I love chili, Mr. T loves it more. To me nothing says fall more than chili. It's the perfect thing to eat when the air starts to get cold. (of course cold is relative depending on where you are)
There are different styles of chili depending on the part of the country you are. I was raised on chili with tomatoes, ground meat, and beans. Topped with sour cream, cheese, and red onion if you like. It's a little thicker. Everyone likes eating their chili a different way, because of this I tend to set up a "Chili Bar" so everyone can just go through the line and pick the toppings that they want.
Crock Pot Chili:
(Inspired from the Publix Chili Seasoning packet)
1 pound ground beef or turkey
1 can diced tomatoes
1 can diced tomatoes with chilies
2 cans pinto beans (or kidney beans)
1 seasoning mix packet
2 tablespoons Worchestershire sauce
Brown ground beef or turkey in a skillet. Add worchestershire sauce and seasoning packet and mix, making sure that all of the meat is covered in spice.
In the crock pot add the cans of beans and tomatoes (undrained).
Add the meat to the pot, stir to combine, and let cook for a couple of hours.
As I said I love to set up a chili bar so everyone can make their chili how they like it.
Here's what I add: