Having lived in Central Arkansas for more than 30 years, my husband beef chili with lentils I are familiar with most of the restaurants in the Little Rock (LR) and North Little Rock (NLR) cities. We're back in town on business this week, and decided to drive around a bit and see what was new. What we found may quite frankly be our new favorite place to eat. Fire fall Grill and Bar is located in what can only be described as a strip mall. It's in the middle of a parking lot of the local Kroger Grocery store on at 2513 McCain Boulevard in North Little Rock.
The next meal involved a middle-eastern specialty known as Kube, slow cooker beef chili paleo in crushed Bulgar jackets accompanied by Swiss Chard and a slightly sour, delicious broth. The wine had crisp acidity and a tinge of tobacco but not a lot of fruit.
Form a cooking co-op. Find friends or neighbors who'd be willing to cook one meal for several families. One day each week, one person is responsible for cooking and delivering a meal to all the other families in the co-op. Even if you find only three other participants that's three nights each week Chunky Beef Chili you won't have to cook!
You can also enhance your main dish utilizing numerous tasty side dishes. How does Corn on the Cob in Garlic Herb Butter sound? Or maybe you would like to try some Slow Cooker Beef Chili-Roasted Potatoes or a fantastic Potato Casserole. There are a lot of options to add a unique touch to any dish.
Most individuals that I know of that make chili at home just use plain old boring everyday Jalapeno's. This is fine in most cases and they do bring the "heat!" But the fact of the matter is that there is a world of different chilies out there. Anaheim, Poblano, Serrano, Sante Fe Chilies, Ancho Chilies, The very popular these days Chipotle in Adobo sauce or Chipotle powder, Cayenne, Tabascos, Thai Chili, Habanero, and Scotch Bonnets! The list can go on and on from country to country. So why not try to use more than one type of chili pepper in your chili? Change the flavor, dont reconcile for the unexciting! Have fun!
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