Smoky Bacon Chili

You know what I hate? Well, it seems like a lot of things by sound of my posts at times, but that’s not totally true. I do hate one thing for sure, though. Expensive purses. Yep, I hate them. Sh*t like Louis Vuitton, Burberry, Gucci, or any of those brand names that I absolutely have no idea how to spell…yeah, I hate them. I’ve never been a brand name person. Maybe it’s because I can’t afford that kind of crap OR MAYBE it’s because I have a brain and I use it. What’s the point of an expensive purse? Most of the time, when you take it to a restaurant or bar, you end up having to put it on the floor since the table isn’t big enough. Do you know what’s been on the floor of that bar? I do. I’ve had friends that have peed on the floor while standing at the bar. Legit peed. Then I’ve had friends that have puked into their hands and threw it on the floor. This conversation isn’t about my selection in friends, so we’re moving past that. You’re telling me that paying over $500 for a purse (well, really over $30) makes sense when you may be drenching it in pee? That’s effing stupid.

And not only do our purses get dirty on the outside, but on the inside…oh dear lord. Well actually, most women probably don’t make quite as much of a mess as me, but I utilize my purse as a wod bag. While most women carry there make up, sunglasses, and Blackberry, I carry my PurePharma fish oil, my AgainFaster rope, my protein powder, shaker bottle, multiple headbands, 4 forks, usually some kind of container of meat, and Artisana coconut butter packets. Real lady like. Ok ok, I do have a wallet as well as a cherry chapstick in there, but that’s really to just make people think I have a least a few feminine qualities. It didn’t fool Jake when he looked in there at the gym, though. The guys I wod with can’t be fooled. They know I’m a dude.

So what do I do to thank them for appreciation my masculinity?! Make them chili. That’s a given, don’t you think? And chili with bacon in it just makes even more sense. It’s so weird chili has a name. All it really is is a bunch of crap all cooked up a big pot. Or saucepan like me. I don’t have a pot. Stupid.

Look at this fun little video from Again Faster.


Smoky Bacon Chili

  • Yield: 4-5 1x


  • 23 sweet potatoes (optional)
  • 6 slices of bacon, cubed
  • 1 garlic clove, minced
  • 1 yellow onion, diced
  • 1 red pepper, diced
  • 1 green pepper, diced
  • 1lb ground beef
  • 1 tablespoon garlic powder
  • 1 tablespoon chili powder
  • 2 tablespoons smoked paprika
  • 2 teaspoons cumin
  • 1 teaspoon cayenne pepper
  • 1 (14) ounce can of fire roasted tomatoes
  • 1 (8) ounce can of tomato sauce
  • salt and pepper, to taste


This really ain’t that hard people. Check this out. I served my chili over sweet potatoes because I think I’m cool like that. So do it.

  1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Poke holes in your sweet potatoes with a fork. Place on rack in oven and cook for about 30 minutes or until potato is soft and cooked through.
  2. Now pull out a large pot, add the cubed bacon and let cook down.
  3. While the bacon is cooking, chop all the veggies.
  4. When the bacon has browned and is a bit crisp, add garlic clove and veggies.
  5. Let cook for about 6 or so minutes, then add your ground beef and all the spices.
  6. Once the beef is browned, add your tomato sauce and fire roasted tomatoes.
  7. Mix well and let all the flavors meld together while cooking on low for the next 8 minutes or so, stirring occasionally.
  8. Then split open your sweet potato, pour your chili over it, and eat. Delicious

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Oh, Hi! I’m Juli.

I’m a food hoarder. And a really bad dancer. If you don’t know me well, you will probably not understand my humor. Therefore, I apologize ahead of time. Thanks for listening to my ramblings of my ever-changing life and trusting my kitchen mishaps. Your trust in me is appreciated.


137 thoughts on “Smoky Bacon Chili”

  1. I live for your posts. Legit, LIVE. They always brighten my day, even ones that yell about stupid things people do bc honestly, buying an expensive purse is soo ridic and wasteful when you can be spending it on a bunch of workout clothes. The only reason I have a purse is to carry my extra meals, school books, and anythign else that should probably be in a backpack…but a backpack would be too intense for some people to handle..soooo, purse (bag).

    P.s. checked out Pinterest- loved it! However, since when is it cool to make ppl wait to join unless they know someone?? Guess I dont hang with the cool kids…

    Pinterest stalking until then..enjoy the chili! Elle

  2. Ellexo- YOU are legit!! Seriously, thanks for the awesome comment! I'm glad another girl uses their purse for smart reasons! Haha you'll get your acceptance into pinterest in no time!!

    Stephanie- that's awesome!! thanks so much for trying it! I'm glad you liked it!!

  3. I made this again tonight with turkey meat, and I used the can of fire-roasted tomatoes ( I didn't last time), and it came out horrendous. I don't recommend! The first time I made this, when I followed the recipe (except for the fire-roasted tomatoes) it was JAMMIN'. So I'm going back to the old way!

  4. OMG!!! This is AWESOME!!! I LOVE this chili. Hubby LOVES this chili. Baby (ok seriously he's almost 2 when am I going to stop calling him a baby?) LOVES this chili.

    I just stumbled across your website from Civilized Caveman Cooking and I gotta tell you, you are frickin' HILARIOUS!!!!! I'm addicted to your site now!!! This is the first recipe I've tried ('cause like I said, I just stumbled across your site), but I'm looking forward to trying more. I've got several pulled up in various tabs on my computer — dinners for the next week!!

    I love that this is SUPER easy and SUPER quick. Done in less than 30 minutes, minus sweet potatoes.


  5. Wasn't it easy Cali!? Chili should be simple…that's why I make so many different kinds lol. Really glad you liked it! What other recipes do you think you'll try?!

  6. I've pulled up the paleo bacon alfredo (seriously, who doesn't LOVE bacon?!) and the lemon poppyseed waffles so far, but am going through the list and grabbing more. Although we've switched to paleo and have been for a few months now, I'm always looking for more recipes! Our box is running a nutrition challenge starting next month for 60 days that I plan on totally rocking.

  7. Let your box know about my blog!! And let me know if you guys need a paleofied version of anything for your 60 day challenge!! I'll help out the best I can!

  8. Ok so I HAD to come back to this post and write about how amazing it is! I made this last night and before I even got back for lunch, everyone else in the house was already telling me how good it was. Luckily there was still some left for my lunch! How the hell do you come up with so many tasty recipes?!?!?!

  9. Thanks so much PCQ!! And I have absolutely no idea how I come up with recipes. I watch Chopped a lot. And know a lot of people who like food ALMOST as much as I do. They have good minds. But usually it's whatever is in my fridge and sometimes it works out 🙂

  10. Juli!!! How are you? This was awesome!!! Just cooked it for four firefighters at the station they destroyed it. Love it, thank you. For what you do.

  11. Sorry, Ryan Hammack, the guys love your cooking. Even though we seem to get calls during cooking, they like the crockpot and simmering recipes.

  12. I’ve been looking at all your recipes this week and made this today for an afternoon of football. Was ridiculously delicous and now I have a food baby. I never thought of putting sweet potato with chili ! Thanks for the recipe !!

  13. I made this yesterday and it’s awesome! I love me some meat and bacon together or separate.
    This kept me happy on Day 1 of my first Whole30 thanks!

  14. This is hands down the best chili I have ever had. The flavor was amazing and the sweet potato paired with it was genius. My boyfriend asked, after the first bite, if we could run to the store and pick up some more meat (had all the veggies on hand) to make more. Ha. I promised him I’d make a big batch this weekend so we can freeze it and so he can have it whenever he’d like. I linked your blog in mine, as well! Thanks!

  15. Just made this chili and it is awesome. It was a little too spicy for my significant other, but that means there is more for me!

    I have been doing Crossfit for a year and just started eating paleo and your recipes rock! I didn’t know if I could hang with paleo, but with great recipes like this, I don’t feel like I am giving anything up. Keep up the great work. BTW – really enjoyed your video!

  16. Holy crap Juli – this chili is the bomb! Served mine over butternut squash. Delish! Thanks for yet another fab recipe.

  17. This was a fantastic and very easy recipe–my daughter said that having the chili over a sweet potato was almost like having chili over a piece of cornbread–one of my family’s former unhealthy favorites. The sweet and spicy was a great mix. Thanks for another great one!

  18. I must say this chili was freaking awesome! I thought I wouldn’t like the chili over a sweet potato but it totally put it over the top for me! 😀 Thanks for sharing this recipe!

  19. This chili was delish! Thank you for sharing your paleo creations as well as your fresh humor! Truly though, even if your recipes sucked (which they don’t) your ability to articulate your thoughts is absolutely superb and completely entertaining 🙂

  20. I love everything over sweet potatoes! One thing about expensive purses, all my friends have Coach bags, so in some weird moment I decided I wanted one too. Found a $20 one (about 20 years old) on craigslist. Then just found a Coach wallet for $2 at a thriftstore (seriously dirty, but cleaned up well.) I think it’s out of my system, and I’ll be giving them away to my neice.

  21. Oh sooo yum!!! My entire family of five loved this!! That is rare!! This is definitely going to be on my weekly meal rotation!! Thanks so much for sharing!! I love reading your blog 🙂

  22. First off, you’re a great blogger. I completely get your humor and sarcasm. It’s endearing and fun to read. Secondly … seriously, this chili was a party in my mouth. Strobe lights, disco ball, music … all of it! (OK, maybe no music, but the rest is true). I am 15 days into Paleo and have enjoyed every minute of it because I have your site to reference. I love your recipes – they are creative and delicious! Thank God for you, Juli. I can’t wait to buy my PaleOMG shirt and sport it around. 🙂

  23. Hey Juli! I’m excited to try out your recipe! I’m actually going to bring it into work for a Chili Cook-off contest. Wish me luck!!!

    I was wondering if you found that it was better the second day? Also, have you ever made it in a crockpot? I’m wondering if I should just keep it in a crockpot to keep it warm during the lunch hour?

    Please let me know your thoughts 🙂 Thanks so much!

    1. I definitely think it’s even better the second day! But I haven’t made it in the crockpot! I’m sure you could, you might just have to cook the bacon on it’s own, pour in a bit of the bacon fat and leave the chopped bacon to throw in later after it is all cooked 🙂

      1. You rock, Juli! Thanks for your response! I made a double batch and it’s so awesome. I’m excited to expose some paleo goodness to coworkers 🙂 Thanks again!

        1. Juli! You can now say you have an award winning chili recipe! I won first place at the chili cookoff with your fabulous recipe! Thank you, girl!

  24. I’m about to make this for the 4th time, I try my best to eat Paleo as much as possible but its tough because my husband is anti-paleo. This is one thing we BOTH agree on! (well, he wraps it in a tortilla with cheese…) but making it at the beginning of the week works out great. Thank you!!

  25. Omg this is soo good. I put up at my boxes face book page so everyone can stuff there faces with this amazing chili. Thank you for it. Oh my boys call it mans chili.

  26. So it got a little cooler here in TN and I was looking for a good chili recipe to use up some of the 30 pounds of grass fed ground beef I have in my freezer. I usually look at this site first, and I was not disappointed. I will admit, I did not stick to your spice amounts, but I think that is your point. Play with it and get it the way you want it. This recipe is amazingly delicious. Thanks for all you do on here. Your recipes are delicious and I enjoy your writing alot.

  27. Paleomg…with an emphasis on the OMG. Seriously…just made this chili and it is unbelievable. I served it over spaghetti squash because of my lack of activity..didn’t think I warranted a sweet potato. Was so yum! My husband loved it! Thank you!

  28. This was the best chili I’ve ever had! No sweet potato to add but a habanero made its way into the mix 😉

  29. I make this chili often but change a few of the ingredients and play around the spices a bit. I love INTENSE flavors!!!

    Tonight I made the chili again. AND I also roasted up some pie pumpkins (split in half, seeded, placed face/split side down, roast at 350’F for 50-60 mins) … I used the pumpkins as bowls and over-fill them! EPIC! Less carbohydrates than those dang tasty sweet potatoes! 😉

    Try it. We’ll be best friends forever 😛

  30. All I can say is WOW. Such a punch of flavor. I added a couple tbsp of sun dried tomato paste and dumped in some celery, shrooms and diced artichokes also. I’ll be adding this recipe to regular rotation! Can’t wait to buy your cookbook!! Thank you!

  31. So I made this chili for a halloween party, and two people brought chili: one was paleo (mine) the other one non paleo. Everyone wanted to eat this version! People kept saying it should be entered in a chili contest! I used turkey, and it turned out great! The second time I made it (as per husband’s request!) I used ground beef, and it was perfect! This recipe is a keeper!

  32. Eating this over a sweet potato is definitely the way to go! The flavors really compliment each other!

  33. thinking about making this for a football party…How many people (girls and guys) would this serve? Thanks for all your recipes!

  34. you are a legend!! I made your Creamy Chicken casserole yesterday and this today…. I cant decide what to make tomorrow!

    Seriously well done you, your recipies are seriously AMAZING!


  35. This is AMAZING!! It’s been a tradition since I was a kid to have chili for dinner for Halloween. I made this for my family tonight and even my 13yo said it was the best chili I’ve ever made! Thanks for making me look like SuperMom. 🙂 Great recipe, love your blog!

  36. This is really good chili. I made it and just added mushrooms along with everything else. Instead of tomato sauce I used 1/2 can of paste. I didn’t have the sauce but it came out really good anyway. It was thick and super tasty.. great food for halloween night. My family loved it. Thanks for the idea..

  37. Yum!! I’ve been making various chilis for more than 30 years, but this is my first paleo batch, so I tried your recipe. Delicious!

    I’m not a measurer, but I am a substituter, so I used steak trimmings instead of ground beef (about the same price at my fave meat place) and I cooked it low on the stove for 3 or more hours before serving.

    I think it’s the bacon and smoked paprika that make for a wonderful difference. I didn’t even miss the beans 🙂 Thanks for our new favorite chili.

  38. Just saw this recipe this morning…just ate my first bowl. LOVE it! You have the most amazing recipes! Thank you!!

  39. Everything is better with bacon. I just made this with a pound of bison and it was fantastic! I always enjoy coming to your site to see your new recipes and to hopefully see a video with you dancing to Beyonce again. 🙂 Thanks for keeping me going on Paleo.

  40. So everyone in my house recently made the transition to Paleo and we’re doing great! I’ve been using your site for recipes (and lots of laughs!) since, and I have to tell you…this chili is incredible. The one thing I miss the most through this change has been beans, and making chili without beans made me laugh. It should be illegal. But holy crap, I can admit where i’m wrong. I just ate a massive bowl of this chili and holy crap, this was almost more satisfying than sex! hahaha

  41. Just made this tonight and I think I love you. It was so incredibly delicious. I made it with your Bacon and Chive Sweet Potato Biscuits. It was an incredibly satisfying combination. YUM!

  42. I’ve made this recipe 10 times now and I love it more each time. I’ve learned to make enough for leftovers because it’s even better the next day after the flavors have mingled.

  43. Love this recipe! This recipe helped me convince my VERY non-paleo family (esp my brother and dad) that I was telling the truth about paleo being good tasting and easy to make!

  44. Seriously can’t wait for your cookbook to come out. Good Lord above. Your recipes ROCK MY SOCKS!

    1. Is there any way to figure out what shipping to Hawaii would be? USPS doesn’t charge more for shipping to Hawaii than anywhere else in the country.

  45. I just made this tonight, and I am so excited to have it as lunch for the week!! Best. Chili. Ever. And the sweet potato is an amazing touch! Thanks!!!

  46. This is a really great recipe and we really love it over the sweet potatoes. I don’t add quite as much of the spices since I don’t like it very spicy. Reheats very well over the next few days, if it lasts that long!

  47. Very tasty – I left out the sweet potatoes and peppers (only because I didn’t have any on hand) and added some shredded carrots that I had and *gasp* corn. The flavors of the spices were very distinct and I have never had chili that tasted this way before! I also added another can of sauce because I like my chili to be more soupy but I’m sure the consistency would’ve been perfect for sweet potato topping!

  48. I LOVE your recipes. I have made this amazing smoky bacon chili every week for the past month and tried many more from your site. I love all the flavor and spice your recipes have. I just ordered the cookbook and I can’t wait. Thank you

  49. im generally not big on spicy but i followed this recipe exactly and i LOVE it! this truly may be one of my new favorite things! i love sweet potatoes and would eat them every day for every meal and added it to this rather than as a vessel for the chili, and i liked the added heartiness. thank you for this!!!

  50. Juli, all I can say is WOW!! My daughter said, “If you keep making recipes lie this then I am good with paleo!” This recipe is so good! I considered not putting in all the spices because it seemed like too much but it completely made the recipe. Also, anything with bacon is an A+ to my husband. He commented several times that he liked this recipe. Never would have thought to put it over sweet potatoes but it was so delicious!! Thank you Juli for all your recipes…I couldn’t survive without them!

  51. This chili was amazing!!! I can’t wait to try it with the sweet potatoes. I am currently doing the 21 dsd and trying to avoid sweet potatoes. I broke my foot and my CF workouts are a little less intense right now. Thanks again!!!

  52. Amazballs is all i can say! You are a freaking culinary genius. Please don’t stop making me laugh, or over eat!

  53. Made this tonight and it was awesome! I recommend doubling the recipe so you have leftovers!!

  54. The chili turned out to be amazing, and I would never have thought to eat it atop a sweet potato, but the combination of sweet and spicy is SO good! Thank you, and keep it up! I love your posts and recipes!

  55. Juli, I made this last night…in a cast…hopping around on one leg. I decided to make it because I just happened to have all the ingredients laying around and thought…why not?! It was SUPER EASY! I added a few spoonfuls of sauce from a can of adobo chiles because I needed to use it up and it added a little more kick! I also ate mine over sweet potatoes! So delicious!

  56. This chili is amazing! I’ve tried about 5 of your recipes and every single one has been great. Thank you!

  57. I’m new to paleo and have been searching website after website for recipes that were good and easy. I’m so glad I found yours – you crack me up! Some times I read your blog intros and forget to look at the recipe, haha 🙂 Any way, I made this last night (it’s the first paleo recipe I’ve made) and I loved it. I had it for dinner last night, breakfast this morning and lunch today. I think I might add green chilis to it next time I make it, or maybe not. It was great as is.

  58. YUM!!! This chili was really good. I doubled the recipe so I would have leftovers for lunches this week. I have a feeling it’s going to taste even better tomorrow than it did tonight. Also, I added some liquid smoke and chopped up a jalapeno pepper and added it with the rest of the veggies. Thanks for another great recipe!

  59. I made this last night and it was sooo yummy! My husband loved it so that is a plus…this will be my go to chili recipe from now on. 🙂 Every recipe of your that I have made have been a sucess so thank you!!!!!

  60. I made this today for my Bunco group. There were no left-overs! BTW, I make a batch of your “Meat Sauce I Put on Everything” every other week to put on spaghetti squash.

  61. Holy tolito! This chili was the best I’ve ever had (sorry Ma) I had my first taste on my lunch break just now and when I tried the first bite I said, out loud, HOLY CRAP; co-workers staring and everything. I roasted my own tomatoes for this recipe because this was my first attempt at chili making and I wanted it to be spectacular and spectacular it was. Simply Delicious. The sweet potato wrapped everything up perfectly. Juli, you complete my taste buds.

  62. Wow, I have to say this chili was amazing! I stuck to the recipe and it turned out perfect. This was first year I that I decided enter into an annual chili cook off held by a group of my friends. Well…out of 18 chili recipes (very tough competitors) I took best overall and most original. Great Recipe! Thanks!

  63. Made this for dinner last night and it was fantastic! I just love meaty chili. I laid off the cayenne a little because I’m a weenie, and I didn’t do the sweet potatoes, just a big bowl of chili goodness. Quick and easy to make, too!

    I’m sort of with you on purses. I sometimes lust over really expensive bags, but could never see myself plunking down $$ for one just so I could drop it on the ground or spill something on it. Plus the inside of my purses usually ends up looking like a trash bag, so there’s that.

  64. Unbelievably good and SO simple to make! Can’t wait to heat up my leftovers! Juli, you rock!!! I’ve now tried a bunch of your recipes and they never disappoint! Thank you for making paleo so easy 🙂

  65. I’m literally dying at your post right now! I thought I was the only girl who felt that way. Anywho, I can’t wait to make this.

  66. Love this chili! We’ve made it two nights in a row but we also add a jalapeño for extra spice!! Absolutely delicious! One week paleo and going strong! 🙂 thanks for sharing !!!

  67. Juli: I just made your chili and won 3rd place with it at our church chili cook off out of 17 entries. 🙂 Love this recipe. I didn’t have garlic cloves so just used extra garlic and since a lot of people were going to eat this, instead of baking whole sweet potatoes, I cut them into bite size chunks and roasted in the oven w/a little olive oil. Then I put them in a separate bowl so people could put the chili over the potatoes if they wanted to. Thanks. -Betty Ann

  68. Juli: my wife and I just cooked this tonight and good night it was delicious! It had incredible flavor and the perfect amount of heat. This is our first week of Paleo and I appreciate how hearty this meal was. Thanks!

    -Zach and Hannah
    Athens, Ga

  69. THIS IS THE BEST CHILI EVER!!!! Seriously. My all time favorite chili. My boyfriend and I made it 5 weekends in a row with enough to last us about 2 extra meals into the week (we meal plan due to our schedules). Weekends are when we try out new recipes or dishes I find. This one is definately here to stay and overruled pretty much all the others for awhile (bacon got pricey)haha. I LOVE it soo much (& all your other recipes). Thank you!! 🙂 You’re amazing!

  70. Excellent Chili!!! I made one modification that is definitely worth trying. I put in a half lb. of ground beef and a half lb. of chorizo. Man, it was fabulous!!!

  71. Made this last night and it was delicious! Easy and made plenty. Had it for lunch today and it was even better. I am new to Paleo and lost 17.5 lbs so far and feel fab. Glad I found you!

  72. Really really good recipe and easy to make. Next time i might drain some of the bacon fat before adding the vegs.

  73. Hey there, this recipe intrigues me and I’m encouraged by all the positive comments. I’m looking for a chili recipe to make for a church chili cook off and thought I’d look for something with bacon. However, we’re to bring our chili in a crock pot. I can convert the recipe for that…I’m wondering about the sweet potatoes. What would you think of cubing them and putting them in with the chili? Or on the bottom of the pot? Oh, and thanks for a recipe with no beans! I’m not a fan of beans, so I’m always happy to find chili without them. Can’t wait to try the recipe!

  74. Just looking for a good chili recipe and as always, I look here first. Found one! I have to admit, I don’t always read your blog posts, but happened to read this and it is so funny AND very true! Feel the same way…give me a bag from Target or H&M and I’m fine with it. Although your bag choices and price point may have changed since 2011 with your success!;)
    Congrats on all of the exciting things in your life recently. I love following on fb and IG!

  75. About four years late, I’m just finding/trying this recipe.

    SO GOOD! I’ve been on an “OMG, That’s Paleo?” cookbook kick and this was so dang easy and so yummy/hearty.

    I think next time I’ll top it with some avocado to get that sour cream-esque feel.

    Thanks so much for being awesome at what you do!

  76. Spot on the money with what Kyla above said, this is a cracking recipe, and it’s like bacon and chilli combo “where have you been all my life?!” I’m going to make this for my mum next time, and I’ll be using Peter’s suggestion of the sweet potato chili fries, that sounds devine!!

    Thanks for the video too, makes it super braindead easy!!

  77. This is the best recipe of my FUCKING LIFE Juli. For real. Like, this one pot thing makes my day.

  78. So we discovered this recipe about a year ago, ate it several times through out the winter, and loved it! Then yesterday, my wife decided to make it again…but she couldn’t find it! She was relieved to see that it was still available. With it getting cool again, this will definitely become another winter staple in our house! Thanks again for the awesome recipe!

  79. Wow, was this good! I love that it’s simple to make yet does not lack in flavor at all. I let it cook while my sweet potato fries were baking, so mine cooked for a bit longer. Will definitely be making this again and recommending. Thanks for a great recipe!

  80. Question, this chili sounds amazing, but needed to double check. It does not say to pour off the bacon/hamburger grease before adding everything else, but assume you would?

  81. This chili recipe is THE BEST! I made it with venison from the deer I killed and it was soooo good! I added a couple of tablespoons of apple cider vinegar to help calm the gamey flavor from the deer. It turned out great!

  82. This was so good! Perfect to get us through this quarantine. Sharing with all my friends! Thank you 🙂

  83. Katherine Schwartz

    This is delicious! I have made this before exactly to the recipe and loved it. Last night I made it with diced carrots and zucchini to bulk it up and I added 2 tablespoons of cocoa powder and oh my gosh amazing. The cocoa powder really adds dimension but it’s great as is too!

  84. Here it is 2023 and when I need to up my protein I ALWAYS come back to this recipe. It’s my absolute favorite. Thank you.

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