Winter Eats – Chili & Cornbread

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Live to SW{EAT}

Since my last two have been SWEAT posts, I’m overdue for an {EAT} post. Especially as someone who loves food – shopping for it, making it, baking it, sharing it, finding new places to it. Oh, and of course, eating it. LOL.

For my first EAT post, I wanted to share a recipe – actually 2! Since I cook at least 4 to 5 times a week, I am always looking for new things to make so my partner and I don’t get bored. A fun challenge for me is to figure out tasty foods to cook that are easy to make on a weeknight. This chili recipe is one of my favorites to make, especially during the cooler winter months. And one of my partner’s favorite to eat. When we’re feel the need for an extra cozy night, I make cornbread too. I’ve shared both recipes with friends and family…

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Black Bean Burrito

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Run Free And Strong

Consistent with one of my running principles “know what [you] put in your body”, black bean burritos are simple, healthy, balanced nutrition with minimal processing. And for those of us always on the run (pun intended), any burritos not immediately consumed can be refrigerated or frozen.

The recipe and instructions below are loosely based on several online recipes. I’m not a professional chef, rather I’m self-taught, and my objective is to share my experiences with food and drink, rather than pretend to teach how to make black bean burritos.

It is generally believed that the burrito originated in Mexico, and that the Pueblo peoples of the southwestern United States prepared what is known as the modern burrito. There are many regional variations of the burrito, with different fillings and some served with sauces. I prefer the simple black bean burrito without rice or meat.

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