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    I tried some rattle snake chili at a chili cook off in Arizona. The person serving said it tasted just like chicken. Apparently there are people in the world that can really screw up chicken.
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    Never succumb to a margarita induced contest of anything!

    Rickity when I was 17 I had a good supply of naturally grey/silver hair on my head. Because of that I passed for much older than I was. So I did a little bar hopping & my first drink was Tequila for some reason. And I stuck with tequila for years. Then I found rum (& later whiskey) but the thing about tequila (at least for me) was that one moment you were stone cold sober & the next moment you could barely walk (& talk). I guess that I'm older & wiser now days. I have a few whiskey's & feel ok & then I just naturally taper down on the whiskey & keep that ok feeling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rickity Plumber View Post
    Your butter beans and corn pone are great together. Unfortunately I do not like butter beans but use a good baked bean in place of the butter bean. Bush's or B&M baked beans are two of my favorites.
    Bush's are a little too sweet for us so my wife has started adding a can of some other type of bean with 2 cans of Bush's & I like them a lot better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wbslws View Post
    I love Skyline Chili even though it's not the same thing as regular chili.

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    Skyline "chili" is nasty. When I first moved to Ohio a friend told me about how great it was, so of course, I tried it. No, just no!

    It has no tomato base as chili should, it is just meat, water and spices, and those spices are not what you get with an actual chili. They include cinnamon, which has no place in chili and a few other things that just don't work. It tastes overly sweet and just off.

    Oh, and there is a reason all the photos show just a lot of cheese on top of the spaghetti or chili dogs, that reason is the "chili" itself looks like... Well, something that came out of you when you were sick (pick the exit, both work).
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    Good recipe. I can almost taste it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fmw View Post
    Good recipe. I can almost taste it.
    Which one?



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    I just found out 2 years ago that my favorite chili (made by my cousin's mom) was made with venison.
    She took a deer every year with a Browning gold semi-auto 30-.06.


    No wonder I can't duplicate it! It has just right tomato, kidney beans, green peppers and onions, and deer!

    Still my favorite chili.
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    I make Keto Chili Con Carne.
    If anyone wants, I'll tell 'em how.
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    According to the way I grew up, 2 lbs of venison is required in chili.

    Kidney beans, onions, Cream of musroom, and tomato.
    Last edited by MrogersNhood; 11-19-2019 at 03:28 PM.

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    I love Chili. I make several different recipes. Chili, to me, is like a blank canvas is to an artist. I have a Chili Verde that I love. I make steak Chili after I butcher a whole Beef Tenderloin. I use the ends and Chain muscle for the meat. Depending on my mood, I can opt for Beans, or Texas Style.
    I make Chicken Chili, and Smoked Pork Chili. And even to my disbelief, I learned to make Vegan Chili, for one of my Daughter's Friends. My wife likes my Steak Chili, the best.

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