No one else know that camp song? Well trust me it's a good one. Today's post isn't actually about camp, although I'm sure I could come up with a great camp post or two, but about chili. I've been craving cold weather foods now that's it's gotten colder. By colder in Louisiana I mean the low 80s, but still it's been nice. So I decided a bowl of chili would really hit the spot.
I used this chili recipe from the food network. I was originally thinking about making it in the crock pot, but since I made it after work one day it was on the stove. I also didn't make the cheddar bread bowls in the recipe, but I'm sure they would have been delicious. I made a few changes, I adding chopped red pepper, and played with the spices. But overall I followed the recipe, and I think it turned out really good.
I ate my topped with avocados. The boy ate his over rice. He claims you can't eat chili without rice in Southern Louisiana. I guess my argument should have been you can't be from California and not eat chili topped with avocado.
What do you top your chili with? Or I guess serve it over in the case with rice?