Three Bean & Sweet Potato Chili

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by Chris on November 1, 2011

speziato/spicy

One of the last stops of The 2011 Iowa Cornucopia Tour was Ador Kitchen and Baths. A lovely one-stop showroom cabinetry, counter-tops, closets, and professional culinary cook and bakeware. For a bunch of food bloggers, it was a fantastic stop, especially since we were able to cook together with Chef Terrie Kohl. Many of us don’t get to cook with one another, so this lunch was a special treat.

The plan? The group split into four groups and each cooked one part of the fall menu.

Jyl, Brenda, Heather and I were responsibility for the Three Bean & Sweet Potato Chili. A huge fan of hearty soups and stews, I was all over this one. I enjoyed it so much, in fact, I have made it twice since I have been home, freezing portions for my lunches during the week.

There are several ways this chili can be “made to order”. I am sure I will play with it more in the near future. But, for now?  I am pleased.  Thanks Ladies!

Brenda is on my left , Heather is to my right

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{ 6 comments }

Maria November 1, 2011 at 8:24 AM

This is my kind of chili! Looks so good!

Rosa November 1, 2011 at 9:22 AM

A delicious looking chili! Really comforting too.

Cheers,

Rosa

Emily November 1, 2011 at 6:40 PM

This was SUCH a good chili. The cilantro made the dish I think. Can’t wait to make it this winter (crock pot?)- It’s supposed to snow tomorrow!

Olga @ MangoTomato November 1, 2011 at 9:40 PM

this looks like something I’d love for dinner or lunch: chickpeas and tomatoes are some of my most favorite ingredients.

I would top it with some sour cream and avocado cubes.

Chris November 2, 2011 at 8:05 PM

Thanks Maria!

Yes, Rosa, it is comforting! Tummy warming. :)

It was such a good time cooking with everyone Emily! Your Chops were delish. :)

I am with you Olga. I could eat chickpeas and tomatoes all day long! I make them by themselves all the time. :)
http://www.melecotte.com/2011/07/chickpeas_and_tomatoes/

Brenda @ a farmgirl's dabbles November 18, 2011 at 11:08 PM

I keep thinking about this chili myself, although I haven’t yet made it at home. Wow. You’ve made it 2x already?! Yummy you! :)

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