I did a luncheon for this gorgeous home I have listed (shameless plug):
It was so well attended, and I’ll tell you why. The secret is to MAKE lunch. Well, that and you have to get the word out. But people will come if you actually MAKE your food instead of getting a Subway tray and a grocery store bakery tray of cookies. That’s my story, anyway. The other secret is to give away free stuff. Angela Gribbins, you won the Fandango Gift card.
So I had the idea for a chili bar because it was cold the day I did the luncheon. We had two types of chili, baked potatoes and corn muffins and brownies with white frosting. The toppings I had were tortilla chips, corn chips, shredded cheddar, sour cream, chopped onions and tomatoes, jalapenos and soup crackers.
The first chili I served was White Chicken Chili. I got the recipe off of the Pinterest and it was really delicious. You can get the recipe here: Add a Pinch
I also served a traditional chili. It was really really delicious. The secret was to cook it low and slow on the stove for hours, not the short time suggested here. If it gets thick, hit it with some beef broth.
I also made these yummy muffins: Vidalia Onion Cornbread from Paula Deen. They were soooo good! They were delicious and so…dare I use the word…MOIST! Ugh, that word, but they were. I found this recipe on Diary of a Recipe Collector.
Dessert. Everyone was crazy about those frosted brownies. I cut them small because they were pretty rich. Ready for the recipe? Get your pen and paper…