Kate wrote:I have to tell you all, I made Sherry's Big Assed Chili Beef (w/ a little less sugar -- the tomatoes I bought were very sweet, and a just bit of salt), and it was out-of-this-world. I highly recommend it. I baked a potato, and filled it with this chili, and a bit of cheese and I was in heaven!
And, Sherry's right, the delicate flavor of the fresh tomatoes would be overpowered by a lot of chili powder, so go easy at first, and then adjust to your own taste. I found the amount recommended in the recipe to be perfect. I may even go and have it for lunch now...... mmmmmmmmm!
Thanks for sharing that, Sherry! I already make a very close version of Gayle's soup (and it is yummy!), so I will try some of the others and when I do, will thank each of you for your generous sharing. It's so nice to make something out-of-the-ordinary!
Sherry wrote:Oooo am glad it turned out ok and you liked it I was worried how it might turn out for others, even though its a simple recipe. I make it just *so* every time. And its great as a soup of sorts with just fresh bread. Thats my lunchtime style Am going to try one of the ones from here sometime soon, when I actually get to the store and buy some ingredients.
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