Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Reins Family Chili Con Carne


1 qt. Cooked Pinto Beans
1 lb. Browned Ground Beef
29 oz. Homegrown Tomatoes, Whole or Diced
1 1/2 C. Homegrown Onions, chopped
2 T. Chili powder
1 T. Cumin
1/2 -1 1/2 tsp. Salt, to taste

Note: Our tomatoes were frozen from last season. You can substitute 2 14.5 oz cans undrained.

5 comments:

Simply Vintagegirl said...

Delicious! Our family really likes chili.

Your new design is beautiful!

Joyfully in Christ,
Emily Rose

Lacie Verret said...

Hi Kelly & Andrea,

This soup sounds delicious. Mexican is my family's favorite cuisine, so I do believe we will be trying this recipe. :) Thank you for sharing!

Your new blog theme looks very nice ~ ‘tis quite elegant. :)

I discovered ‘Ah, the Life’ a few months ago and have greatly enjoyed reading your many posts. Your blog is refreshing, and I am very grateful for the encouragement you offer to young ladies in the area of Biblical femininity. Thank you both!

Blessings to your home,
Lacie

American Home said...

Chili is one of our favorites. We will try this very soon! We love your blog and enjoy all of your writings. They are refreshing to my daughters.

Madeleine said...

Miss Kelly and Andrea,

I just love your new header, it is simple, but ladylike and to the point. Where did you take the picture?
I also want to try the recipe for Chili con Carne! Wow, fresh tomatoes sound lovely. I wish summer was here so our garden would be bursting with them.
Thank your for your example as godly, creative, elegant ladies. I love reading your blog. Everytime I do I am refreshed and excited to be content in the calling God has created for women. I hope to see you next Sunday.

Loving you from afar,

Maddie

Miss Kelly and Miss Andrea said...

Thank you for the compliments on the new blog design. The photo was taken in our back yard. The early gardens are in, the spring bulbs are up, and it's a delightful sight back there. We'll be trying new tomato varieties this year and are looking forward to the results.

We always enjoy hearing from our readers and are looking foward to posting more often with you all in mind.

Blessings
K