Where to Find Bowls of Captivating Chili in Portland and Beyond

During difficult times — this past year qualifies — one generally gravitates towards comfort food. Although the exact origin of chili is disputed (there are origin stories involving an astral-projecting Spanish nun), most historians agree that the earliest description of chili came from San Antonio. Chili also has its various regional influences — there is the standard Texas red, made without beans, or the Cincinnati version, reliant on baking spices. Portland, a city populated with expats from other states, as packed with barbecue aficionados as it is vegans, offers a number of different variations on the dish, ranging from vegan versions to hearty renditions with wild boar or grass-fed

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