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Noodles?
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 Post subject: Re: Chili
PostPosted: Tue Jan 04, 2011 8:43 am 
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I made chili last night and noodles had no place in my kitchen.

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 Post subject: Re: Chili
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No right or wrong way. The one certain thing about chili is that every person makes it differently. I usually try to change mine up from batch to batch. Sometimes onions cooked in, sometimes without so you can add them fresh on top, or not at all. Same with bell peppers. Sometimes with meat, sometimes all veggie. Sometimes with spaghetti noodles, sometimes elbow macaroni, and in a daring adventurous mood maybe even rigatoni or penne or just no noodles at all. You'd have to be pretty useless in the kitchen to fuck up a pot of chili.

But the real question I haven't seen anyone address is this: Peanut butter in chili? On crackers, on bread or just dolloped right into the bowl in one big glurp? Or...not at all?

I'll take it all.


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 Post subject: Re: Chili
PostPosted: Tue Jan 04, 2011 11:25 am 
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I'll pass on the peanut butter.

When I'm not delighting in the apparent culinary abomination of noodles, I also enjoy chili over rice.

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 Post subject: Re: Chili
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andrewpadon wrote:
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chili over rice.


That is the way my friend.


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 Post subject: Re: Chili
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Here is what is kind of odd, I love (veg)chili, and I love (veg)hot dogs, but chili dogs did nothing for me.


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 Post subject: Re: Chili
PostPosted: Tue Jan 04, 2011 1:16 pm 
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lee wrote:
Here is what is kind of odd, I love (veg)chili


veg chili is one of the few things i can stand fake meat in. dare i say, even prefer it sometimes...


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istandaccused wrote:
andrewpadon wrote:
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chili over rice.


That is the way my friend.



Southwestern Style.

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SEVERS wrote:
But the real question I haven't seen anyone address is this: Peanut butter in chili? On crackers, on bread or just dolloped right into the bowl in one big glurp? Or...not at all?


Never heard of it.

I have a cousin, though, who swears by Frosted Flakes, instead of crackers, on top. I have to admit, it's tasty but I don't think I'd ever do it on my own.


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robertbell wrote:
SEVERS wrote:
But the real question I haven't seen anyone address is this: Peanut butter in chili? On crackers, on bread or just dolloped right into the bowl in one big glurp? Or...not at all?


Never heard of it.

Really? Peanut butter is great on the side. Never tried it right in the chili, though.


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 Post subject: Re: Chili
PostPosted: Tue Jan 04, 2011 2:53 pm 
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robertbell wrote:
SEVERS wrote:
But the real question I haven't seen anyone address is this: Peanut butter in chili? On crackers, on bread or just dolloped right into the bowl in one big glurp? Or...not at all?


Never heard of it.

Really? Peanut butter is great on the side. Never tried it right in the chili, though.


i ain't never heard of no peanut butter on chili!


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 Post subject: Re: Chili
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Peanut butter mixed in with chili is an unforgivable sin in the eyes of God.

Peanut butter sandwiches dipped in chili are a delicious gateway to tastebud heaven.


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paperdubs wrote:
robertbell wrote:
SEVERS wrote:
But the real question I haven't seen anyone address is this: Peanut butter in chili? On crackers, on bread or just dolloped right into the bowl in one big glurp? Or...not at all?


Never heard of it.

Really? Peanut butter is great on the side. Never tried it right in the chili, though.



This is for people that made their chili too hto and need to tone it back down.

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 Post subject: Re: Chili
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shivelycore wrote:
paperdubs wrote:
robertbell wrote:
SEVERS wrote:
But the real question I haven't seen anyone address is this: Peanut butter in chili? On crackers, on bread or just dolloped right into the bowl in one big glurp? Or...not at all?


Never heard of it.

Really? Peanut butter is great on the side. Never tried it right in the chili, though.



This is for people that made their chili too hto and need to tone it back down.


This or sour cream. I've never put peanut butter in the chili, but I have put sour cream in before. Only if it's really hot though.

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 Post subject: Re: Chili
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chocolate, anyone? haven't tried it myself but i like the sound of it...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chili_con_ ... ngredients


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 Post subject: Re: Chili
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chocolate, anyone? haven't tried it myself but i like the sound of it...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chili_con_ ... ngredients


Cocoa powder is a really decent secret ingredient for chili, especially the kind of the Cincinnati variety. I've had good experience with something along these lines:

1 lb ground beef or inferior meat substitute
1 can of chili beans
1 big can of diced tomatoes
onions
onion powder
garlic powder
chili powder
allspice
cinnamon
basil
cloves
cocoa powder
a bay leaf or two
some salt and pepper

I can't recall the amounts for the spices, but I remember it turned out fucking great. I'm personally a bigger fan of white chicken chili, which is like...

2 or 3 cups of chicken bouillon or stock
2 or 3 cups of water
2 diced chicken breasts
1 can of tomatoes (I like those cheap cans of tomatoes with diced chiles)
1 medium onion
2 cloves of garlic
chili powder
cloves
black pepper and salt to taste.
diced cilantro to garnish and tortilla chips

It's always fucking awesome. It's my favorite, even though it's not "real" chili.


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 Post subject: Re: Chili
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Yeah, that's the Cincinnati I'm used to too, Adam.
I put cocoa (or usu. unsweetened baking squares) in all kinds of chili.


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 Post subject: Re: Chili
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It's really good.


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 Post subject: Re: Chili
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shivelycore wrote:
This is for people that made their chili too hto and need to tone it back down.

No such thing as "too hot."


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paperdubs wrote:
shivelycore wrote:
This is for people that made their chili too hto and need to tone it back down.

No such thing as "too hot."


It is if you're a baby like me.

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 Post subject: Re: Chili
PostPosted: Tue Jan 04, 2011 10:24 pm 
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All of these retardedly hot pepper extract hot sauces with like 100,000,000 scoville units or whatever are definitely capable of making something too hot. To offer a fair definition, "too hot" to me is defined as being spicy to the point where no flavor exists. Just heat.


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 Post subject: Re: Chili
PostPosted: Tue Jan 04, 2011 10:28 pm 
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no fun wrote:
All of these retardedly hot pepper extract hot sauces with like 100,000,000 scoville units or whatever are definitely capable of making something too hot.


Those are just stunt "sauces" that people make to win records and people buy to say they own.

I do usually put a few drops of Dave's Insanity in my bowl. I used to put it in the whole pot before I had kids.


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 Post subject: Re: Chili
PostPosted: Tue Jan 04, 2011 10:46 pm 
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Bullshit. Andy Schanie can cure you of this idea. He'll make you form tears of firey piss.
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No such thing as "too hot."

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 Post subject: Re: Chili
PostPosted: Tue Jan 04, 2011 11:01 pm 
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Does anyone else cook beer in their chili?


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 Post subject: Re: Chili
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Bullshit. Andy Schanie can cure you of this idea. He'll make you form tears of firey piss.
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No such thing as "too hot."

It was tongue in cheek, but Andy and I have talked about our love of all things hot before. Adam's right, though, that once it gets to all heat/no flavor, there's really no point to it. Gotta balance the two.


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robertbell wrote:
no fun wrote:
All of these retardedly hot pepper extract hot sauces with like 100,000,000 scoville units or whatever are definitely capable of making something too hot.


I do usually put a few drops of Dave's Insanity in my bowl.


If I make a pot of something, I'll put two or three drops in the pot. It gives it a nice mild to medium burn without all the pepper anus that comes with eating too much of this stuff. I did go through a phase about 5 years ago when I thought it was awesome to put a few drops on a slice of pizza before eating it. That pretty much wrecked my digestive system.


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