Monday, November 2, 2009

It's November!

Well how about that Halloween, did y'all have fun? Was there a party? Did y'all invite me? The answer to that last one is "no". I sat at home and ate lightly salted cashews while watchin' "Eden Log", one of the worst movies ever made in the history of movie makin'! Oh my word, I kept waitin' for it to get better, but it didn't. At the beginnin' of it, there was 30 minutes of a light flashin' on and off and on and off, whilst this idiot was slowly pullin' himself out of the mud! I thought I was gonna lose my eyesight... and my mine along with it. And yes, I know Mr. Big Al, I don't have much mind to loose. Ha. Ha.
It's November! Yelp, and it's gettin' chilly. I love chilly... and I love chili... love it even when it's hot outside. I'd like to start November off with givin' all you 3 faithful readers out there a wonderful present. I'm gonna tell ya how to make my great tasting, heart warmin' Ida's Chili! I know, I know. I'm excited too! Here goes:

olive oil for sautein'
1 green bell pepper, chopped
1 onion, chopped
1 chicken breast, cooked and shredded
1 can of Bush Chili Mix
1 can of Bush Pinto Beans
1 can of Campbell's Tomato Soup
1 can of Ro-Tel
Heat olive oil, add bell pepper and onion and saute. Then add your shredded chicken and all the other things on the list and simmer for awhile.

You can Pour Ida's Chile over Fritos or crumbled up crackers, roll it up in a torilla, spoon a bowl full of it and sprinkle shredded cheddar cheese and chopped green onions, break up some cornbread in it. It's delicious. I know for a fact though that Mr. Mark Hayter won't be havin' any of it, cause he's a fancy pantz boy who can't eat hot food. So he should just leave out the Ro-Tel and maybe add a can of chopped tomatoes instead. What a wuss.

Just thought I'd start you all off on a good foot
this November with somethin' great to eat.
If you've got a better chili recipe,
I'd like to hear about it.

Send in them recipes NOW... OKZ.



  1. Don't feel bad Mark, I'm a wuss too!

  2. Thanks for the Support, Cora. My tastes have sure changed as I've aged. Maybe I'll grow into liking hot, spicy stuff. Like maybe when I'm 118. -- Ida rules. You always come up with neato stuff, lady.