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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 02-15-2020, 11:49 AM Thread Starter
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Wife put a pot of chile to going in the slow cooker early this morning. One kid and son-in-law, one grand kid, and three great grand kids will be here later today to eat. The others are out of pocket or still have the flu. Oh well, that's their lose.
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 02-15-2020, 12:16 PM
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I sure would love a bowl of that chili. It has been gnawing at me for awhile. Won’t be long before my house smells the same. Maybe you could get the misses to post her recipe?
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I am going to have to make a large batch of chilli, as I have bags of home made chilli base in the basement years old.
Used to eat a lot in the winter, have not made a batch yet this year.

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2# ground round, onions to suit, salt, pepper, a little garlic, and Morton's chili blend powder. UM, um, good.
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I use a LB of Deer burger, or you can use lean beef Hamburger browned in pan a can of Rotula green chilies and diced tomatoes, chopped onions ,Williams brand Chili seasoning to taste, salt, pepper, one small can of tomato sauce, cooker together and simmered for about an hour. Very good In place of Crackers I like it over fresh baked corn bread also some times over rice with crackers. or you can go with the original Fritos not the scoops.

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I had this batch over fritoes but like it about as well over saltine crackers and it's not half bad over cornbread. The receipe I posted was my mother's and straight out of Texas. My wife just copied it. I've never found anyone that doesn't like it.
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