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  1. Ohh, one of our all time favourite dishes!! This chilli sounds sooo good and I adore cornbread!!
    Look forward to reading your new posts too!!

  2. How exciting for you! I have never been there? Where is this place in Utah?? I better scout it out! Chili and cornbread are tasting extra good right now!

  3. This looks so good! I love chili, especially during colder months! It’s always perfect with cornbread. It’s hard to believe that some places are getting snow already- I’m in South Carolina and it’s been in the 80s the past few days!

  4. while that shili looks warmy and soothing i am eying up the recipe for the corn bread. together this is simply perfect for cooler days!

  5. That chili looks and sounds delish! Even though we are now heading towards summer, it’s still not too warm for a bowl of chili. And how exciting to be writing for the Cafe Zupas blog. Will look forward to reading it.

  6. I love chili and am always looking for new recipes to try out (still haven’t found “the one”) – I’m excited to give this one a try.

  7. I did not know that October is National Chili Month! How cool & thanks for bringing it to our attention with such a yummy recipe.

  8. mmm, I love chili! I have yet to find the absolute best chili ever – it’s one of those things, you know? Sadly, I don’t even know if I know what I want from it. I will have to give this recipe a try, it looks awfully tasty an simple.

    Snow in October; normally I would have scoffed as such an idea. However, last weekend we had our first snowfall as well[North Dakota aka South Canada]. I have ordered a super coat for this winter in preparation.

  9. Wow – national chili month- but do we really need a reason to celebrate. Sounds hearty and delicious. Plus the cornbread sounds spicy and yummy.

  10. Did you say, National. Chili. Month.? Oh, I’m soooo there. Wow, you have snow already! This chili and cornbread would be perfect on a cold day!

  11. Oh this is a wonderful chili I must try this one out! I didn’t know it was national chili month either – I learn something new each day!

    How exciting for you Debs to be writing for another blog!

    Rosie x

  12. I love chili! And this one looks really tasty. Who knew there was a whole month dedicated to chili?
    And I’m jealous you have snow. I don’t ski either, but I just like snow.

  13. I’ve been thinking of making a pot of chili for my husband, and this one looks great! Hope you and baby are doing well, too!

  14. Our weather has been so weird this month, that I haven’t thought about chili yet… but, your picture has me thinking it’s going to be time soon! I love the cornbread you made, too.

  15. I have to admit I was excited when it snowed. I love winter. Anyway, your chili sounds fantastic. I love that it has bacon in it. 🙂 The cornbread also looks fabulous.

  16. Congrats on your zuppa gig. I’ve got to get there and I bet your writing will just do the trick to get me throught the door. I love that cornbread recipe and the chili looks like a big warm hug.

  17. hi! I just stumbled upon your blog and i love it! thanks so much for the experiments. I too am a fellow experimentational baker and i appreciate your enthusiasm. (sometimes my husband gets mad because i can’t make the same recipe twice.

    I am going to make this chili as soon as it cools down. ok… maybe sooner!

    thanks for the excellent blog.

    Angela

  18. i sure didn’t know that about october, although it makes perfect sense. your chili sounds fantastic, and i’m even more smitten with your cornbread. ah, comfort. 🙂

  19. Yum! I don’t really need much warming at the moment, but if I did I would dig into this like a mule eating an apple!

    Congrats on being part of the new blog! I checked it out, can’t wait to see more!

  20. I saw this recipe the other day & knew I had to try it. I cooked up the beginning part early this am, before my husband got up. He came out & said "something sure smells good" I told him I was working on supper!!! It is now in the crock pot, warming away!!!

  21. Chili seems to be popular in the blog world this week and I have to say yours looks very, very tempting. I’d quite like to get my spoon and get stuck right in!

  22. I was so sad about the snow too. It’s way too early for that! But, on the bright side, I do love chili and I guess it’s a perfect month to make it.

  23. Ok YUM 😀 I am from Utah too, I think I have everything but the bacon for this recipe I need to give it a try , Carm

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