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Title: Chili!
Post by: Kobuk on April 30, 2016, 10:34:19 pm
I made a big pot of homemade chili tonight for dinner as well as extra meals for other days. When it comes to chili, how does everyone like their's?
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Post by: Amducious on April 30, 2016, 11:39:46 pm
Super hot x3
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Post by: Doc on May 01, 2016, 12:59:05 am
If it is spicy with meat, beans and loaded with cheese, then I'll love it. Otherwise, I'll like it.
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Post by: Kaiden on May 01, 2016, 03:29:35 am
We make great chili at work, so I eat it.

In fact it's the best chili I've ever had.

It's Wendy's chili, and yes I know how it's made, and about the meat. Still love it.
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Post by: some_random_wusky on May 01, 2016, 10:21:51 am
i make really good chili. people say that i am the emperor of chili. its also like it very spicy as well.
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Post by: CatDetective on May 01, 2016, 11:32:27 pm
I gotta go mild to avoid heartburn, when it comes to your traditional chilis... I love meat and beans together, though! And pile on the shredded cheese...

However, when I'm cooking chili, I make a vegetarian white bean chili, because I've got meat-free family members, so I leave the meat out. It's really good stuff, but... it doesn't really resemble the chili I crave most.
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Post by: Rocket T. Coyote on September 26, 2016, 11:03:40 pm
I've made chili with venison. Also a kind of stew with cubed venison roast, dark red kidney beans, and bacon.
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Post by: Howie_Noble on December 20, 2016, 05:16:54 am
I crock pot a lot. Mine goes like this:
7 types of beans: navy, black, pinto, rosado, black eyed peas, kindney, lima
yellow corn, crushed tomatoes chopped celery & vidalia onion
4 types of peppers chopped: green, yellow, chilis, and tabasco -(peppers not the sauce)
ground cayenne(not included in the 4), + salt & black or white pepper (whichever I grab first)
Cook 8-10 hours on low.

I love walking into the house while it smells like chili.