Wednesday, November 18, 2009


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I had planned to take pictures of the entire cooking process but my MIL was pretty much all over me the entire time and since she called and told everyone back home how I took photos of my finished meals making me sound like a complete doofus you're all lucky to get this one.

But I really wanted Sherry to see what Tall Corn Pork Chili (a.k.a Iowa Chili) looks like.

I'll post this recipe, and all other chili recipes, on my recipe blog. You can find it here.

This chili was a hit with everyone at the table* except me. I couldn't even finish the bowl. The chili had pork, which I love, but also corn. Lots of corn. While I LOVE corn on the cob and completely separate as a side dish on a plate, I DO NOT like corn in my soups or chilis. I don't know why, I just don't like it that way. Everyone else, though, thought it was awesome and my MIL took the recipe home with her.

Next up, after Thanksgiving: Wisconsin Green Bay Chili for Kelly.

*And by everyone at the table I mean everyone except Adam and Elizabeth who pretty much exist only on yogurt and very rarely eat an offered meal.


sherrypg said...

Hahahahaha! State profiling! It has pork and corn so it must be Iowa! That's too funny.

If it has red dirt and oil in it, is it Oklahoma Chili?

I may have to give it a try.

Thanks for sharing.

kelly jeanie said...

Yay, I am looking forward to see real Wisconsin Chili looks like!

C (Kid Things) said...

I don't think I'd be too keen on corn in my chili, either.

coreymom40 said...

I don't think I could do corn in my Chili.

It does look alot like Brunswick Stew though......yum