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Old 02-02-2021, 10:29 AM   #16
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You have to have beans in the chili to be called chili...otherwise it's called ground meat.

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No damned beans in my chile. And don't try to sneak any into it! No ground beef, either - just big chunks of USDA prime beef! As you can tell, a pot of my chile doesn't last long in this household.

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No damned beans in my chile. And don't try to sneak any into it! No ground beef, either - just big chunks of USDA prime beef! As you can tell, a pot of my chile doesn't last long in this household.

I see it needs an armed guard to last as long as it does.
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No damned beans in my chile. And don't try to sneak any into it! No ground beef, either - just big chunks of USDA prime beef! As you can tell, a pot of my chile doesn't last long in this household.
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I know , I know............. Some of you guys can make your own killer chili , and all canned chili is garbage

But for us lame, non domesticated, types......

What 'canned' chili with beans(or) do you like, or is the "Best" IYO ?


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If you have time one day or night, make a batch, seperate into quart freezer bags and freeze. When you want some, throw it in a pot and heat it up.. Or in the microwave.
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No damned beans in my chile. And don't try to sneak any into it! No ground beef, either - just big chunks of USDA prime beef!
The wife has to have beans in chili. So I use 2, maybe 3 cans of Bush's dark red chili beans in medium sauce.

Sometimes I do use ground beef (I don't chop it up fine, I leave it 'chunky'), but most times I'll cube up a big beef roast and brown it on the stove. I will add 1 lb. of hot Italian sausage.

My batch of chili usually fills the large oval crock pot, and sometimes even the smaller round crock pot. I make it in a big stock pot on the stove first, then let it simmer overnight in the crock pot(s).

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Well, we have Cincinnati chili around here, but it isn't meant to eat like chili, just a sauce for spaghetti or coneydogs. I prefer anything that has meat in it, not textured soy and Wolf has the latter, unless you can find their "all angus" chili. Not sure about Hormel being all-meat, but most canned chili is diarrhea-like in consistency. I'd like to find something halfway decent so I could make something like Fred and Red's "spaghetti red." Oh, and beans are Satan's fruit and don't belong in chili.
You're probably talking about Skyline chili if you're in Cincy. The only time I ate that crap was in the wee hours after late-night benders while in college. And then it was the "chili dogs" and not their straight bowl chili. Just the memory makes me want to heave a little.
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You're probably talking about Skyline chili if you're in Cincy. The only time I ate that crap was in the wee hours after late-night benders while in college. And then it was the "chili dogs" and not their straight bowl chili. Just the memory makes me want to heave a little.
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Columbo's Chili

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You have to have beans in the chili to be called chili...otherwise it's called ground meat.
Agreed.

The chili W/O beans is what I use to make my cony dawgs with...AND ...chopped fresh onion and a pint of yellow mustard, as toppings. Just the way I like them...
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Small eatery, around the corner and just South of New Boston, off Rt 44...makes their own Chili....and it is much like my Maternal Granpa's Chili... who was the best cook I ever knew.. Well my Brother is pretty good...Sister is pretty good too...their Chili is not bad. I am a picky Chili eater...dont much care for the canned stuff.

I can grill up steaks, burgers & dawgs...warm up canned soup in the nuker...etc. My cooking skills are non-existent. My buddies all poke fun at me over it...been doing it to me since....well a long time.

I eat out a lot. The time on my feet is a somewhat limited resource for me these days.
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Ditch the franks and get some Texas Pete.
It's WAY better for a generic table hot sauce.
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Lets talk about that dutch oven too.
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