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Chili has always been one of my favorite things.
Over the years, as I learned to cook, chili was always that one thing that never went wrong and I knew I could prepare for a crowd and be fine. My husband has been a pastor for years now so we have had so many people in and out of our house as overnight guests, or just dinner guests for fellowship or counseling. It is always such a wonderful time and we have such fond memories of all the years of people coming over to visit us. Now, by coming over to visit, I mean oftentimes people surprised us.
They wanted to chat, they stop by and next thing you know, it is dinnertime, my family is hungry, but I know what I had thawed is not going to be enough to feed these guests. So, I have learned from those years of inexperience and now always (and I mean ALWAYS) have the ingredients on hand to make this cornbread chili.
It is an easy recipe that is both filling and delicious and serves a crowd, so I know it is perfect for any unexpected guests. This has saved me so many times!
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Quick Tip: Add in some red pepper flakes to the cornbread mix to give some extra heat