Chili

Chili

It’s Super Bowl season and regardless of your sports fan status, we think you’ll love this hearty chili recipe. It’s a simple, one-pot meal that features a handful of ingredients from the weekly sale display from January 30th – February 5th, so it’s gentle on the budget. Using dried beans requires a little more advanced preparation (soaking) and a longer cooking time, but dried beans are much more economical and the longer cook time allows much more flavor to develop.  Cook up an extra-large pot and freeze the leftovers for a busier weeknight. You’ll be so glad you did!

Chili

Planning a gathering for the big game?  Regardless of your sports fan status, we think you’ll love this hearty chili recipe. It’s a simple, one-pot meal that can feed a big crowd and it features a handful of ingredients from the weekly sale display from January 30th – February 5th, so it’s gentle on the budget. Using dried beans requires a little more advanced preparation (soaking) and a longer cooking time, but dried beans are much more economical and the longer cook time allows much more flavor to develop.  Cook up an extra-large pot and freeze the leftovers for a busier weeknight. You’ll be so glad you did!

Chili

Planning a gathering for the big game?  Whether you’re a sports fan or not, we think you’ll love this hearty chili recipe. It’s a simple, one-pot meal that can feed a big crowd and it features a handful of ingredients from the weekly sale display from January 31st – February 6th, so it’s easy on the budget. Using dried beans requires a little more advanced preparation (soaking) and a longer cooking time, but dried beans are much more economical and the longer cook time allows much more flavor to develop.  Cook up an extra large pot and freeze the leftovers for a busier weeknight. You’ll be so glad you did!