Winter Warm Up




Keep the icy winter weather away with a steaming, hearty bowl of chili.And the Winner Is...1. Suddenly Soupy'sNearly everyone who tried the chili from Suddenly Soupy's said, "This is just what Mom used to make." It's a classic chili with a nice balance of beef flavor, spice and beans. This is probably what you're thinking of when craving a bowl of chili. Order it with cheese for an added comforting touch. 28 Hanover St. Manchester (603) 657-7279 www.suddenlysoupys.com2. Consuelo's TaqueriaIf you're looking to try something new in the chili world, look for the chili on the specials board at Consuelo's. Staff members detected a cinnamon or nutmeg flavor that gives it an exotic and different flavor profile.36 Amherst St., Manchester (603) 622-1134 www.consuelostaqueria.com3. Moulton's MarketA thick, rich chili with a deep red color. For those who like a stronger taste of tomato, this is the chili for you. Nice chunks of green pepper, tomato and big kidney beans add some texture.10 Main St., Amherst (603) 673-2404 www.moultonsmarket.com4. Shooter's Tavern & PizzeriaWe had to call in a tie breaker - The chili from Shooter's Tavern & Pizzeria was tied with Suddenly Soupy's until the very end. This chili is tangy, meaty and has a nice balance and depth of flavor. Spice lovers will enjoy the good-sized jalapeno pieces.190 D.W. Highway, Belmont (603) 528-2444 www.shootersnh.com
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