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Chili

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    donmdonm Posts: 10,241 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

    @JRT812 said:

    @georgiaboy said:

    @JRT812 said:
    We need a food subject admins.

    Nothing special, but I wanted some comfort food after this weekend. Told/ asked kindly with a southern please the wife/ roommate for some homemade chili. She didn’t fail.

    Well, it ain’t chili but this is what I ate after the ass whoopin!


    I would have gladly taken that over chili. They look great! It was cold, rainy, and just a miserable day

    OMG. I am about to have a heart attack. Hold on Elizabeth, I'm comin' to join you. Yummm/

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    FirePlugDawgFirePlugDawg Posts: 5,480 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

    @orlando said:

    @Bigcalidawg said:

    @orlando said:

    @donm said:

    @WCDawg said:

    @JRT812 said:
    We need a food subject admins.

    Nothing special, but I wanted some comfort food after this weekend. Told/ asked kindly with a southern please the wife/ roommate for some homemade chili. She didn’t fail.

    They used to shun a man in these parts for putting stew meat in chili.

    I've become more tolerant as I age, still don't seem right though.

    Man, some key lime pie would go great with that!

    Got to have your favorite brewski during preparation.

    What are you drinkin these days Orlando?
    Nothing fancy. With spicy chili probably a Tecate

    Tecate your body.

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    BigcalidawgBigcalidawg Posts: 1,363 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

    @orlando said:

    @Bigcalidawg said:

    @orlando said:

    @donm said:

    @WCDawg said:

    @JRT812 said:
    We need a food subject admins.

    Nothing special, but I wanted some comfort food after this weekend. Told/ asked kindly with a southern please the wife/ roommate for some homemade chili. She didn’t fail.

    They used to shun a man in these parts for putting stew meat in chili.

    I've become more tolerant as I age, still don't seem right though.

    Man, some key lime pie would go great with that!

    Got to have your favorite brewski during preparation.

    What are you drinkin these days Orlando?
    Nothing fancy. With spicy chili probably a Tecate

    Never had a Tecate. When I’m with My border brother homies out here, it’s usually Modelos or just plain old Bud.

    I brought a filled growler of IPA to my buddy Oso once. He tried it and gave it back to me.

    I can drink anything but a stout, or a sour with Chili.

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    georgiaboygeorgiaboy Posts: 846 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

    @JRT812 said:

    @georgiaboy said:

    @JRT812 said:
    We need a food subject admins.

    Nothing special, but I wanted some comfort food after this weekend. Told/ asked kindly with a southern please the wife/ roommate for some homemade chili. She didn’t fail.

    Well, it ain’t chili but this is what I ate after the ass whoopin!


    I would have gladly taken that over chili. They look great! It was cold, rainy, and just a miserable day

    75 and sunny here in GA Saturday. It was a beautiful day until we got ours handed to us!

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    RPMdawgRPMdawg Posts: 2,928 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

    @PharmDawg2054 said:
    I do an “over the top” chili. I smoke the chili with the meat and bacon sitting on top so all the drippings drip into the chilli, once the meat is done I break it up into the chilli and put it back on the smoker


    Gracious. Jeff cancel the food category, I cant take

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    BEACHDAWGBEACHDAWG Posts: 3,370 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

    @WCDawg Try the thin sliced ribeye (for cheese steaks) best chili meat ever.

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    JRT812JRT812 Posts: 4,697 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

    @JeffSentell said:
    The request from graduate member @JRT812 has been granted. Thank you for your continued service to this board.

    Just created a "DawgNation 5-star Chef Zone" category for this forum.

    Holy smokes fellas we did it and thanks to Jeff!!!! So pumped fellas!

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    donmdonm Posts: 10,241 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

    @RPMdawg said:

    @PharmDawg2054 said:
    I do an “over the top” chili. I smoke the chili with the meat and bacon sitting on top so all the drippings drip into the chilli, once the meat is done I break it up into the chilli and put it back on the smoker


    Gracious. Jeff cancel the food category, I cant take

    Me either. This is killing me. I'd almost rather go watch the LSwho game again. Torture, pure and simple.

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    JRT812JRT812 Posts: 4,697 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

    @PharmDawg2054 said:
    I do an “over the top” chili. I smoke the chili with the meat and bacon sitting on top so all the drippings drip into the chilli, once the meat is done I break it up into the chilli and put it back on the smoker


    Looks amazing pharm bro!

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    FirePlugDawgFirePlugDawg Posts: 5,480 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

    @PharmDawg2054 said:
    I do an “over the top” chili. I smoke the chili with the meat and bacon sitting on top so all the drippings drip into the chilli, once the meat is done I break it up into the chilli and put it back on the smoker


    The 'basket' you have the meat in looks like what is sold as a vegetable basket for the grill. In big and small ways....

    Also, I do not have it now, but my father had a chili recipe with pork and beef and garlic. So what you did there works.

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    BiffLowmanBiffLowman Posts: 695 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

    @JRT812 said:

    @BiffLowman said:
    Send a sample via DM, please.

    On it. Especially seeing you have been working all weekend

    I did. It was terrible. Worse than I could have imagined. Wish I could have stayed there a month helping.

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    PharmDawg2054PharmDawg2054 Posts: 3,930 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

    @FirePlugDawg said:

    @PharmDawg2054 said:
    I do an “over the top” chili. I smoke the chili with the meat and bacon sitting on top so all the drippings drip into the chilli, once the meat is done I break it up into the chilli and put it back on the smoker


    The 'basket' you have the meat in looks like what is sold as a vegetable basket for the grill. In big and small ways....

    Also, I do not have it now, but my father had a chili recipe with pork and beef and garlic. So what you did there works.

    Yes, a vegetable basket is what is holding the meat

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    BiggerBadDawgBiggerBadDawg Posts: 789 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate
    edited October 2018

    I love cooking brisket. It’s a very long process but when you get it right, it’s a grand slam. I like to take left over brisket and put it into the chili for texture and Smokey flavor. That’s of course just my preference. If you haven’t tried it , your missing out!. I made some a week ago with some brisket and smoked beef sausage in it.

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    christopheruleschristopherules Posts: 14,466 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

    pure and simple foodporn

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    JRT812JRT812 Posts: 4,697 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

    @BiggerBadDawg said:
    I love cooking brisket. It’s a very long process but when you get it right, it’s a grand slam. I like to take left over brisket and put it into the chili for texture and Smokey flavor. That’s of course just my preference. If you haven’t tried it , your missing out!. I made some a week ago with some brisket and smoked beef sausage in it.

    That is actually what I did with the chili in my orginal post. It actually turned out really good

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    UnderDog68UnderDog68 Posts: 3,109 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

    Sometimes I like to use deer hamburger in mine. Unless you mix deer hamburger with real hamburger, it doesn't do well, anyway, as there is little fat for it to cook in.

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    ghostofuga1ghostofuga1 Posts: 9,051 mod

    Well the weather is getting cooler and I did my first batch of Chili last week. This time of year, I can make chili every other week and eat it all week. BIG chili fan!!! So I thought I would share my easy chili recipe.

    Ingredients:
    1 to 2 lbs meat of choice
    1 28oz can of stewed tomatoes
    1 14oz can of stewed tomatoes
    1 14 oz can of diced tomatoes with green chiles
    1 can of Rotel (mild or original...I prefer original)
    2 cans of DARK Red kidney beans
    1 can of black beans
    1 packet of of chili seasoning of your choice( I prefer Chili-O)
    3 Tbl spoons of Chili Powder
    1/2 Tbl spoon of Cayenne powder
    (other seasonings if desired)

    Cooking;
    Stove top or crockpot.

    Put the stewed tomatoes and all the seasonings in a blender. Blend thoroughly.
    Pour blended mix in stove top pot or crockpot.
    Add cans of diced tomatoes and Rotel.
    Cook for 2 hours in crockpot, simmer for 45 minutes on stove top.
    Add desired meat. Braised or cooked. Simmer for 30 minutes, 45 for crockpot.
    Drain and rinse beans. Add and cook for another 20 minutes.

    I like to do my condiments on the side. Chopped onions, cheese, sour cream etc.. But work it however you like...

    Hope you try and enjoy!!

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    WCDawgWCDawg Posts: 17,293 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate
    edited November 2018

    @FirePlugDawg said:

    @WCDawg said:

    @JRT812 said:
    We need a food subject admins.

    Nothing special, but I wanted some comfort food after this weekend. Told/ asked kindly with a southern please the wife/ roommate for some homemade chili. She didn’t fail.

    They used to shun a man in these parts for putting stew meat in chili.

    I've become more tolerant as I age, still don't seem right though.

    What would be used but stew meat in chili? Google 'stew meat cut' and 'chili beef cut' Stew meat (chuck) comes up first in both. If you're thinking of hamburger meat, then that is still chuck. I know round comes up too, but chuck is more common and more flavorful. Plus one knows what one is putting into the chili.

    Chili needs ground round, I'm a libertarian, but there should be limits.

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