🍅LARGE FAMILY COOKING 🌽 | Large Family Weekend Chili | Cook With Me!

– Hey guys, we are getting ready to have the weekend around here,
and if the house seems a little too quiet that’s
because it is quiet. And I need to get kids out
here and moving around again. Actually, they’re done
with their table work time. They’ve just been back with Travis because I filmed an
unboxing video and sometimes for those I like to have quiet and think a few complete thoughts,
but that’s not real life so the noise shall begin again. Anywho, so it’s Friday
here, and what I’m gonna do is just get a great big ol’
pot of chili for the weekend. We are, I’ve mentioned
this, you’re gonna hear this in some videos coming
out multiple times, okay? Okay, so here it goes
for like, the tenth time or the first time, it depends
on when this video falls. We are about five weeks past our last big super-mega grocery haul,
and we are gonna do a big gonna go to Costco and
Sharp Shopper and do a big pickup haul next week, so that’ll be about five and half weeks or so in. I could put the order in
now, but again I don’t want to spend our weekend doing groceries. So, I’m working tomorrow,
you know I take a lot of Saturdays and have a dedicated
work day, and then Sunday is church and chill, so,
we just need a big meal for dinner tonight, and then
Travis and the kids will have it tomorrow, and then
Sunday after church we may end up eating out, we
do that some Sundays. However, we’ll still have it
for leftover Sunday night. I got a bunch of cornbread in
the freezer from my last big freezer cooking days in February
that we’re still using up. I’m gonna get this big pot of chili going. Another thing I’m gonna do
once I find my scrub brush. In my February freezer
cooking days I had a hard time only because I was
videoing, I had a hard time cooking my meat in my instant
pot, even though I had cooked ground beef, and I’ve
cooked frozen ground beef in the instant pot many, many times. It’s just that day it just didn’t work. It didn’t work at all, so
I’m gonna be bold today and yet again try to film doing my meat in the instant pot, and I’m
going to do four and a half pounds of lean ground beef, and I’m going to do a two pound roll of sausage. We are just gonna pressure
cook both of those together. I’m gonna do them for forty-five minutes on manual on high and that should do it. I went through, I read, it’s
like I know I’ve done this I know I’m not crazy and
I went through, I Googled I found several other
ladies who have cooked their frozen ground beef in their instant pot. Many of those articles said
to do it for thirty minutes on high, however because I’m
actually gonna do two extra pounds, because you know me,
go big or go home, right? So, I’m doing two extra pounds
I’m gonna increase it by about fifteen minutes there,
and those same ladies said that they’ve cooked their
ground beef from frozen. I’ll link some of those
different articles below, and so if you don’t wanna take
my word for it since you’ve seen me fail, or if I fail
again today, but I have done it in months past, it was just
like a weird fluky thing I guess whenever you’re cooking
that much food for that much freezer cooking weird fluky
things are gonna happen. So, just got done doing a
bunch of spaghetti squash for a video, and now, okay,
so I like, I think you call it like a Cincinnati chili, you
guys can correct me, and so I’m gonna have my chili
over spaghetti squash. You do not have to do that,
but that’s what I’m gonna do. And a few years ago
before I even called it a Cook With Me video or any
of that, I filmed me making a big pot of weekend chili,
since its been a while I thought I could film it today. I’m gonna do beans in the
other pressure cooker. Okay, so got our ground beef
in there, I know what I forgot. Gonna put a cup of water
in. Get that meat going. Then I’m gonna get the beans
going, and then we’ll open all of our cans and get those going. And I’ll probably do some
green peppers and onions in with the beans ’cause
those are easy to do. So, there we go! Okay, and then actually I’m
gonna turn off, it’s already on high pressure, now I put it on 45. ‘Cause I wanna cook it well. – [Jamerrill] You wanna
help mommy carry cans? We got some cans, go to the
pantry. Let’s get our cans. (child laughing) They actually set cans out
earlier when I was in there peaking in because we get big helpers. Okay, so can you take those?
Take small ones and come back. I’m gonna get the one big
one but you can get the rest. I had asked Travis for some corn and he got me a super mega can of corn. This thing of doing beans
in the pressure cooker is they don’t have to be soaked. I sent Travis for beans, I
said “pick whatever you want I will make us one big
meal for this weekend and then next week we’ll do our big haul.” And so he said, “chili”
’cause he likes chili. Daniel’s doing circles.
So that’s what we got. We got some chili stuff. I
would have gotten some more butter beans, I probably
would have gotten three cans of butter beans, three can of navy beans, three cans of black beans, but ya know. Well, he got two big cans of the light beans, two big cans of the dark. Okay, I just got my super
mega pot down from on top of the refrigerator, this
is my other size pot. Oooh, but I think we’re
gonna use the big one. Biggest one that mama has. So, this is a twenty two quart pot. So, now I have two large pizzas
and the dough is defrosted. Well, two large pizzas is
not enough for my family. So, I’m gonna also do these
two pizzas, because now that the dough is defrosted, you
know I don’t want it to go bad. I figured if I make two
pizzas someone will eat them, so it’s not the super health
food house this weekend between pizza and chili,
but oh well, thus is life. We’re gonna get dumping cans now. Now you can pour that one
in, that’s our black beans. We’ll do our navy beans. – I want navy beans. – Uh-huh, navy beans, you
pour in the navy beans. These are black beans. (can opener whir) You pour those in. This is a
little can of tomato paste. You pour that one in. You
got it? Wooo, that’s okay! So, like I said I’m using
four of the forty point five ounce cans of kidney
beans, two dark kidney beans, two light kidney beans. Another big can of beans. – Now you let go. – Oh, let me let go? Okay, woo! Mr. Independent! Woop, uh ohhh! (Jamerill wooing) So this is a 106 ounce
can of corn, and we just put in, well it says
six pounds nice ounces. These end up being 106 ounces, too. Big can of corn. You can help mommy do this. You can put your hands on and help. Lift it. Use your strong
muscles. Good job! When I made this before
some people tell me this is what they call taco soup, this is what Travis and I have always called chili. This recipe we started making it early in our marriage, called it
chili, that’s what it is to us. So, we are adding in an
entire bottle of chili powder, and then I’m going to add
a tablespoon of cumin, garlic powder, onion powder,
and paprika, and again, big ol’ stock pot full, right Mr. Daniel? (Daniel hums in agreement) This is exciting, guess what
you get to do with that? Dump it all in. Oh, wow, all
of it, all of it. Good job! Gonna stir that up now and I’m gonna get it on low so it can just start. Put it in, Daniel, give
it some good mixies. (spoon clanking) I had an eight pound bag.
I’m putting in four cups. So, we’re not baking right
now, we’re doing our beans. We’ll call that close enough
to two cups, it’s not right. I’ll treat it just as if that was six. (Daniel murmuring) As if it was six cups of pinto beans. So, I’m gonna use the GoWise.
I just added in twelve cups of water, now I’m gonna chop
up these three green peppers ’cause I’m ruining my chili
anyway, and I’m gonna add some minced garlic, and I’m
gonna put the lid on this, we’re gonna cook it on
manual high for 25 minutes. So, I have about half a jar
of this minced garlic left, so that would be about four ounces. A half of a teaspoon
equals a clove of garlic, so my, oh my, that’s many
garlic cloves, that’s gonna be fantastic. There
we go. Into the beans! So, I just added my
green peppers in there. Now, if I had an onion
I’d chop up a whole onion and throw it in there, and so making chili without an onion almost seems
wrong, but it’ll be okay. Emilia was out here for
a minute, she was gonna be my assistant and put the
green peppers in, she instead went back to daddy, so
you may hear a squeal here in a moment when she
realizes, oh no, she missed putting in the peppers, I tried, I tried. Anways, so now for this GoWise we’re gonna get this lid on and get this going for twenty five minutes on manual. So, Travis came out for a
bit and we were chatting, but you know he’s not a video guy. Although, I do think
he’s gonna start his own YouTube channel, but you’re gonna mostly see his hands in his videos. It’s gonna be all mechanic and guy stuff. I don’t know a thing about it. Anyway, I just wanted to show you the pizzas that he rolled out for us. So, he rolled out, I had
two wides of dough, and he rolled them all out for us,
my baby’s calling for us. I’m looking at him, what
are you doing, Benjamin? He rolled out the dough,
he did the pizza sauce, he did the cheese, he did the pepperoni. And this is my homemade
dough from the freezer. And now they’re both
going in the oven at 450 for about twelve to fifteen minutes. Of course my top rack one
will be done perfectly, and then I’ll need to move
my bottom rack pizza up, just how my silly old oven is, for another probably two minutes or so. And our meat is done,
ground beef is done in this instant pot, and the beans
the pressures going down in there, so getting ready to pull the weekend pot of chili together. Honestly, I think here
we’ll probably everyone will have a few pizza slices
and then they’ll probably start to work on the
chili tomorrow, but it’ll be done, and that’s what’s important. – [Jamerill] Watchu
waiting for, Ms. Emilia? – Pizza. – [Jamerrill] Pizza! You
keeping an eye on it? – Yeah. Yeah, pizza. – [Emilia] I’m making sure
it doesn’t get burned. – Oh, that’s good, well I just put it in there so we should be good. I’m testing inside the
meat. It’s 207 degrees. So we’ve definitely made it over the recommended temperature of 170. I’ll pull it out and drain it now and get that in the chili. – [Child] Thank you mom for
having dad to make pizzas. – [Jamerrill] Oh, yeah, well I didn’t want that dough to go to waste,
we had set it out last night. Okay, Jaden is doing a
filming project this weekend and just noticed that he
left his external hard drive, so I sent him a picture of
it and he says he thinks they can make it work
without it, so that’s just some of my extra mom
hustle and running around. Sending text messages and pictures and making sure it’s all okay. So anyway, I’ve got this ground beef out. So, I just realized homemade pizza fail. I just forgot to set the timer. I told you guys in the video
what to set the timer for. I did a good job in my
video, Liam, I told ’em. “Twelve minutes on 450.”
Well, I got busy chattin’ and totally forgot to put the timer on. So, Liam came out, we just looked at ’em. They look pretty good,
but I set the timer for five minutes and then we’ll check on it. So, I also just added that
six and a half pounds, so it was four and a half
pounds of ground beef, and then two pounds of sausage marinated. That’s how Travis likes his chili. Then we’ve got our little
bit of beans here to add in. There’s the first beautiful
pizza out, and the next one will be out in another few
minutes. So, there we go! Mr. Travis’ beautiful homemade pizzas. (child stammering) Oh, yes, and just in
time for hmm-hmm, yeah. Mr. Benjamin’s gonna have some dinner, and then I’m gonna serve everybody else! You’re done, you wanna play with it? You wanna lick the spoon? Yeah. Dada. Benjamin just got done
eatin’ and now we’re gonna put our beans in the chili pot and then dinner is done
for the next couple days. The beans are perfect, now I’m gonna add them into our big pot of chili. Here we go, guys, almost full to the brim! The twenty two quart big stock
pot full of leaking chili. The big thing is in a
large and growing family; make a lot of food and it
should be enough for everyone. So, don’t worry we’ll
eat it over the weekend. So, thank you guys for
cooking this big ol’ weekend pot of chili with me. I will have a way that
this recipe went down over on largefamilytable.com. Trying to find my pizza cutter. We’re doing the wise thing and we are not throwing away pizza dough that we ended up not using, yes, we’re going to eat it and I’m going to find my pizza cutter. The recipe for my big ol’ pot
of chili will be over there. Along with my other chili
variations from over the years. Thanks for cooking with me, I’ll see you maybe tomorrow with
another video, buh-bye!

100 comments on “🍅LARGE FAMILY COOKING 🌽 | Large Family Weekend Chili | Cook With Me!”

  1. Tom Goodman says:

    Pam here on Tom's site. One, how do you have enough room in your refridg to hold that big pot? And two, how do you carry such a heavy pot when it is full? It's just my husband I I now but I still enjoy your videos.

  2. Cathielovesyouh09 says:

    I love your measuring 🤣❤️

  3. Tomato Tomato says:

    PS Do you know about Factor 50 suncream? It's good to protect the skin against strong UV light on your walks. I use it on my hands and face and chest. You look like you have delicate skin therefore I think it would be valuable to you. The Queen uses it – that's the Queen of England – but then she has spent her life sitting in the sun watching parades all her life – her dermatologists recommend it. Be sure to look after your skin and put lots of SPF 50 on every day – you must be from European stock so you need it in America.

  4. Scoobious Von Dubious says:

    I have been looking for that 5th Season chili powder everywhere and can't find it! Does anyone know if they stopped making it?

  5. Elizabeth Mattinson says:

    I'm not a big fan of chili but I must say that looks delish, Jamerrill 🙂 TYFS!!

  6. Janet G says:

    Jamerrill, have you found those pressure cookers a time saver?? Not sure if I want one…seems like trend, not sure if it would cut down my cooking time…..

  7. Heidi LeWren says:

    Nothing beats homemade pizza. I'm planning on making some this weekend for my son's birthday party. I enjoy making the red sauce from scratch too, so it gets used not only or pizza (I like it really thick), but spaghetti and lasagna. Mmm. Thanks for the video and have a great week!

  8. Tomato Tomato says:

    PSS – If I lived in your neighbourhood I would come round and give you a hand. I would be like a nice Mary Poppins English governess style person – teaching your children nice lessons in a old fashioned English way. We have people from all over the world coming to our English schools to get a dose of the English school way. I wish I could transport myself in every morning to do classes for your lovely children.

  9. Peggy Brady says:

    I love your videos and you keeping it real. Love you and your hubby and children <3

  10. Cuppy Cake says:

    Pls pls pls get a tripod! I can’t watch without getting dizzy 😭 it sucks bc I love your videos

  11. lynn f says:

    Daniel is just precious!! What a big helper he is❤

  12. Carie Roman says:

    I love this! “Have quiet moments and think a few complete thoughts.. but that’s not real life!!” 😂 this is so true! Mommy life is awesome! ❤️

  13. Jessica H says:

    You ARE Super Mama! God bless you!

  14. Shesacamper 1 says:

    Everything looks delicious Jamerrill! Love your videos!

  15. southerncouponista says:

    I love the "church and chill" on Sunday! I need a sticker made with that for my planner!!!

  16. Tammy D. says:

    Does it change the flavor if you drain all the cans?

  17. Shari Newman says:

    Can you freeze the chili

  18. SimoneJoseph17 says:

    Would I make a difference if you used the sodium free beans instead of the regular ones?

  19. Antonina Jucovscaia says:

    Chili looks really good!! And pizza! But more importantly the kids are adorable!

  20. Honeysuckle Blossom says:

    Aw Daniel's pjs, bedtime bandit! Love it 💚😀so cute x

  21. rosycheks says:

    Thanks Jammerill for another video!! Just love all the videos you post! Wish I had your motivation to cook more! If I do get enough spunk in my day, I'll be sure to do a freezer cooking day!!

  22. Maureen Snowden says:

    Small trick so you always have an onion on hand dice chop whatever you do a gallon zip lock bag of onion and leave it in the freezer so when you run our of fresh you have back up already chopped and ready to go!

  23. neth mx says:

    Hi, I want to tell you that the uncooked beans you added at least, you should washed and check for little rocks.I said it cause here in México is what we Always do before put them inside the pot. Anyway It looks delicious and I would like someday have a big family like yours… too bad im single 😂 lots of love 🙂 ♡

  24. anordinarymom says:

    "Sometimes I like to have quiet and think a complete thought…" 😂
    Yes, quiet and complete thoughts, I have this vague recollection of what those are… #momlife

  25. Nuttall Vlogs says:

    Well I am one of four so I am pre programmed to cook for 6 people minimum, but my own family is just 3 people! So I make a great vat of something, we have a serving each and then I freeze the leftovers in individual portions. Means nothing goes to waste and we have easy peasy dinners for the days we need em! I also make my fish pie, shepherd's pie and lasagne in those mini tin foil trays you get from the take away (we can buy them in our local cheap and cheerful shop) so I can use every pan in the house once every 3 months to make 12 portions of a whacking great pie that we cycle through our meal plan xx

  26. anordinarymom says:

    We use the big jars of minced garlic from Costco, and I love buying my seasonings in 1 lb bags (then store in Mason jars), the Frontier Co-op brand, from Amazon. Just fewer small containers to go through 😊

    Those pizzas made my mouth water!! (Guess who's hungry right now? 😂)

  27. deborah miller says:

    Girl!!!! You rock I am always in awe of what you do!!!!…..BRAVO.

  28. Peggy Spencer says:

    No no nooooo….Benjamin cannot be old enough for solid foods already?! Where did the time go??! Like seriously?! He's just so adorable tho, wanna give hugs

  29. Kella LaFaire says:

    I think I am going to get an instant pot and I’m so glad you’re showing beans and beef!!

  30. Frances Orosco says:

    Chili looked so good! Is it spicy for kids? I'm gonna make some for my grandkids. Thanks for idea.

  31. jean massey says:

    Ahh, Daniel! My favorite YouTuber! I always drain my beans, especially black beans. Do you find the juices add to the flavor?

  32. enlightenedbygrace4U says:

    That's ok, I can come and help finish off any of the leftovers! 5 stars!

  33. Slow Cooker Ideas says:

    nice chili, it's always good to have some help

  34. Natalie Eiting says:

    What happens with all the grease in the IP?

  35. Suzanne Johnson says:

    Your recipes look so tasty! I love your videos..lovely family and truly blessed 🙂

  36. Jeri P says:

    Love watching you, but some times I cannot hear what you are saying. I wonder if it is me or do other people have the same problem

  37. Rebekah Watkins says:

    Daniel sure is cute

  38. Evelyn Martinez says:

    Thank you for sharing. Great video, chili looks so good!

  39. ashley bailie says:

    Ha Mr Daniel is just like my boys fascinated with the can opener!! Looks delicious xx

  40. OnePurplePrincess says:

    Love it!! Chili with a pepperoni pizza appetizer! Yum❣️

  41. Becca M says:

    That chili would feed an army! I love chili, haven't had it in a long time. Maybe I'll make it next meal plan. I always put beans in mine.

  42. Inez Christopher says:

    I love your channel and i think you wear a cape to manage all that you do. I have learned a lot from this short time Ive been with you.

  43. Naomy Abril says:

    El Chili se parece a
    Los frijoles charros
    Que hacemos en México

  44. Katie Pangborn says:

    So what constitutes a “large family” these days? I have seen some families that have 3-4 children that consider themselves “large families”… I watch theirs and LOL because I’m used to watching you or Amy’s truly large family. Lol. I think you should call yourself the Gigantic Family Table Lol. Blessings from Indiana!

  45. Jen T says:

    thank you for sharing parts of your life with us. you are encouraging, helpful, informative and a woman who loves God and family. thank you for showing how all us real moms live on a daily basis. your hard work does not go unnoticed.

  46. Lexie Hennessy says:

    If travis started a csr channel and answered peoples car questiond hed have tons if subscribers. FB is full of people asking car questions on the community pages, and usually getting the wrong answer 😁

  47. Bumble Bee says:

    Oh, I LOVE those Butter Beans!!! I eat them right out of the can! LOL Danielle is SO cute and sweet. <3

  48. Bumble Bee says:

    Do you put your chili over rice? That's how I like it….. Your chili looks so yummy!!! Lucky family getting so many delicious meals….

  49. Rebecca S says:

    Baby Benjiman is just sooo cute!And the chili looked delish xx

  50. Saving with Stephanie J says:

    I’m so addicted to your channel!

  51. Wendy Frye says:

    The next time you are grabbing spices at Sharp Shopper consider getting a container of dehydrated, minced onion. It's really great to have on hand when all the fresh onions have been used up……

  52. Dianne Fitzsimmons says:

    Wow! That looks great! I love to see other mother's dinners. Thank you Jamerrill

  53. krista drummond says:

    great recipe, I attempted ground beef in the crock almost exact same time you did the video and I also failed in the same way.  No big deal and I don't consider it a fail just miscalculation of needed time.  I just turned on the skillet part and pan fried it done right in the instant pot.  🙂   I wanted to also say I really like your hair like it was.  Just down and no frills other than curls was really flattering on you!  🙂

  54. Yvonna Hooper says:

    Where did you get your 22 qt pot and how old is precious Daniel (3)?

  55. Melissa Newell says:

    Your pizza looks awesome. Mine never look that good. Great video is always my friend!

  56. Troxy_ venol says:

    Pausing the video to say, Daniel is sooo cuutteeeee…😄😍😍

  57. Erin Keating says:

    You don't rinse the liquid off of the beans?

  58. Mechille says:

    Looked good 🙂  Thanks for sharing.

  59. Lakesha Trower says:

    Church and Chill loovvvveee itttt!!!!!…love your videos especially after a long day..Your voice is so relaxing and peaceful😊😊👋👋

  60. Nicki Zieth says:

    Being Australian, I am
    Always so fascinated by chilli, I had it at a friends once on holidays in Wisconsin and this I think was very similar, so thank you for posting this as I’ve tried a few recipes trying to get it like that WI one with no luck….going to try this with my crew next week 😉 love watching another large family with so much joy, tans love xxx

  61. MissCourts says:

    I’ve been watching you for a very long time, and this video had me cracking up! Love your videos!!

  62. The Baby Buncher says:

    That's pretty similar to our chilli recipe. Sometimes I also grate a couple of carrots or zucchinis into the mix. Nobody can taste it and I get the kids eat more veg. Also, sometimes on the second chilli day I add some more beans, spoon onto tortillas with cheese, wrap them up and bake them for 20 minutes… chilli bean burritos.

  63. Nicole Epperson says:

    Hi! I was just looking at one of your videos from August 2015. You were using sonlight. I was wondering if you still use that? If so, how do you like it? I have multiple children. If you already have a video on this topic, please notify me. Thanks

  64. u4evamine says:

    I like chili over elbow noodles. It's a good way to stretch it further.

  65. Loving Life Fam says:

    How do you fast cooling the chilli for refrigerator?

  66. Adaywithjay says:

    Aren’t you suppose to rinse the beans before you cook them??? Cus that water has preservatives and what not 😖🤔🤔🤔🤔

  67. Heather Peterson says:

    Your channel is one of, if not my absolute, favorite channels on Youtube! You encourage me so much with every video.

    To anyone else that loves Jamerrill's channel can you recommend any other similar channels??

  68. Melissa Taylor says:

    Everything looked good. Your children are so cute.

  69. Regina Allan says:

    I keep frozen chopped onions and/or dried minced onions on hand for when I run out of onions

  70. kristi dover says:

    I've been subscribed to you for a while. It unsubscribed me again!!!!
    I wonder why that happens.

  71. J Byrnes says:

    Oh my ovaries

  72. R.L. Amor says:

    You are an extraordinary woman and I admire you so much. I love how your heart is in the home with your family. ♥️

  73. Lisa Afek says:

    Thanks for sharing your recipes. Your souse chef did a great job and he’s so sweet. I just love little boy energy. You’re so sweet too.

  74. Sharon Booda says:

    This is genius! My husband works 4, 10 hour days and often isn’t home until 9pm. or later. I’ve struggled with dinners on those days. We don’t mind leftovers. A big pot of something ready made for those days makes so much sense.

  75. roxanne jenkins says:

    I always drain my juice from my canned beans! I never saw anybody just dump it all in ,hmm maybe I will give it a try your way!

  76. Magnolia Habib says:

    I love watching you and your family, and how smart you get ready for family by having a lot of cooking meals, freezing them dinners ,lunch and breakfasts is so smart having small ones and having homeschooling. God bless you. It's hard to do.

  77. Jean Kendall says:

    Always a good video. I don’t know how you keep going with such a large family!! Amazing!!

  78. Feed a Tribe says:

    Yum! I'd call that chilli, because it doesn't have actual 'taco' seasoning in it 😄

  79. Takaya in Action says:

    Great video

  80. Hazel Hammond says:

    I agree you have made your chili before .but it was still nice for you to make it again with the instant pots.for everyone that is into the instant pots. I like that you took the one pice of hair and put it behind your ear. we can see your pretty face. and your not always messing with it. Mr. D is become a very good helper in the kitchen. It's so cute when he takes the cans and dumps them by his self. Mr. Indenpend 🙂 He's getting so big and wow his talking is so good. he's not shy around the camera any more. 🙂 and Love Mr. B's smile. and hubby's pizza's look great!!! Hazel from Seattle.

  81. Valerie Wallander says:

    I have been binge watching your videos lately. You seem so wise and kind. (Not to mention a wonderful cook) Just like my mother was. No wonder your kids are so darling with lovely manners. A plus, mama!

  82. Hjerte hjemme says:

    I have made your chili – and it is LOVELY (and so easy too). Blessings from Norway! (Chili is not a common meal here in Norway, but my family likes it).

  83. OnePurplePrincess says:

    If you want another ground beef recipe – I find that browned ground beef with stewed tomatoes and a bag of frozen chopped okra or a big bunch of fresh okra from the garden chopped and cooked together with onions, garlic, beef broth or bouillon cubes, and any extra fresh peppers bell or sweet or jalapeño or fresh tomatoes you may have sitting around added to it and some hot sauce or cayenne or siracha if you like spice and let it simmer until it is a thick stew. Serve over a mound of rice. It is SO GOOD!!

  84. Growing Up Baseball says:

    awesome stuff. thanks for always inspiring !!

  85. T G says:

    Looks good … that pot full would last my family for a year, LOL. Thanks for sharing.

  86. Georgina says:

    J- My mom always served cinnamon rolls with chili even with corn bread. She would have used your pizza dough for that. 🙂

  87. Jenn in Kanata says:

    I love how u cook I cook like that too like I have a big family but its only 4 of us LOL my big pot is 14qt

  88. Momma Schmooze Homeschool Reviews says:

    Love how he likes to help!

  89. Tara Schmidheini says:

    Loving our Jamerrill and Chef Daniel 😘😘

  90. 20believer10 says:

    I don't know if you have ever tried Lawry's Taco seasoning packets for your chili but it has good flavor. You would probably need 3 packets for your pot of chili. It is delicious 😋.

  91. Tammy Blue says:

    Looks delish,an you have beautiful eyelashes jamerill,that is a pretty name too!! you have a beautiful family,as well,tfs,peace an love

  92. Rena Huchingson says:

    I just love your videos. Your so sweet. Love watching you cook. 😚😙God bless you guys. ❤❤

  93. landinginlondon says:

    Had to double take that box in the background! Swear it was a cat. lol

  94. Barbarsa Loe says:

    Yum yum!!!!💙💙💙💙💙

  95. Gina Kennett says:

    Biggest pot of chili and, wow, so awesome!!

  96. Stacy Terwilliger says:

    I really need to know where you got that light wooden stool in your kitchen? I love to cook but I have chronic pain. And cannot stand for longer then 3-5 mins without being in sever pain.

  97. Gemma d'Auvergne says:

    did travis do his own channel? we need to see more of Travis

  98. Ellen Casey says:

    What are your children's names and ages and birthdays please 💐💐💐💐💐💐💐

  99. geniusfollower says:

    Good to know pizza warrants a "thank you mommy" in every household and kids staring at the oven like its gonna spit out candy canes.

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