Saturday, November 01, 2008

Chili Recipe - Give Away Post


After I posted my recipe last week for Chili I had several comments about how different my recipe was from their recipe. I had to laugh because I thought everyone made chili like I did.

So I decided to challenge my readers to post their recipe on their blogs so we can see how you make it! If you post your recipe and post a link to my blog on your blog I will enter your name into a drawing for some CQ goodies. I've done a little shopping this week and I will share my new goodies with one lucky Chili maker. If you like buttons you will really like this giveaway!

Remember all you have to do is post your Chili recipe on your blog, post a link to my blog and leave me a comment so I can find it. I look forward to seeing how you make your chili.

Post your recipe by Friday, November 7th, 2008 to be placed in the drawing.

5 comments:

crazyqsis said...

here is my recipe
a medium pkg of ground beef browned
2 lg cans of kidney beans
3-4 cans of tomato soup
1 onion
some chopped celery
chopped green pepper
2tbsp cocoa powder
(chilli powder and 1/2tsp cummin to taste or a pkg of taco spice)
a squirt of mustard
Throw it allin to a slow cooker in the am
good at lunch better at supper cool in fridge and serve left overs if there are and next day warmed up best. something about infused flavour over time same rules for tomato meat sause
Melisa

Margaret said...

Hi, Karen. I updated my blog with a chili recipe and a link to your blog. (Hadn't figured out how to do the links until today!) They are showing up at the bottom and I see most others along the side...I'm probably not doing it right yet!

Enjoyed your chili recipe!

Margaret said...

Oops...forgot to leave you my blog address: http://fiberdreamdiva.blogspot.com/

Margaret

Kathy said...

Karen, I posted my chili recipe and a link to your blog. Thanks for the chance at a great give-away.

GailM. said...

What a fun challenge.... Here's my chili recipe. It's actually called Chili Con Carne. It's not got anything unusual in it but it's comfort food to me. A new way to eat it, is on top of a green salad with taco chips. http://quilt-knit-run-sew.blogspot.com/2008/11/chili-con-carne-and-wheat-stitch.html