Chili and Tortilla Chips (Hispanic)

For the 2022 Black History Month (February), I started with Nigerian dishes earlier in the month. 

Black History (Month) is everyone's history, so I opened up my cuisine to take me to my students' heritage. 

I have been cooking different dishes and rewarding eight or more students a week with food.

On this day, I brought tortilla chips, homemade chili, cornbread, chunky dark chocolate cookies, and brownies.

Students poured tortilla chips into the glass bowls as the base. They spread the chili over the chips and added their favorite condiments and other toppings. 
All gone!
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