ndeans: fark THAT NOISE!The first commandment of chili states:Thine chili shalt hath no beans.The word of the Lord
Caelistis: You can tell the Yankees in this thread.
Gulper Eel: I drop a turkey neck in mine just to have something unpleasant-looking protruding from the chili as it cooks.
vudukungfu: Then it got weird. Chocolate chips and beer weird.
davidphogan: What's the point of chili without beans?
nburghmatt: chili without beans is only good for piling onto a hot dog.
TheYeti: Beans, no beans,whatever.As long as it's not Cincinnati-style with the cinnamon or chocolate or whatever the fark they put in it.
kwame: Benjimin_Dover: What is the point of a contest of chili makers if they have to use the exact same list of ingredients? Are they competing on who can come up with the best proportions of those ingredients?The number of different chiles you can use for the seasoning alone makes a world of difference. I use a blend of toasted chiles, and you can absolutely tell a difference in flavors if I use 2 ancho or 3 guajillo or whatever.
doglover: In Texas, they like to INSIST that you don't use beans in the chili. But then they use beef instead. Might as well add skittles at that point of authenticity.
ciberido: nburghmatt: chili without beans is only good for piling onto a hot dog.That's not chili. That's Coney Island Sauce.Coney Island Sauce is not chili. Chili is not Coney Island Sauce. They are totally different things used for totally different purposes.
Caelistis: Good chili also needs a pone of cornbread
Gleeman: marius2: Cinci chili is great, but I make my own style.1 can tomato soup1 can kidney beans (drain the liquid first)1 box of pasta1 tea spoon of chili powder.Easy peasy drunk food.Do you cook the pasta separate, or all together?
fzumrk: A chili thread, yeah![i50.tinypic.com image 369x252]
lelio: I didn't know that Cinncinati had chili parlors. And who the fark puts chocolate in chili?
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Enemabag Jones: Kind of shocked here.Living in the midwest most of my life I though chili meant blandish bean soup.I didn't know it was originally spicy meat stew, which might be tasty.
Phaeon: Once I was making chili (simple chili: beef, cans of chili beans, tomato juice, spices) and I noticed there was a lone Bud Light in the fridge. I was sure as shiat not going to drink it, so I decided to pour almost the whole thing into my chili. The carbonation I guess did something awesome to the chili and it tasted amazing. I've been meaning to try it out again, especially since cold weather is coming.
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