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Old 02-19-2006, 10:32 PM
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Chili

All this talk of chili on the other thread is making me hungry. You got your “Texas Chili” your “Chili Colorado” and “Chili Verde” Chili Beans (Colorado over refried's) and your Texas Chili with beans, and then there's that Midwestern tomato stew with hamburger, onions and kidney beans. So what's your favorite and any good recipes? I'm real partial to Chili Colorado or Chili Beans myself, but must admit that when I make it, it's generally that Midwestern tomato stew w/... and pretty mild.

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Old 02-19-2006, 10:40 PM
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Nothing fancy, but it's good and it's easy.

1 lb. ground beef
1 yellow onion
3 medium cans tomato sauce
1 medium can red beans (not kidney beans - yuk)
1/8 cup sugar
4 - 5 tblspoons chili powder
salt/pepper to taste

Pour chili over spaghetti.
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Old 02-19-2006, 10:43 PM
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A combo of the midwestern and texas with venison. My key spices are beer, bourbon and cinnamon. I used to heat it up good but we keep a bottle of the hot stuff on the table so you can apply your own heat.
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Nothing fancy, but it's good and it's easy.

1 lb. ground beef
1 yellow onion
3 medium cans tomato sauce
1 medium can red beans (not kidney beans - yuk)
1/8 cup sugar
4 - 5 tblspoons chili powder
salt/pepper to taste

Pour chili over spaghetti.
Easier - "Tee Pee Tap Room" Indian School and 40th Street
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Old 02-19-2006, 11:10 PM
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Easier - "Tee Pee Tap Room" Indian School and 40th Street
I could make it in the time it would take me to drive there.
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I could make it in the time it would take me to drive there.
The real problem is, once there - the getting home part.
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Old 02-19-2006, 11:39 PM
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1/4 pork 3/4 beef.

Lots of garlic, some onions, a bit of celery and some salt.

Butt-burning, anus-activating pepper.

And (sorry Leo) black beans.

Yes, pour it over about 1/4 (vol/vol) rice.

Drink with lots of amber beer.
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Old 02-20-2006, 04:45 AM
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Amyone around here have any elbow macaroni?

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Chili Beans
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And (sorry Leo) black beans,
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1 medium can red beans (not kidney beans - yuk)
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onions and kidney beans.
Listen to this pap. Reinventing the truth. I think you've all turned into mouthpieces for the GOP.

I made a batch of chili yesterday. Instead of scratchbuilding, I slacked and used Wick Fowler's recipe (cooked in the 'false alarm' mode) and a big shoulder roast because it allows you to simultaneously drink Martinis and cook chili without truly embarrasing results or greasy hamburger build up. Notice, it did not have beans or macaroni in it and, more importantly, nobody at the table even mentioned that they were pining for beans or macaroni... however, I did happen see my bride (who was born in Oklahoma and grew up in Indiana, doesn't cook and is therefore devoid of epicurian refinement) secretly tried to crunch up some crackers in her chili.

That's ok...whatever flips her skirt over her head.

Once it's in the bowl, it's your's to do with as you please. You can even put beans in it. They just aren't cooked in there.
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Leo don't get all riled up like those cartoon people it's chili!

I do agree Macaroni does not work in chili when reheating 15 times it turns to crap.

I am going to take a whack at B's chili this week and will follow it with a batch of Bareback chili like yours.
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Leo don't get all riled up like those cartoon people it's chili!

I do agree Macaroni does not work in chili when reheating 15 times it turns to crap.

I am going to take a whack at B's chili this week and will follow it with a batch of Bareback chili like yours.

If you drink enough beer the recipe doesn't matter much.

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You can even put beans in it. They just aren't cooked in there.
Legumaphobia or Geumaphobia? Hmmmmmmmm.......
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Old 02-20-2006, 10:06 AM
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1/4 pork 3/4 beef.

Lots of garlic, some onions, a bit of celery and some salt.

Butt-burning, anus-activating pepper.

And (sorry Leo) black beans.

Yes, pour it over about 1/4 (vol/vol) rice.

Drink with lots of amber beer.
Sounds pretty good Bot, but that's about as close to being chili as it is to being sushi... Speakin' of which, why not trow a few crawdads in dare?
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Old 02-20-2006, 11:30 AM
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Leo don't get all riled up like those cartoon people it's chili!
This is serious stuff. We're talking chili, not some hairbrained religion. Actually, I have fun making a big deal out of beans in meat sauce being called chili...never a lack of someone to make fun of.

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Bareback, I like that. Enjoy!


Most definitely chili (chilly) weather here: 36°F and drizzle. Yuk. I was plainning to go to the farm today and mow some brush and standing weeds around the edges of the hay pastures but there's no way in he** I'm sitting on an open tractor for 6-8 hours today.
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Sounds pretty good Bot, but that's about as close to being chili as it is to being sushi... Speakin' of which, why not trow a few crawdads in dare?

Crayfish chili? Why not--folks make crawfish boudin, which I find revolting and sacriligious. I am definitely a pig entrails boudin purist. If anybody that eats pig entrails can be called a purist.

Hey Leo, if I make crayfish chili, can I put some pintos (beans, not cars) in it?

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Crayfish chili? Why not--folks make crawfish boudin, which I find revolting and sacriligious. I am definitely a pig entrails boudin purist. If anybody that eats pig entrails can be called a purist.

Hey Leo, if I make crayfish chili, can I put some pintos (beans, not cars) in it?

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