Is everyone preparing their menu for the Superbowl? I have a couple of new recipes that I will be making and posting – unfortunately after the Superbowl. Because of that, I wanted to share this great Chili recipe for a Superbowl party. I make my chili with turkey since it is lighter than ground beef and I make a thicker, sweeter chili. I like to serve it with extra sharp cheddar cheese and honey cornbread. You could also serve it as an appetizer with scoop-able chips. If it is too thick for your taste, just add more liquids for a thinner chili. Typically, I do not care for chili, but this recipe is one I love! You can find my Super Bowl Turkey Chili With Cornbread that I posted previously. I hope you enjoy it and let me know how you are planning for the Superbowl. I am not a football fan but I am interested in two west coast teams playing in New Jersey – a cold, wintery state with an open football stadium. Maybe it will snow making the game interesting!
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