What’s for Lunch #1: Chicken and Black Bean Chili

What's For Lunch #1

I thought it might be fun to start a series on Cooking for Seven where I share a photo of my lunch on the same day each week. I’m not promising that I’ll be able to hit EVERY Tuesday. But I’ll sure try!

Here’s my lunch #1: Chicken, corn, and black been chili with cheddar cheese, sour cream, and tortilla chips.

What did you have for lunch today? Describe it in the comments or share a photo!

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12 thoughts on “What’s for Lunch #1: Chicken and Black Bean Chili

  1. Your lunch looks wonderful! I am embarrassed to say that I made a plain chicken sandwich from leftover chicken (sliced chicken breast, on whole wheat bread spread with mustard, and a lettuce wedge on the side). Looking forward to your series of lunches.

  2. I love your blog and watch it closely. I so enjoyed seeing your wedding pictures. I pray you and your husband will be very happy together. I am sure you are an excellent house wife and homemaker. Next month I will celebrate my 27th wedding anniversary!!! (I can’t believe it myself) I have never gotten tired of housework or staying home full time to raise our children…I’ve always considered it a blessing and have always felt like a queen to have such an opportunity!!! Today I had my usual lunch, plain yogurt with fruit added and 1/2 a bagel with a bit of ham….your lunch looked far more interesting….Keep blogging…and cooking!! God Bless .

  3. I like this idea!

    I’m a day late, but yesterday I had Sausage and Lentil Soup for lunch. I have to admit – it was pretty tasty!

    Your chili looks fabulous. Got to search and see if it’s in your archives πŸ˜‰

  4. Is this chili recipe posted on your site? I really want to try it this weekend for the family “work-in-the-yard” day…Thanks!

    • Loretta: No, I have not posted this recipe on my site. I just threw a few things into a pot! Here’s what I used: leftover chili from a local coffee shop, black beans, diced tomatoes, chicken, frozen corn, and spices (cumin, cayenne, salt, pepper, etc. etc.). It’s so easy and you can customize it to your liking! Make sure to serve it with sour cream, cheddar cheese, and corn chips! Best of luck – Erica Lea.

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