Wednesday, September 1, 2021

In Purrsuit Of Flavours ~ Comfort Style ~ Feel Good Recipes


We are joining up with The Weimie MasterChef-Twins and The Canadian Cats, who can cook too!

Hmmm, this is Petcretary's eyes...and belly, most foods are 'feel good', and a comfort to the palate.

So...since we didn't have any internet for almost all day, we are going to just take it easy...that's comforting right?? Cause not having internet is very UNcomfortable and frustrating!

A fave here used to be Ice Cream! Or Key Lime Pie...preceded by a naughty (at least now), concoction of canned chili and corn chips, slathered with cheese. Mmmm!

Not Paleo, or Low Carb, let alone Keto, BOL!

Baked Chili With Cheesy Corn Chips ~ aka Chili Pie

Take a can (or more if you have more than one hungry belly to comfort...) of chili. With or without beans, your preference.

Take a bag of corn chips and spread a layer on the bottom of a 9 inch square baking dish, grease it first. If using more than 2 cans of chili, use a 9 x 11 dish.

Put a thin layer of chili on top of the chip layer.

Chop a large onion and  place that on the chili layer, and add some more corn chips. Add a layer of shredded cheddar cheese; followed by more chips and a thick layer of chili. Cover with the rest of the corn chips and then another layer of shredded cheese.

Bake at 350, till hot and bubbly and the cheese is all melted.

Serve hot! Enjoy!

We used to make this a lot when the unfurs were still here at home, and when us grown ups were not on a healthier eating regime:) 

Its good for potluck affairs, too!

Then have some ice cream! Who doesn't like that!!

Or if you feel more sophisticated have some key lime pie with your ice cream, Mmmm!

Please add your POTP, and prayers for Miss Jean of The Canadian Cats (see above for the link) to Get Well Soon.


  1. that is a tummy warmer we bet... and when the world becomes cold it can bring some warm feelings back...

  2. That Chili Pie looks sooooooo yumy! We may have to give that one a try! We hope that Miss Jean feels better soon.

  3. Chili 'n' cheese always a go-together, yum ...
    P.S. we read your Gentlemen's Kilt poem over at Sammy's this morning ~ it was terrific!

  4. That looks like comfort food all right. I usually serve home made chili with rice, along with chips and salsa.

  5. guyz....thiz rezz a peez soundz GRATE ~~~~ thanx for sharin :) and just in time for LUNCH BRAKE cordin ta trout towne time !! ♥♥☺☺

  6. That looks good, thanks for sharing. XO

  7. That looks very tasty. I would have to omit the onion though as I can no longer eat it.

  8. OH YEAH!@ That is MOM's kinda recipe!!! It's time for lunch brake as Tabbies say or suppers brake! Mom would have it for brekkie!

  9. Oh Yum! Mom misses eating food like this. Alas, Alex can't eat gluten or Nightshades (potatoes, tomatoes, peppers), She is learning to cook all over again!