I found some on www.recipezaar.com and www.cooks.com and www.cookinglight.com None use a mix, you have to gather all the spices and do it yourself. I did one of Cooking Light's several weeks ago for spicy chili (not white) and it was really good. They have good recipes. Herlean
mom2jc <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Does any one have a white chili seasoning mix? I tried the McCormick
store-bought mix and would love to recreate it from scratch. I can
find lots of regular chili mixes on the Internet, but am looking for
the kind using white beans and chicken.
Pear butter is a smooth puree of pears that have been simmered with a touch of citrus and nutmeg to bring out the full flavor of the pear. It's a perfect topping on ice cream, slathered on buttered toast or warm biscuits. It's an excellent accompaniment to any pork dish, particularly grilled pork chops or roast pork tenderloin.
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