Chili

Chili or chilli may refer to:

Wikibooks Cookbook has a recipe/module on Chile

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Other articles related to "chili":

Camp Washington Chili
84.5377833°W / 39.1375583 -84.5377833 Camp Washington Chili is a Cincinnati chili parlor founded in 1940 by Steve Andon and Fred Zannbus in the neighborhood of Camp Washington, near downtown Cincinnati, in ... The chili served by the restaurant has won an "American Regional Classic" James Beard Foundation Award, and its reputation attracts many locals and visitors ... CBS News set out in 1985 to find "the best chili in the nation" and declared Camp Washington Chili as the winner ...
Chili, Indiana - Geography
... Chili is located at 40°51′36″N 86°01′35″W / 40.86000°N 86.02639°W / 40.86000 -86.02639 ...
Spaghetti Red
... Spaghetti Red is a spaghetti dish where the noodles are covered with chili ... Typically a mild, bean-less chili is used in spaghetti red, such as the type used on hot dogs ... Regional and restaurant-specific variations include Cincinnati chili, American chop suey, Chili spaghetti, and Chili Mac ...
Chili Oil - Japan
... The Japanese variety of Chinese chili oil is known as rāyu (ラー油 or 辣油?), used in Japan as a cooking ingredient or as a condiment ... The default kind is typically a clear, chili-infused sesame oil, and the chopped chili pepper used is typically red, imparting a reddish tint to the oil ... However, the variety that includes food in the chili oil, as noted above, has existed in China since ancient times ...
Silverlake Conservatory Of Music
... It was founded in 2001 by Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist, Michael "Flea" Balzary and Keith "Tree" Barry to foster music education, with Chili Pepper's member ... an annual "Hullabaloo", one of which featured performances by Red Hot Chili Peppers, Eddie Vedder and Charlie Haden, and the Chili Peppers raised $1 million dollars for ...