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 Post subject: Saturday Was a Chili Night
New postPosted: November 5th, 2017, 3:33 pm 
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No, it was not cold outside, just a little cool. But I was in the mood for a bowl of Chili. First up, getting all the veggies/seasonings cut up.

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A couple a weeks ago I bought a chuck roast and cut it up into stew meat. Took a pack out the freezer, defrosted, and cut in smaller cubes. Got the troops ready for the marinade.

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'll let the meat marinade for about a hour or so.

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OK, I got the marinated beef cubes browning nicely.

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Added the pureed tomatoes to the pot. Let this simmer for a while to get the beef on it's way to tender.

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In goes the seasoning, looking good.

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At the very end I add the beans. One can kidney and one can garbanzo. Let that simmer for about 15 minutes. Keeps looking better.

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I am ready to eat. Extra sharp cheddar on top. Warmed up a taco shell in the oven to add to the bowl.

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Very nice meal, and left overs will be more better.


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 Post subject: Re: Saturday Was a Chili Night
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Looked great until the beans went in the pot. I'm a beans on the side (or not at all) kind of guy. I've been thinking about chili since the temps started going below 100 these past 3 weeks or so. With corn bread.


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 Post subject: Re: Saturday Was a Chili Night
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... Chili??? :o :roll: ;)
Kinda warm outside...
Wouldn't you say!!!

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 Post subject: Re: Saturday Was a Chili Night
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aboy wrote:
... Chili??? :o :roll: ;)
Kinda warm outside...
Wouldn't you say!!!

aboy

Over the past month or so, it's gotten downright chilly! :lol:

3 day outlook
Today
Hi: 85°
Lo: 56°
Tomorrow
Hi: 84°
Lo: 57°
Wednesday
Hi: 84°
Lo: 55°

P.S. Where is JimZ's shop foreman?


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 Post subject: Re: Saturday Was a Chili Night
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Hi Jim,

Chili looks delicious. Our tradition for Halloween is chili and corn bread. I fix chili regardless of the temps outside.
We live in the South......turn up the A/C and enjoy. I'm a dark kidney bean person also.....with chopped onions, shredded
cheese, Frito's also at times sour cream on top. Yum!

Annie Laurie


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 Post subject: Re: Saturday Was a Chili Night
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Jim we were in Cincinnati last week and again came across the Cincinnati "Skyline" Chili.
It's a little different. We have nothing like this in Texas.

Cincinnati "Skyline" Chili
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Serve: 6

Recipe courtesy of The Skyline Restaurant, Cincinnati, Ohio.
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Ingredients:

• 1 quart cold water
• 2 pounds ground beef
• 2 cups crushed tomato
• 2 yellow onions, diced
• 4 garlic cloves, minced
• 1 Tablespoon Worcestershire sauce
• 1 Tablespoon unsweetened cocoa
• ¼ cup chili powder
• 1 teaspoon cayenne
• 1 teaspoon ground cumin
• 2 Tablespoon cider vinegar
• 1 whole bay leaf
• ¼ teaspoon ground cloves
• 1 teaspoon cinnamon
• 1½ teaspoon salt
• - cooked spaghetti to serve chili over, optional

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Method:

1. Add beef and water to a 4-quart pot.
2. Bring to a simmer while stirring until the ground beef is in very small pieces.
3. Simmer for 30 minutes and add all the rest of the ingredients.
4. Simmer uncovered on low for 3 hours.
5. Add water as needed if the chili becomes too thick.
6. Refrigerate the chili overnight.
7. The next day, remove the layer of fat from the top before reheating and serving.
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The Cincinnati "Skyline" Chili Ordering Code:
01. Just the chili
02. Chili served over spaghetti
03. Chili, spaghetti, and grated Cheddar cheese
04. Chili, spaghetti, cheese, and onions
05. Chili, spaghetti, cheese, onions, and beans.
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8. All are served with oyster crackers.
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Holy Frank X. Tolbert, Batman! Hot tamale' chilli today!.

Mr.JimZ, don't know if you know of this former cherished chili cat, one Frank X. Tolbert who was famous not on only for his chilli knowledges, but also for famously famous for his tome: A Bowl Of Red.

Mr. JimZ: here's wishing Your and Your's bowls of red to satisfy the palates -- even in the throes on Bill Summer's "Summer Heat," no matter the thermostat's reading: hot today; chili tamale.

And before I go and chill out, I must also give props to those corn-chip looking thangs on that bowl of chiii.

But I gotta say that, as We, during this football season, "tailgate" from all sorts of places , allow me to go into a re-wind about (Whippersnappers: learn yourselves some learning here) chili: 'When's the last time you had a big steaming bowl of Wolf Brand Chili?" and before you could flex your in-chilled mind, the reply would come, 'Well that's too long.'.


Yeah, yeah, yeah: I'll, for now, chill out.


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