I love Autumn. It is by far my most favorite season of the year. Since I am living on the West Coast of the U.S. right now, I miss the season of Autumn. Crisp, cool air, beautifully changing leaves, cold football games, and yummy Fall foods. I can’t change the fact that the leaves don’t change here, but I can definitely recreate the foods! We spend all of the next few months baking soft pumpkin cookies and soft gingerbread cookies, eating yummy Butternut Squash ravioli, and melting fall-fragranced sprinkles in the candle warmer. And we eat a lot of soup! Nothing says Autumn to me like a nice warm bowl of soup, with some toasty bread on the side.
This week, it is Autumn Inspiration Week at the Inspired Bloggers Network. A group of 31 bloggers will be sharing all-things-Autumn so be sure to drop by and read all of the amazing posts! This week, I will be sharing lots of yummy Fall food recipes, starting with my husband’s chili. Soup.
Many years ago, my husband and I were active in a small local church and they hosted a chili-cookoff. Now my husband is quite a good cook, and he wanted to bring something really good but different. So he pulled out a few cookbooks, tried a few recipes, combined a few recipes into one and came up with this amazing Chicken Chili. Now I know what you are thinking. “Chicken Chili is not chili.” I can almost hear you say that! No matter how many times my husband takes his Amazing Chicken Chili to a chili cookoff, he never wins. It’s not the quintessential chili recipe judges are looking for. But I will tell you a secret: Our pot is ALWAYS empty when we come home. Even if he triples the recipe! This stuff is good. Click here to download your free printable.
Also linking up at Frugal Family Weekend Potluck.