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A Make Ahead Chili Party for the Super Bowl

BY HELEN S. FLETCHER, ON
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Three Chili Party for the Super BowlChili is as American as food gets.  Everyone seems to have their favorite recipe.  Below are three of my favorites.  We sold these at the take out and each had their fans.

This is a perfect Super Bowl Party because you can actually enjoy the game yourself since most of this can be prepared in advance – like made and stored in the freezer for four to six weeks or the refrigerator for days.

The best thing about all of these chilies is they don’t take a lot of cooking but are full of flavor.  Speaking of flavor, while the recipe is called chile, it is cumin that makes it taste like chili.  So if the chili doesn’t taste enough like chili, add more cumin and or salt but slowly. Continue reading

Different Types of Corn Flour Used in Baking

BY HELEN S. FLETCHER, ON
COPYRIGHT, HELEN S. FLETCHER, 2020. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
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Yeasted Corn BreadDifferent types of corn flour are increasingly being found in markets and in recipes. They can be confusing and often people substitute one for the other which sometimes works, sometimes doesn’t.

I remember when cornmeal was the only corn product for baking on the grocery shelves.  But, as they say, “times are a changing” so I thought it would be helpful to look at this in-depth. While many of us have thought corn is corn  evidently that isn’t true Continue reading