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    Lose 50 Lbs. Like I Did With Manolo’s Delicious Chili Diet

    This is a paid post contributed by a Patch Community Partner. The views expressed in this post are the author’s own, and the information presented has not been verified by Patch. We’ve all tried so many diets we’ve become self-proclaimed experts. Truly believing we have a handle on why we do not keep the pounds off! We start strong, but it quickly gets boring. I will share how I peeled off the weight by blending days of vegetarian foods; and how I used these foods as a base that can incorporate meat and chicken feasts to feed the whole family!  Read More

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    Food Network’s Best Chili Recipes for Game Day

    On a cold Super Bowl Sunday, nothing hits like a warm, hearty bowl of chili. From traditional to healthy, there are dozens of ways to prepare the classic dish. So, to make your gameday easy, here are five of the best chili recipes from Food Network. Chili and Cornbread for Super Bowl party spread | Glenn Asakawa/The Denver Post via Getty Images 1. Tyler’s Texas Chili — from Food Network’s ‘Food 911’ Tyler Florence’s Texas Chili adds spicy southern flavors to this winter favorite. It starts with a lightly roasted chili seasoning made from scratch, including ancho chilis, oregano, paprika,   Read More

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    How the Korean chili paste became so popular in the U.S.

    “I know what it’s implying, but I’ve always hated that kind of implication. Gochujang isn’t the ‘next’ anything to me, you know?” said Eric Kim, a food writer for The New York Times. “It is and has always been gochujang. I never like to say a pantry ingredient is ‘trending’ or ‘mainstream,’ because that implies it is new. But new to whom? Gochujang is one of the oldest foodstuffs, beloved by millions of people for centuries.” Other food experts found the term misleading, indicating that the paste was never meant to succeed the “mainstream” Sriracha. “I think whoever   Read More

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    Vegan Chef Tabitha Brown Shares her Vegan Chili Recipe

    Vegan chef and viral sensation Tabitha Brown shared her vegan chili recipe with Vogue. With Fall approaching, chili is just what we need while staying inside safe from the coronavirus. “2020 has been something else ain’t it?” she says in the video. Tabitha’s chili uses three types of beans and substitutes pecans for meat! Her chili recipe uses kidney beans, black beans, and baked beans. Brown is her positive, optimistic self in the video as she shares how to add spices, peppers, and tomatoes to her meal. No vegan chili is complete without vegan cheddar cheese and chives. As Brown   Read More

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    Smith: Chili sauces bring more than heat | Food and Cooking

    Which condiment do you grab? Sriracha, classic chili sauce or maybe a sweet red chili sauce? These are all examples of different kinds of chili sauce, some of which are excellent for dipping our favorite finger foods. Chili sauce is a blend of puréed or chopped chili peppers, vinegar, sugar and salt. Each type has their own unique taste that complements certain foods. Chili sauce differs from a hot sauce in that chili sauces are thicker and may have pieces of ingredients intact. The classic chili sauce you find in a bottle at the grocery store is a thick red   Read More

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