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Featured Recipe

Venison Chili
By Colleen Knapp
One of my favorites for the deer hunting season is chili. We usually have a couple of extra mouths to feed at lunch and it is nice to have something all done and warming in the crockpot.

2# ground venison (I have also used ground elk)
1 pkg. Carroll Shelby's Chili Kit
1 8oz can tomatoe sauce
2 cans stewed tomatoes or 2 jars of your own stewed tomatoes
1 med. onion - chopped
1/2 tsp. minced garlic
1 jar chopped jalapenos, can use dried or fresh
Shredded cheese

In a medium frying pan, brown the ground venison, onions, & garlic. Drain any excess fluids. Add the large spice packet from the Chili Kit. Mix well.

Put this mixture into your crockpot. Add the tomatoe sauce and the stewed tomatoes. Depending on your personal taste, you can add the small packet of cayenne pepper from the Chili Kit or chopped jalapenos from a jar, dried or fresh.

Keep warm in the crockpot until lunchtime.

Neither Tom or I like alot of spice, so the cayenne pepper is eliminated, and for the guests I put out bowls of chopped onions, chopped jalapenos and, of course, shredded cheese.

I will usually serve warm corn bread with the chili. That recipe will be posted next.