Wow is this really an apron with my blog name on it “Fresh From Oregon”. After checking in Friday evening at the IFBC this weekend I saw this whole table filled with beautiful yellow and white checked aprons and thought “am I going to get one of those?” To my surprise not only was there one for me there was one for every person who attended the conference with their blog name on it as well. These aprons were hand stitched in Spain and all brought over in suitcases by the wonderful people of Aneto Natural chicken broth. They make 100% natural broths using fresh ingredients which they simmer for 3 hours just like you would make at home. They make 20 varieties of 100% Natural Broths and had boxes of their 100% Natural Chicken broth at the conference for us to have and try. I knew the perfect fall recipe I was going to use it in, my Turkey Chili. The first thing I did when I got back to Oregon was stop by and buy some ground turkey for my chili. Now if I had a Ninja like Devin Alexander demonstrated at the lunch on Saturday I could have used some Butterball Turkey and ground it in seconds in a Ninja. During the Pre-Gourmet fair reception Butterball spokesperson and Dad Blogger RJ Jaramillo prepared and served us Mini BBQ Turkey Burgers with the help of Butterball’s new recipe app, Butterball Cookbook Plus. They have a 2014 Butterball Cookbook Plus Blogger Contest and this Turkey Chili using Aneto Natural Chicken Broth will be perfect to enter and maybe I will win!
Lisa Richardson says
This chili looks great! After you win the contest, maybe you can share the recipe. Have you ever made a recipe like with hominy instead of beans? I wonder if that would work well?
Carrie Trax says
Lisa there is a link above the picture of the bowl of chili to the recipe!