Super Bowl goodies.

It’s a little late but here was my amazing Veggie Superbowl Chili:

VEGGIES

Sautéed zucchini, poblano pepper, carrots and shallots in olive oil.

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SPICES

After about 10 minutes I added a little garlic then added half of a Dos Equis (I drank the other half), oregano, cayenne pepper, roasted ground cumin (YUM) & a touch of dill.

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TOMATOES

Added canned tomatoes.

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BEANS

Frozen black, red and pinto beans (Beans that I soaked and cooked and then froze)

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Bring to a boil, then turn down to simmer and add 2 bay leafs.  Wait at least 20 minutes (we waited 8 hours and yes that means I had a half a Dos Equis before noon) and top with hot sauce, cheddar cheese, cilantro and enjoy!

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I found this beauty at Whole Foods.

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This was our pre superbowl game spread.  It was just the 2 of us.  I put the Buffalo Three cheese spread in celery.  Great vegetarian snack.

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And then the game was so boring I started googling and somehow I ended up begging my husband if we could buy miniature horses and cows.  Look how cute!

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Although, I did do a good amount of looking up from my googling to see if Eric Decker had any close up shots for the big game.  I mean, come on!

Eric Decker

The next day I made tacos with the leftover chili and used these delicious corn shells that I warmed up.

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