The Chili Cookbook

The Chili Cookbook

A History of the One-pot Classic, With Cook-off Worthy Recipes From Three-bean to Four-alarm and Con Carne to Vegetarian

Book - 2015
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"Chili is one of the most all-American foods around. It is universally loved and perfect for nearly every occasion a church potluck, sports- or TV-viewing party, casual dinner with the family, or late-night dorm room snack. Despite the evergreen popularity of chili, there are surprisingly few books on the subject. Enter The Chili Cookbook , written by veteran author and Tex-Mex sage Robb Walsh. With its impeccable recipes, fascinating and unexpected historical anecdotes, and whimsical package, The Chili Cookbook is sure to become an instant classic."
Publisher: Berkeley :, Ten Speed Press,, [2015]
Edition: First edition.
ISBN: 9781607747956
Characteristics: 193 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 21 cm

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Sarah_CT Nov 11, 2016

The Chili Cookbook by Robb Walsh is the little cookbook that could. Don’t be fooled by its small stature, the Chili Cookbook is worth reading and cooking from. This title offers a wide variety of history and information on the origin of regional chili. The recipes vary greatly but each one we tried was delicious and the recipes accurate and easy to follow. Special sections include a chile and chili powder guide, vegetarian chili and chili party guide. This is a must check out for the cook and cookbook reader.

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