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Old 10-30-2020, 11:36 PM   #16
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Chili without beans is taco soup.That is a fabulous looking concoction!
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Old 10-31-2020, 12:21 AM   #17
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Old 10-31-2020, 02:59 AM   #18
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It's rather fascinating how worked up people get over the bean situation. I made a batch of the Carol Shelby chili mix many years ago and it lists a can of beans as optional. I skipped all the optionals. I thought it was great, and she kept complaining about the lack of beans.

I think of chili like pizza. It's a concept. I've had pizza that had pepperoni on it, and other pizza that didn't. Just because it was missing pepperoni, didn't mean it wasn't a pizza.
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Looks excellent!

But, you skimped on the bea...
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Old 10-31-2020, 05:33 AM   #20
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Mighty fine Ron.
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Old 10-31-2020, 06:44 AM   #21
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Looks good enough I copied the recipe. Need to try it as I usually always have brisket in the freezer.



Never understood the beans/no beans argument unless you just do not like beans. My youngest son is a no beans in chili person, but will eat a bowl of beans. As a side not to compare people's peculiarities when it comes to food, both boys like dill pickles, but not on their hamburgers. Oldest son hates onions, cooked or raw, yet will go to a Mexican restaurant and eat the fresh chips and salsa. My wife, their mother, puts ketchup on taco salad????


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Old 10-31-2020, 07:24 AM   #22
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Now, that is some great looking Brisket Chili Ron!!
I think I would do a bowl or three myself. There are so many variations to "Chili" and everyone of them have their own unique flavor profile that makes it so. I have have Great Chili with bean, and the same without.
Heck Bro, just enjoy a bowl for me!!!
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Old 10-31-2020, 09:08 AM   #23
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Looks fantastic Ron!
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Well, it's time for the payoff. As good as this was last night when I was stealing tastes while it was cooling off, it was sooo much better today. Of course, I had my sour cream added, but then I remembered these little treasures that I had in my pantry. If your grocery store carries these, do yourself a favor and grab a bag. They elevate the flavor far more than a saltine and are great in soups or by themselves.
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Looks and sounds awesome brother.

I bet the leftovers would make some awesome chili dogs.
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That looks mighty fine.
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Hi Ron,

Did you say half of an Orange?

Is that common?
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Hi Ron,

Did you say half of an Orange?

Is that common?
I red that a couple times myslef. Orange is referring to orange bell peppers right
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Did you say half of an Orange?

Is that common?
Sorry if I wasn't clear, half of an orange bell pepper.
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Chili without beans is taco soup.That is a fabulous looking concoction!
Chili with beans is just vegetable stew. But yes, that is a fabulous looking concoction.
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