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The best way to celebrate this wonderful upcoming food holiday (apparently there is a football game involved too) is with a boiling hot pot of chili. Throw down some cheese, sour cream and cilantro and eat it with homemade tortilla chips and you have a killer Sunday planned out. You must, of course, make your chili with peanut butter unless you want it to be sub-par. In addition, you’ll need plenty of other food alongside to help wash it down, like beer bread and butternut squash fries. And don’t forget about dessert! The pumpkin pie pudding and raspberry brownie will help keep you calm and cool after the chili or if your team loses. Read on for a whole bunch of culinary goodness.

Filed in Dessert, Main Course, Peanut Butter, Peanut Butterless, Soup and Chili

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  1. Great recipes!

    Did you know that the day after the Super Bowl is the biggest “call out of work day” of the year? My brother reminds me of this every year :)

    • Nick says:

      Wow, did not know that. Now I won’t feel so bad when I follow suit =)

  2. Sagan says:

    Yay recipe roundups! Mmmmm. I might have to host a Super Bowl party just as an excuse to make a bunch of these. Even though I don’t watch the Super Bowl. Hm.

    • Nick says:

      Me neither, but it’s a perfect excuse to have an extravagant spread of food, even if it’s only for 1.

  3. Erin from Long Island says:

    You wanna know something funny? When I was a kid, my mom made chili every winter. You know what my fav thing to have with it was? Ritz with peanut butter. It is a perfect combo and I can;t wait to officially put the two together with your recipe!

    • Nick says:

      That’s funny because the whole rationale for creating the chili recipe was based on a fact I heard from several people that their parents would always serve peanut butter sandwiches with chili and how it went together so well. Peanut butter and Ritz is similar but still new to me! But it does work wonderfully well in the chili, and I always serve it with toasted beer bread on the side, usually spread with more peanut butter!

  4. Veggiesmack says:

    That chili looks insanely great! I may have to try it with Boca crumbles.

  5. Never ever would have thought of putting PB in chili. Thanks for the idea!

    • Nick says:

      And it’s even better than you would think!

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