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    my own award winning southwest chilly

    (this recipe will make 4 gallons)

    1 lb ground beef or chuck
    1 lb of tennesse pride hot sausage
    2 cloves of garlic
    2 tbls cummin
    2tbls chipolte
    6 tbls chili powder
    1 quart of v8 juice
    8 romanno tomatos liquified in a blender with a little water
    2 red onions chopped up
    2 red bell peppers
    2 green bell peppers
    2 yellow bell peppers
    4 cans of bush"s black beans (small cans)
    2 bags of freshlike frozen corn

    in a 16 quart pan or bigger


    Brown ground beef and sausage add in dry ingrediants and onions, then chop and add peppers and tomato sauce that you made in blender as well as the v8 juice. then add black beans and corn

    cook untill heated all the way through on medium to low heat (4 to 5 hours)

    then enjoy!

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    Sounds good! I dont know about the corn though??? never had that in chili!
    What do you do with the chipoltle? Chop it up like the other peppers?

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    Hey Tolmech, what "award" did you win ?????

    Chilli contests are big business.

    I once won an award for the best chilli submitted by a "Rotary Club from out of town." At the Putney (VT) Rotary Club Chilli Contest.. You probably read about me in USA Today.

    Your recipe does sound great. Too much work for me though. Why don't you bring a 55 gal drum of that stuff to the Convention in Colorado.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tolmech View Post
    my own award winning southwest chilly

    Chili isn't spelled like that. Anyways, anybody who knows BEANS about real southwest chili knows there aint no BEANS in chili.
    My doctor gave me six months to live, but when I couldn't pay the bill he gave me six months more.
    Walter Matthau

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    Quote Originally Posted by spotts View Post
    Chili isn't spelled like that. Anyways, anybody who knows BEANS about real southwest chili knows there aint no BEANS in chili.
    Yeah I guess I put an extra L in my spelling too.. But I's doesn't put no beans in mine ,Boss."


    Chilly= A Vermont morning in January.

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    I've won awards for never being able to make the same pot of chili twice. I should start writing things down. When it's good, enjoy it, and when it's bad, don't worry, because I'll never figure out what I did to make it that way again!

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    Quote Originally Posted by benncool View Post
    . I's doesn't put no beans in mine ,Boss."
    Personally, I really love beans. = I love farting. When I make chili, it gets pintos [or anasazi], kidneys, and black beans. But for "award winning" no beans is law around here.
    My doctor gave me six months to live, but when I couldn't pay the bill he gave me six months more.
    Walter Matthau

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    Around here when you add corn to it they call it taco soup. Why? I don't know? I guess because they top it with cheese and sour cream.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hvacmike33 View Post
    Sounds good! I dont know about the corn though??? never had that in chili!
    What do you do with the chipoltle? Chop it up like the other peppers?
    Yes or use a dry chipoltle seaoning........the corn and the black beans and chipoltle make it southwest...........its great, won the shepards pasture "chilly" cook off 3 years running.

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    Nice try ace......good bye

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    I Knew It!

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    I like da beans as well. Otherwise it's hamburger or stew meat soup with chili powder and spices. White bean chili is great usind chicken as the meat
    i belong to peta ... people eating tasty animals. all my opinions are just mine.

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    I like corn in my chili mmmmmmmmmmmmm good. Along with some sweet corn bread.

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