This is a hearty chili that brings some nice welcomed heat on a cold, rainy day. We played it safe and used a mild salsa; however, you could up the heat by using a medium or hot salsa. You could also switch out one of the green bell peppers for some jalapenos or spicier chilies. So, if you like it hot, this chili could be easily modified to a 5-alarm fire chili!
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- Cookie at Chuck Wagoneer
Knowing how to cook without an electric oven or a microwave is a valuable skill. At Chuck Wagoneer, I share recipes and tips for cooking great food using rustic methods. Cooking outdoors is undoubtedly one of the most challenging situations to cook in but it is also one of the most rewarding. I’ve been a youth leader and an outdoor skills trainer for nearly 20 years and after a hard day of playing or working in the outdoors, nothing beats sitting down at the table to a nice, hot meal.
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