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Old 10-30-2020, 06:28 PM   #1
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Default Cool temps= Brisket chili

I have been wanting to try something different with the leftover brisket in my freezer from a recent cook, and since the temps cooled down behind the two weather fronts that just passed, chili was on my mind.
First I chopped up an onion and mixed it up with a half green pepper and half orange to give it some color.
Sauteed in the pot and then added the chopped brisket.
Next in, the canned ingredients (beans, tomatoes, tomato sauce), then the spices.
It has simmered for over an hour and seems ready, but the wife and I agreed to let it all meld overnight and have it tomorrow so that we can finish the pot roast leftovers first. Does waiting up until midnight count as waiting until tomorrow? I've tasted it already and if it gets better, I may not be able to sleep!!
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Old 10-30-2020, 06:33 PM   #2
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Here is the finished product and the recipe, compliments of HeyGrillHey. I found it on a search and it looked simple enough for me to follow.
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Old 10-30-2020, 06:35 PM   #3
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Thats some mighty fine brisket & bean stew.
I'll take two bowls please.
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Looks grand. Now the tough decisions:Zesta, Premium, Oyster-Tortillas-Fritos
That’s a beautiful predicament to be in
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Looks great! I see a midnight snack in your future.
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Looks grand. Now the tough decisions:Zesta, Premium, Oyster-Tortillas-Fritos
That’s a beautiful predicament to be in

When beans are involved, its definitely Premium (salted)


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Looks grand. Now the tough decisions:Zesta, Premium, Oyster-Tortillas-Fritos
That’s a beautiful predicament to be in
The Frito-Lay guy always has some Fritos stashed somewhere, other than that, Premium Saltines. Sour cream will definitely make an appearance!
I wanted this version to be bean-free, but my wife likes extra beans in her chili, so I just followed the recipe (2 cans) and let her nap.
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The Frito-Lay guy always has some Fritos stashed somewhere, other than that, Premium Saltines. Sour cream will definitely make an appearance!
I wanted this version to be bean-free, but my wife likes extra beans in her chili, so I just followed the recipe (2 cans) and let her nap.

Don't forget pickled jalapeno's. I prefer the tamed sliced ones because i make my chili to my heat liking, so any additional heat needs to be minimal.
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UUM. I love good bowl of chili too.
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That is some great looking chili!!!
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Brisket simply takes chili to the next level and your is looking on point. Fine job and just plain saltines please
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Looks good and it's a good time for chili
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Man that looks great!

Digging thru freezer looking for a chunk of cooked brisket...

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