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Here is a recipe for a sweet and spicy chili made with two meats perfect for a football tailgate. Recipe allows for variations with the meat and beans. There is also a free football straw printable posted below the recipe.
It’s that time of year for tailgates. Between Friday night high school games, Saturday college games, and Sunday pro games, there are a lot of opportunities for tailgates and get-togethers. Now that the mercury is starting to fall, nothing pleases the football crowd more than chili. It’s the first thing my husband requests during sweater weather.
I remember the chili that my mother made when we were growing up. I have taken her recipe and adapted it over the years. There’s always kidney beans and ground meat, but I’ve altered or added other ingredients to this old favorite. Here is my latest version, a sweet and spicy 2-meat variety that is perfect for those hungry football fans! I made mine in the slow cooker, but feel free to make it completely on the stove top if you want.
Sweet & Spicy Chili Recipe
My husband said this was his favorite chili EVER! It was a bit spicy for me, so I ate it with a lot of sour cream. We got the venison from a friend of his. That friend was rewarded with the leftovers.
We enjoyed our tailgate with a big case of Coke. I picked it up at Sam’s Club. Sam’s carries Coke and Diet Coke in convenient 28-packs. Perfect for all your football gatherings. Did you know that Sam’s Club has an easy Order Online and Pick Up in-club feature? You can go to Sam’s Club online and order anything you need for your tailgating or football needs. Sam’s Club will prepare your order and you just have to go pick it up. Super quick and easy!
I wanted to add a little cuteness to our tailgate party, so I created a football printable to attach to paper straws. These are quick addition.
Just print, cut, and glue! I used a hot glue gun. Just a little dab of glue is all you need to attach the football. Click here to reach the download. Right click and save as. I recommend that you print on card stock as a 4″x6″ on best quality.
Have you ever cooked with Coke? What did you make? Have you ever had Venison?
posted 1 Oct 2015