Made a Big Pot Of Turkey Chile and It's Good

@suziecat7 (3371)
Asheville, North Carolina
October 1, 2015 12:45pm CST
I've got a very simple recipe for turkey chili and it comes out great every time. With the nippy weather on it's way, chili was on my mind. I made corn bread to go with it. Colder weather changes the dinner menu for a lot of us. I'll use the crock pot more soon. They'll be more soups and stews and baked goods since the heat from the oven will be welcome. What are your favorite cold weather meals? Do you cook certain things only in the winter and not in the summer?
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@wetnosedogs (1541)
• United States
1 Oct 15
More soups and chili when it is cooler out.
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@gudheart (12704)
2 Oct 15
Me too, I love chicken soup the best.
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@suziecat7 (3371)
• Asheville, North Carolina
2 Oct 15
I think my favorite soup is vegetable.
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@gudheart (12704)
2 Oct 15
I love soups in cold weather or a nice roast dinner :D
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@suziecat7 (3371)
• Asheville, North Carolina
2 Oct 15
Soup is great. I don't eat red meat so I don't have roasts but I remember....
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@sharon6345 (200919)
• United States
2 Oct 15
I love chili with beef and red sauce. I never had it your way. I am really not a fan of it that way being i am not a turkey fan.
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@suziecat7 (3371)
• Asheville, North Carolina
2 Oct 15
I don't eat red meat so turkey it is. Even then I don't eat too much of that - I'm almost a vegetarian but not quite :))
• United States
2 Oct 15
oh boy! i'll be right o'er! dang, i truly miss cornbread...i tend to go more pumpkin 'n 'hearty' veggies durin' the winter months. dunno why, jest tastes better when there's a chill in the air i reckon? i miss chicken 'n dumplin's 'n hearty breads.
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@suziecat7 (3371)
• Asheville, North Carolina
2 Oct 15
Come on over. I only make cornbread to go with chili - seems I can't have one without the other. I like cooking the winter squashes too.
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• United States
3 Oct 15
@suziecat7 if'n only i could partake in that cornbread! i fear that i've grown allergic to corn schtuff with all the health hiccups. i can nearly taste it though, all slathered with homemade butter 'n dredged through yer chili...
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@softbabe44 (5848)
• Vancouver, Washington
1 Oct 15
i think theres alot of winter or cold things you can make stews soups chili the stuff can last a while might get three or 4 good meals out of making chili soups stews thats the nice part about it.
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@suziecat7 (3371)
• Asheville, North Carolina
2 Oct 15
Yes - we seem to always make a big pot so it lasts awhile.
• Vancouver, Washington
4 Oct 15
@suziecat7 thats what counts its good and it lasts a while
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12 Oct 15
definitely. i rarely make soup when it hits springtime. now that fall is here, it's about time. but the warm weather refuses to leave.
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@suziecat7 (3371)
• Asheville, North Carolina
12 Oct 15
I don't ever mind it when the warm weather decides to stay around.
@GardenGerty (115758)
• United States
2 Oct 15
I make a lot more soups and roasts in cooler weather. Chili and cornbread sounds good to me anytime. I have some in the freezer.
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@suziecat7 (3371)
• Asheville, North Carolina
2 Oct 15
I don't seem to eat much chili in the summer but I do like it when the weather gets cool.
@amadeo (104264)
• United States
1 Oct 15
turkey chili sounds good there.I think will have chili next week.Thanks.
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@suziecat7 (3371)
• Asheville, North Carolina
2 Oct 15
You're welcome - made you hungry for chili :))
• Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
11 Oct 15
I love a good chilli with spice during the fall
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@marlina (85586)
• Canada
11 Oct 15
Yes, I do cook more substantial meals in the winter. We need the comfort food.