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My husband loves a good plate of chili after a long day of work. Whether it is hot or cold outside, he will sit down and chow down two bowls full of chili. He loves the taste, texture and everything about it. When I do not feel like cooking chili, I head over to Wendy’s and pick some up for dinner (or he will bring it on his way home). We love to slice French baguette and put it in the oven until it is so toasty it is hard. Then from there, we enjoy dipping it into our chili until it is soft again. Yummy!
Well, the other day my neighbor Anne called me over to taste a new dish that she had made. Turns out she had made chili, but instead of the traditional red color full of ground beef, I found a white chili full of chicken. I was a taken aback… I had never seen anything like it! But I gave it a try and was pleasantly surprised! This was a white chicken chili that I could make at home, for sure! It was hearty, full of flavor and had chicken which was pretty cool!
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