Midwestern Food

The Meatiest Vegetarian Chili Ever!

The Meatiest Vegetarian Chili Ever!

Old West style vegetarian chili made with plant-based beef, and black beans. Served with vegan shredded cheddar cheese and sour cream. What’s the difference between chili with and I and chile with a E?

Beer and Cheddar Cheese Dip

Beer and Cheddar Cheese Dip

Beer, cheddar cheese, and pretzels — what more could you want? How about that it’s only got two ingredients and you can make it in ten minutes or less?

BLT Lettuce Wraps: THE BEST Late Summer Meal

BLT Lettuce Wraps: THE BEST Late Summer Meal

I prefer to ditch the bread in my BLT because it really just gets in the way (which might be why it’s not called a BBLT). Instead, I make mine “protein style” served stuffed in the hollow of a big piece of romaine lettuce for more of the stuff that I really want.

Layered Lasagna Dip

Layered Lasagna Dip

A creamy, warm, vegetarian layered dip that tastes like lasagna. This recipe is loaded with cheese. Serve with fresh veggies.

Snack of the Day: Cincinnachos! Cincinnati-Style Chili Cheese Nachos

Snack of the Day: Cincinnachos! Cincinnati-Style Chili Cheese Nachos

Ohio meets Arizona! Cincinnati style chili cheese nachos, “Cincinnachos” as they will henceforth be known. The best of everything for snacking season. Start with My Recipe for Cincinnati Style Turkey Chili, substituting ground grass-fed beef or vegetarian ground beef crumbles if you prefer.

Johnny Marzetti Three Ways

Johnny Marzetti Three Ways

To demonstrate the various ways that a recipe can be modified I came up with two versions of Johnny Marzetti based on the original recipe from the Columbus Ohio restaurant which I also posted.

Cincinnati Turkey Chili

Cincinnati Turkey Chili

Cincinnati chili does not exist in Arizona, except for in a suspicious canned variety, so I went on quest and figured out how to cook it up myself.

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