October 27, 2008

Chili On A Chilly Day!

With temperatures dropping almost 30 degrees this afternoon and the sound of sleet tapping on our window panes, I thought it would be the perfect time to cook up a batch of chili. I love how the aroma permeates throughout the house and it's even all the more better when it's the first of the Fall season. The perfect accompaniment to the chili was a pan of golden cornbread. Comfort food at it's best!


Sher's Creative Expressions said...

It's cold here too. Must be the thing to do when it gets cold. We also had chili for supper. I didn't make cornbread though. We like it laddled over Fritos. Then we place a few on top too. Yum, yum. Same idea I guess.

Keep warm. We may get a few snow flurries tonight here in Michigan.



Anonymous said...

And it was delicious! Thank You!
Mr. P. :)

Patty said...

Wow, sleet already? It is cold in Tennessee. I can't believe it. Makes you wonder what kind of winter we will have. Your chili looks so yummy and I made chili last Friday with cornbread. I think it is my favorite way to eat chili. Cornbread could be a meal all by itself. lol


Storybook Woods said...

Yummm, perfect fall dinner. Clarice

Christy Lee said...

Your chili looks delicious. I love chili, but my husband will not eat the beans, and we can't afford to cook separate meals!! I love your dishes, what pattern are they? They are lovely!

Susan P. said...

Christy Lee, I know what you mean about not cooking two separate meals! My china is the Old British Castles by Johnson Bros. They call the color pink but I think it looks more like red:)

Kelli said...

One of my favorite cold weather meals! Your chili looks delicious, Susan!

Elizabeth G. said...

Are you in Virginia? That's where my father and sister are (Waynesboro and Annandale, respectively). I love your plates!


Barb said...

I love your pink china... what is the pattern called? I have one old place setting called Memory Lane that I got from my mother. She always collected and set her table with mix n match sets that she would piece together from antique stores.

It has totally surprised me that I am especially partial to the pink, because I am not your typical 'girly girly' girl.