We’re having chili again.  Actually, we had chili last night, and we’re having it again tonight.  Probably, we’re going to have it Saturday, too.

The last time we had chili, I dumped a jar of Texas Habanero Salsa in it, and the chili became something you’d taste at a professional chili-maker’s contest.  It was fantastic.

Well, last night, I forgot to put the salsa in the pot, and as my husband and visiting son sat at the table eating dinner, they looked at each other and then at me, and finally my husband said, “Did you forget to add something to the soup, hon?”

“I don’t think so,” I replied, puzzled.

My son then got up, went to the refrigerator, took out the half-full jar of Texas Habanero Salsa, unscrewed the lid, and poured it all into the chili pot.  He got a new bowl out of the cupboard for himself and for his dad, and they both refilled their new bowls with the Texas Habanero Salsa chili, and set to.

Excuuuuuuse me.  I won’t forget again.

Texas Habanero Salsa makes a pot of chili into a masterpiece of cuisine.  It really does.