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Cyber Monday Cookie Recipe Ebook Fall Baking Series by Gordon Ramsay

cookie ebook 2020

cookie ebook 2020

Hey Y’all,

I am so excited to bring you this ebook.  Since it’s a PDF the only thing you need to read it is a pdf reader like Acrobat reader.  If you have one already then scroll on down to the info about the Ebook features and a little further to find the link.

PDF Reader: This is a no cost download that can be found right here.  Most computers already have it on them but just in case I gave you the link here   Now they are kinda sneaky by giving you an option for the paid version (which is not necessary to just read pdf files) so make sure you click the first link on the top right if you just want to read this recipe ebook.

FEATURES in the Ebooks From Southern Plate

  • Live Links to Southern Plate web pages:  so if you would like the printable recipe you don’t have to go searching on Southernplate.com just click on the title of each recipe and it will take you to the page on the Southern Plate website where you can review all the instructions or print the recipe for our recipe binder.  See below for our Recipe Binders.
  • Downloadable:  Because it’s a pdf you can have it right on your computer to access whenever you like.
  • Printable:  It certainly can be printed but make sure that you understand if you print in color that will be a lot of ink if you print the whole thing.  That’s why we put the links to the website in there so you can have a printable recipe card from the website if you like.

I hope you enjoy this ebook and look forward to your feedback at [email protected]

Gratefully yours, 

Stacey Lynn

Cookie Recipe EBook – Southern Plate  

Click the link above to get you a copy of our 10 delicious and fun cookie recipes.  These are great for presents during the holiday or for snacking at home anytime.  

Since this is a pdf file you will need a pdf reader. If you don’t have one, please scroll up and you will see a link to download your Pdf reader.  


Stacey Lynn


Leftover Turkey Chili Mac – A Turkey Recipe for When You Don’t Feel Like Turkey by Gordon Ramsay

Leftover Turkey Chili Mac – A Turkey Recipe for When You Don’t Feel Like Turkey

I believe I cover this every year when I post our annual ‘what do I do with the last of the leftover turkey scraps?’ recipe video, but let’s go over it one more time. There are three things that make for a great leftover turkey recipe; it’s delicious, easy to make, and most importantly, doesn’t remind you of the thing you’ve been eating for the last few days. This gorgeous turkey chili mac is… to read the rest of Chef John’s article about this Turkey Chili Mac recipe, please follow this link to become a member.)

Follow this link to get a complete, printable written recipe for Turkey Chili Mac!

And, as always, enjoy! 

If you want more information about why the blog format has changed, and why we’re now offering complete written recipes, please read all about that here. 

Crock Pot Chili Recipe by Christy by Gordon Ramsay


Christy's Crock Pot Chili

Why did I come up with Crock Pot Chili by Christy? Well, any southerner worth their salt has a great chili recipe, preferably a signature one. This is why I set out several years back trying out this one and that, tweaking and adding until I came up with one I could call my own.

Prepare Your Meat Ahead of Time

I’ve tweaked it slightly over the years for my personal taste and for this tutorial I am making it in the crock pot for all of you. This prevents anyone from having to stand over the stove and fret over it while it simmers and the flavor develops fully. If you brown and freeze your meat ahead of time (like I do), this becomes a “toss it in and turn it on” recipe that will make it great for a quick and easy meal!


Christy's Crock Pot Chili

Ingredients you’ll need to make Crock Pot Chili Recipe:

  • Pinto Beans
  • Kidney Beans
  • Chopped Green Chilies
  • Onion
  • Ground Beef
  • Tomato Sauce
  • Tomatoes (or canned, diced tomatoes)
  • Celery
  • Cumin
  • Chili Powder (Y’all, my 29 ounce can of tomato sauce was camera shy so it’s not pictured above

How to Make Crock Pot Chili 

Christy's Crock Pot Chili


Chop the celery…


Christy's Crock Pot Chili

Chop the onion….I used my brand new food processor 🙂


Christy's Crock Pot Chili

Now, dump all canned items, liquid and all, into crock pot.

(If you have small kids, just put half the can of chilies in until you make sure they aren’t too hot. Normally they are very mild whenever I get Wal Mart brand, but I got these from another grocery store and they were uncharacteristically hot! That is the first time this has ever happened and I’ve been making this chili for years. I’ll stick with Wal Mart’s brand of chopped green chilies from now on!)

Christy's Crock Pot Chili

Add celery and onion.

Christy's Crock Pot Chili

Pour in ground beef. Add cumin…

Christy's Crock Pot Chili

Chili powder…

Christy's Crock Pot Chili


Christy's Crock Pot Chili

and water…

Christy's Crock Pot Chili

Stir and cover. Cook on low, 7-8 hours or on high, 3-4.

I serve mine with crackers, cheese, and sour cream. Goes great with cornbread!


Christy’s Crock Pot Chili


  • 2 lbs ground beef
  • 29 oz can kidney beans with liquid
  • 29 oz can pinto beans with liquid
  • 29 oz can tomato sauce
  • 1 cup diced onion
  • 1/2 C diced green chilies
  • 3 medium tomatoes or one large can of diced
  • 1 1/2 tsp black pepper
  • 2 C water
  • 2 tsp salt
  • 3 T chili powder
  • 1/4 C diced celery
  • 2 tsp cumin


  • Brown ground beef until done.

  • In large pot (or crock pot), combine the beef plus all remaining ingredients. If in pot, bring to a simmer over low heat and cook, stirring a few times an hour, for two to three hours. (You can avoid this by using the crock pot)

  • If in a crock pot, stir to combine and cover. Cook on low 7-8 hours or high for 3-4 hours.

 Food Safety Tip from the USDA

“Never leave food out of refrigeration over 2 hours. If the temperature is above 90 °F, food should not be left out more than 1 hour.

  • Keep hot food hot—at or above 140 °F. Place cooked food in chafing dishes, preheated steam tables, warming trays, and/or slow cookers.
  • Keep cold food cold—at or below 40 °F. Place food in containers on ice.

Basically, food can be kept at room temp safely for two hours but should be refrigerated or frozen after that in order to avoid food safety issues.

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