about 8-10 minutes. Add in seasoning, beans and sauce and let simmer for at least an hour.


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