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 Post subject: Re: Chili - Anyone got a good recipe?
PostPosted: Fri March 22, 2019 5:07 pm 
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Same. I used to think it was a Texan thing, but it doesn’t seem very common here. I think it’s just a family thing. I like something to sop it up with and a starchy thing like rice also helps with the spice control. Cornbread works well too.
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To me, the weird thing to do with chili is add sour cream to it.


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 Post subject: Re: Chili - Anyone got a good recipe?
PostPosted: Fri March 22, 2019 5:16 pm 
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crackers in chili or let alone any soup freaks me out


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 Post subject: Re: Chili - Anyone got a good recipe?
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Now that I think about it, I bet my inclusion of rice with chili has a lot to do with the cajun influences in my family. Gumbo gets rice. Etouffe gets rice. Red beans and sausage get rice. Jambalaya practically IS rice. Why wouldn’t you throw some chili on that rice too?


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 Post subject: Re: Chili - Anyone got a good recipe?
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doug rr wrote:
crackers in chili or let alone any soup freaks me out

How about tortilla chips with chili, Doug? I like them for that. And the blue corn ones, too.


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 Post subject: Re: Chili - Anyone got a good recipe?
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doug rr wrote:
crackers in chili or let alone any soup freaks me out

How about tortilla chips with chili, Doug? I like them for that. And the blue corn ones, too.


i do enjoy a tortilla chip dipped in a canned hormel chili without beans but I treat that more like a nacho based snack..


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 Post subject: Re: Chili - Anyone got a good recipe?
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i don’t think i’ve had it served over rice, but i’m not opposed to the idea

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 Post subject: Re: Chili - Anyone got a good recipe?
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who here enjoys a good bowl of spaghetti chili?


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doug rr wrote:
who here enjoys a good bowl of spaghetti chili?


You are one sick mother fucker.

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 Post subject: Re: Chili - Anyone got a good recipe?
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Cornbread is a nice base for chili.

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 Post subject: Re: Chili - Anyone got a good recipe?
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Although cornbread is of course the preferred starch for chili, rice is perfectly acceptable. In fact, since chili comes from Mexican chili con carne, you'd kind of be an asshole to suggest you can't eat it with rice.


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Rice above all else as a bed for chili. That said, cornbread isn't big here. I've only had shitty store-bought stuff. It sucked.


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 Post subject: Re: Chili - Anyone got a good recipe?
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Okay, given the slight detour in the What's for Lunch thread, I wanted to hear from the RM Chili Crowd....

What do y'all tend to put IN your chili and what do you put ON your chili?

Are there any ingredients that you put both IN and ON your chili?

Talk to me.


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 Post subject: Re: Chili - Anyone got a good recipe?
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I have a good recipe. Don't eat it

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 Post subject: Re: Chili - Anyone got a good recipe?
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I had to Reid through this entire thread and I'm still confused!


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 Post subject: Re: Chili - Anyone got a good recipe?
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when we make homemade chili I put some raw onion, and cheese on it when its in the bowl
when I'm lazy and open a can of hormel spicy chili with no beans i add mustard and grated cheddar while I'm heating it up


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doug rr wrote:
when we make homemade chili I put some raw onion, and cheese on it when its in the bowl
when I'm lazy and open a can of hormel spicy chili with no beans i add mustard and grated cheddar while I'm heating it up

Mustard? Never heard of this.

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For homemade, the only thing I eat with it is crackers.

For canned, I'll add cheese, onions, jalapeños, whatever I have on hand.

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 Post subject: Re: Chili - Anyone got a good recipe?
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I don’t think that I’ve ever actually had canned chili. Is it any good?


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Chris_H_2 wrote:
I don’t think that I’ve ever actually had canned chili. Is it any good?

it’s edible

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 Post subject: Re: Chili - Anyone got a good recipe?
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wease wrote:
doug rr wrote:
when we make homemade chili I put some raw onion, and cheese on it when its in the bowl
when I'm lazy and open a can of hormel spicy chili with no beans i add mustard and grated cheddar while I'm heating it up

Mustard? Never heard of this.

So. Good.

And sometimes when I'm feeling really naughty... add just a smidge of ranch dressing. Not all the time, not all the time.


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