"I try to embody even a fraction of the amazing spirit that my mother taught us through the way she dresses, designs her home, and cooked delicious homemade dinners every night for her family; day after day, year after year."
Let's face it, breakfast in bed on Mother's Day is not all it's cracked up to be (all those pesky crumbs!). Wouldn't you rather spend a leisurely Sunday morning in the kitchen with some little helpers?
Although the origins of chili are murky, the two basic elements of the dish, beef and hot chile peppers, have long been prevalent in the plains of the American Southwest. The historical record has Texas cowboys cooking chili over campfires in the early 1800s, and even today the Lone Star State remains the spiritual home of chili culture.