Well that’s a mouthful and no mistake! I always like a recipe with a slightly weird title so I decided to try this one out for a forthcoming Eat Drink Films article about film star chili recipes. It was GOOD. Ralph recommends accompanying the chili with a cold apple and a beer. So voila!
I’ll be writing more about this chili in the article and the recipe will be included, but if you’d like it in the meantime just drop me a line via the Contact Me page or make a comment below and I’ll send it over. Thanks Ralph, after the disaster that was Warner Baxter’s Chili – I feel better now that I have made yours and not blown anybody’s head off with it.
I’m just back from the wilds of Essex where I went to a fabulous wedding at a fabulous place – Othona. It’s a religious community on the coast near Bradwell on Sea. A beautiful place just bursting with human loveliness and all the good things of nature. I came back with a carrier bag full of windfall apples and rose hips. I feel like the original hunter gatherer!
All very autumnal! I’m going to make an apple pie in a minute, yum yum.
So congratulations to Jim and Charlotte on their joining of the hands, and thanks for the opportunity to experience life in a place like Othona, if only for about 24 hours. Magic…