The Food Dish
We asked you to submit your favorite chili recipes, and you sure delivered!
There were some pretty unique recipes submitted for our chili cook-off. Many of these recipes have been crowned ward cook-off champs, so you might say we had a tournament of chili champions. Here's our third-place winner! Stay tuned for our second-place and first-place winners!
2 lbs ground pork
1 medium onion chopped
I cup canned pumpkin
1 (28 oz) can diced stewed tomatoes
1 (16 oz) can chili beans
6oz bottled chili sauce
1 to 2 tbsp chili powder
2 tsp pumpkin pie spice
1 tsp brown sugar
1 ½ tsp salt
1 tsp pepper
Brown your meat until no longer pink. Combine the other ingredients and pour over meat. Put everything in a crockpot and cook on low for 4-5 hours.
Yield: 2 servings
Prep Time: 15 minutes
The panini may have originated in Italy, but its popularity has spread around the world. In the USA, UK, and Canada, this pressed and toasted sandwich (“toastie” to many) is usually made on a panini press to give it those trademark grooves. If you don’t own a press, don’t despair—you can still enjoy your own version of this sandwich by simply toasting it in a frying pan and placing a foil-covered brick on top of the sandwich.
6 stalks thin asparagus, washed well and trimmed
Home is where good things happen, and for the Romney family, the heart of the home is the kitchen. These are some of our family classics that have endured the test of time and brought us closer together over the dinner table.
This versatile recipe works well with any vegetables you have on hand. Packed with protein, it cuts calories and fat by using a rice crust—a clever way to use leftover rice—instead of traditional pie crust.
Prep Time: 20 minutes
Did you know that it takes 540 peanuts to make one 12-ounce jar or peanut butter? If peanut butter is your thing, then bust out a jar because it’s national peanut butter lover’s month!
Smooth or crunchy, with chocolate or without, no matter the texture or recipe peanut butter has made its way into the hearts of many Americans. In honor of National Peanut Butter Lover’s month, we thought we would share some quick facts about peanut butter that you probably didn’t know:
- Peanut butter was first introduced in 1904 at the St. Louis World’s Fair.
- Peanut butter has other uses outside of eating, such as eliminating fish odors, removing sticky items such as gum or stickers, fixing scratched CDs, polishing the furniture, or curing the hiccups.