Okay the second dump is in the chili. To counterbalance the newly added spices, I add another pinch or two of brown sugar. You do not want any sweetness in the chili. Just add enough to take the edge off of the spices.
At this point, this isn't a 3 alarm chili. It is spicy, but the heat is a low and slow burn. If you want it spicier, adjust with cayenne pepper. This is also the point where you want to adjust the salt. I used the salted beef broth, so at this point, I believe my chili is salty enough for me. Besides, I am sure the pinto bean seasoning has salt, but I am not 100% on that, and I am not going to look at the label (lazy mod)
At this point, all of the spices that will go in have already gone in. The only thing left is to finish off the chili.
Primo Oval XL, BPS drum, Weber gasser