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22 minutes ago, Big Dave2 said:

I have a pot of this simmering as we speak. I did omit the beans and one green pepper. If it's no good, I hold @leech~~ responsible.  :D

 

 

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Did you add some cumin and ditch the green peppers like I suggested above?  If not the He11 with yea! :P

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20 minutes ago, leech~~ said:

Did you add some cumin and ditch the green peppers like I suggested above?  If not the He11 with yea! :P

I couldn't find any cumin in the cupboard....

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Posted (edited)

From chilli concarde

"In large pot saute onions, all peppers, and garlic in small amount of oil until tender. Add beef and pork. Stir around until cooked. Add flour to meat juices and mix well. Add 3 ounces chili powder, cayenne pepper, and liquid smoke and stir together."

 

I feel if you brown the meat then add spices to the meat and cook spices to bloom one gets a better meld of flavors otherwise you get the raw flavors of the spices. I then saute the vegtables seperate then add meat back in with the vedgies then the rest. Good trick to know when chilli is ready to simmer add raw diced onion and peppers when peppers and onions are tender chilli is done.

No kiddeney beans, Joan of ark pinto chilli beans and 4 sereno peppers and one green pepper and lots of onions. Use caned whole tomatoes for a fresher brighter taste. 3/4 can hunts tomatoe sauce. The sauce and spices should be more than enough to thicken chilli without the use of flower. A bit of vinagure based hot sauce like tobasco sauce will give a nice tange.

 

 

 

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6 hours ago, PurpleFloyd said:

Chili is great in an instant pot

 

Sheees, are you selling Amway and Herbalife shakes as well? :whistle:  :grin:

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On Sunday, January 07, 2018 at 7:03 AM, PurpleFloyd said:

Need some? :lol:

 

No but yeah got any Essential Oils?

I heard they do "everything" according from my in-law so I thought I would clean my guns with them! :grin:

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12 minutes ago, leech~~ said:

 

No but yeah got any Essential Oils?

I heard they do "everything" according from my in-law so I thought I would clean my guns with them! :grin:

 

 

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16 minutes ago, Big Dave2 said:

@leech~~, Frankincense essential oil makes you sad?

 

Yeah mite gum up the gun a bit! ;)

 

frank·in·cense
 
NOUN
  1. an aromatic gum resin obtained from an African tree and burned as incense. Also called olibanum, gum olibanum.

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Posted (edited)

Well this was your Post, so I guess you can send it to some kind of crazy place? Even have to do your thing on the Cooking thread! :(

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3 minutes ago, leech~~ said:

Well this was your Post, so I guess you can send it to some kind of crazy place? Even have to do your thing on the Cooking thread! :(

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He's bumming cause bama is getting beat up.:grin:

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5 minutes ago, leech~~ said:

Well this was your Post, so I guess you can send it to some kind of crazy place? Even have to do your thing on the Cooking thread! :(

 

Actually this post was on topic until you started in about Amway and essential oils. Sorry if Del offended you. :D

 

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27 minutes ago, smurfy said:

He's bumming cause bama is getting beat up.:grin:

 

That's what I thought. Probably a little more Bourbon tonight to try and make the game go better! It sounds like one He!! of a game!  :whistle:

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1 minute ago, leech~~ said:

 

That's what I thought. Probably a little more Bourbon tonight to try and make the game go better! It sounds like one He!! of a game!  :whistle:

 

Nothing but iced tea for me tonight.....

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7 hours ago, leech~~ said:

 

No but yeah got any Essential Oils?

:grin:

Yes.

I have synthetic 5/50, 90w gear lube and Browning oil. 

29 minutes ago, Big Dave2 said:

 

Nothing but iced tea for me tonight.....

 

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1 hour ago, PurpleFloyd said:

Yes.

I have synthetic 5/50, 90w gear lube and Browning oil. 

 

 

I think he meant Long Island! ;)

 

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