Recipes to Chase Away the Chill

Chili and Stew recipes that will warm you on the inside.
Courtesy Family Features
October 10, 2011


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When there’s a chill in the air, nothing warms the body better than a bowl of chili or stew, especially if it’s spicy.

Savory and satisfying, chili is just right for dinner on a busy weeknight, but is also a great dish for casual weekend entertaining. Set out sour cream, cilantro and shredded cheese for toppers and let guests help themselves to a hearty bowl. Pair with a corn muffin or tortilla chips to round out the menu. Or, serve up a bowl of stew made with tender braised pork and fresh vegetables with the natural spice of apple cider and barrel-aged Tabasco sauce.

Delicious Chili and Stew Recipes:

Southwestern Bean Chili 

White Chicken Chili 

Cider-Braised Spicy Pork Stew 

 








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