Building My Pot Of Chili

I finished off the previous pot of deliciousness this morning for breakfast and needed a run to the store so off I went. Oops, dang it! I meant to buy a pound of ground turkey, not beef! Oh well, too late. I’ve done this step by step photos of building my chili before but here’s another compilation.

I always slow-cook my chili for six hours, then unplug the pot and allow it to cool down very slowly, occasionally turning the chili over and covering it up again. Mmmm, delicious! It has become rather dark in my living room, there are storm clouds gathering, I hope we get some rain today!

Colourful Groceries

This morning I grabbed the fixins’ for another pot of my famous chili but changed one item. Instead of three cans of dark red kidney beans, I used one can of those and two cans of pinto beans. This will surely alter the flavor. I also again used ground turkey, I seem to have the flavor balanced, it’s different than using ground beef. I also used much more chili and cayenne pepper this time. Let’s get fired up! Of course, I stopped by the pretty flower arrangements.