This cornerstone of Tex-Mex chili is much beloved and much debated about. Chili has a life of its own and comes in a wide range of flavors and styles. Food historians believe it originated in San Antonio, Texas, but it’s taken on different characteristics as it’s travelled across America from region to region, or even from house to house. While we offer recipes for guidance, feel free to add an herb or spice—or a chile pepper—that you think might be missing. Create your own pot of chili today and tuck in to a comfort food favorite!

Spicy Slow Cooker Chili
Today, we’re talking chili. Meat chili. Chili with beans. Chili with, dare we say it, heat. Spark. Spunk.
Hatch Chili
When autumn comes to New Mexico, it brings Hatch Chile Season with it.
Chorizo Chili
Just a few weeks left of Summer here in NE Pennsylvania. Kids are back in school, days are getting shorter and the cooler temperatures are just around the corner.
Turkey and Pumpkin Chili
Are you looking for ways to eat healthier? Then, like many others that have come before you, you're sure to find these "healthier light meals" tend to leave you starving shortly after.
Chili Enchiladas
When thinking of Tex-Mex or Mexican cuisine, one cannot help but thinking of enchiladas.
Mexican Chicken Chili
With so many different types of chili to choose from, it's nearly impossible to get tied down to the same type.
Easy Homemade Chili
There are a lot of people out there that take their chili very, very seriously.
Vegetarian Bean Chili
Sometimes the mood calls for a meatless dinner. Whether it be for environmental consciousness or simply the desire to cut red meat from your diet, we have the perfect chili recipe for you.
Sweet Chickpea Chili in Slow Cooker
Here in the United States, there’s been a long and vocal debate about whether “real” chili is made with beans.
White Bean and Turkey Chili
Attention, turkey fans! The results are in at the Spices, Inc.
Cincinnati Skyline Chili
Having grown up in Texas what I recognized as chili is certainly not what I found when making this dish. Chili over spaghetti?