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  1. #14
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    In our shop we have a tradition for New Years Eve afternoon. It is a workday but generally it is slower that anything because everyone is getting ready for partying. But we have to be open for emergencies.

    We stop working at noon and have a big ass poker game. For eats I make chili meat sauce for hot dogs. Half like the beans-half don't. So I put very few in it. If you don't like beans pick 'em out. The main thing is that you have to break out with a little sweat right under your bottom eye lids.

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    i knew it was A$$furnacefixer when i saw the 2nd grade spelling. truly one sad individual.
    FILL OUT YOUR PROFILE!!

  3. #16
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    Beans, sausage, & corn in chili !?! Sounds like a SW casserole to me JMHO.
    Sic Semper Tyrannis.

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    I am going to give this a shot tonight. If it turns out good...I will market it as if it is my own LOL

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    Thumbs up

    That is some of the best chili I have ever had.

  6. #19
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    As long as a cowboy is an appetite on a horse I started wondering a few years ago what would Cookie put in chuck wagon chili and what not.

    #1 no tomatoes Not available

    #2 Beans Of course

    #3 A rattlesnake maybe

    #4 Onion Gotta be

    #5 Garlic

    #6 Chili powder

    #7 Stock (not salted)

    All these things were available ether alive or dried.

    I wonder if all that might be in original chili would be beef, beans, stock, and chili powder. Maybe a pinch of Mexican oregano and salt.

    So I tried making chili this way and still do.
    I'm not saying your chili isn't good too I just wanted to get back to basics and try to recreate it.

    One way I do cheat a little is something I learned in a Chinese book. Cube the beef, marinate in rice wine and oil, and deep fry it until it turns color. This lets me make chili after work w/o cooking it for hours.
    I should have played the g'tar on the MTV. MK

    You can be anything you want......As long as you don't suck at it.

    SMW Lu49

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