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October 18, 2002

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mmath@tmail.com

Dear Soup Lady,

Thank you thank you so much for the White chicken chili recipe. I will enjoy this one very much.

Love your site be back soon.

Chili lover
Michelle

Ron

Hi,

I'm a little baffled by a comment in the ONGOING RESEARCH following Suzie Q's White Chicken Chili recipe ... "The Soup Lady can't help but notice that there is no actual chili in this chili recipe." Both jalapeno peppers and Tabasco® are included in the recipe. The former is a chile, the latter a derivative. Did I miss something?

Nice site, which I just discovered today,thanks to a link from a friend.

j

"chili" refers to the meat, i believe

Norma

Hey!
Missed your birthday. Hope it was a good one.
Thought of you when I saw the title of this recipe.

virginia sambo

I just read this white chicken chili recipe and it sounds soooo good to me that I'll make it today. Thanks.

Andy

I just made this chili (a bit adapted) with a group from an assisted living facility. We cook once a week to keep the residents' hands well exercised and to help socialize together. This recipe was great! It was loved by the older generation and also by the many younger staff members who joined us after they smelled the aroma down the halls. Thanks!

FYI - "Chili" refers to a chili pepper. The jalapeno could be considered a type of chili pepper. If you miss the traditional "chili flavor" but want to keep this chili white, add cumin - it is tan in color and is the main ingredient in chili powder.

Ralph

Thanks for the recipe. I'm gonna use it with cumin. Works out really good!

Margie

I made the White Chili for a luncheon for friends. They liked it very much and all want the receipe. Thanks

carisoprodolsoma

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carisoprodolsoma

This is very nice site, but my is better! ;) http://www.cours.polymtl.ca/glq3201/_disc1/00004c42.htm?carisoprodol

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