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  • Annas oh so good Chili from creativeanna in Vancouver, CA.
    This is my own creation of what we like in chili. Sweet and Spicy the sweetness depends on you. I hope you all enjoy....
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  • gkaylia1026 2 years ago
    Hi..sorry I didn't see your message until now. I have a 1/8 cup dry ingredients measure so I just fill that up 7 times for 7/8. That is kind of an odd amount to measure...but since I didn't write the recipe I didn't think I should change it. I hope they turn out for you.
  • elgourmand 5 years ago
    Thanks for saying yes to my invite. Keep on cookin and Bon Apatite. RJ
  • elgourmand 5 years ago
    Been there and done that but you seem plucky enough to get through it. Keep on keepin on is the way. Let's swap recipes and maybe along distance yarn or two.RJ
  • doubled 5 years ago about Annas oh so good Chili
    I just made crockpot chili on wednesday (2-10-10). Now I have to make chili AGAIN because I ran across your recipe and i'm drooling. Thanks. Dan
  • creativeanna 6 years ago about Annas oh so good Chili
    your welcome I hope you like it. Looking forward to hearing how it turns out. Have a Happy New Year.

  • slogan 6 years ago about Annas oh so good Chili
    hey - bookmarked this and going to try this weekend - will let you know how it turns out but looks really good and hearty - thanks Stephen
  • momo_55grandma 6 years ago about Annas oh so good Chili
    luv this combo of flavors great 5 plus chili thanks
  • creativeanna 6 years ago
    Thanks Ian this salad sounds amazing has everything I really love in it. I will let you know how it goes.

    chat soon
  • charlesroberts 6 years ago
    Hello there.
    Here is a salad for you...I just came up with it recently.

    the dressing goes like this
    1/3 cup light oil (saflower or canola)
    2 tablespoons of maple syrup
    2 teaspoons of sesame oil
    1 teaspoon of white vinegar

    you have to adjust this dressing to your taste....but when it is balanced (no strong sweet or sour taste....or too much sesame. Like I said you have to adjust it to your taste. Just use these amounts as a starting point)

    1/4 head of red cabbage - sliced and or diced
    1 green apple - diced
    4 radishes - sliced
    about 1-1/2 cups of baby spinach

    mix all of this with pumpkin seeds....its not that bad...something that I just started working on.

    Thanks for looking me up