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Unread 12-03-2012, 10:17 AM   #1
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Default A pot of chili

I made some chili the other day, used
beef, onions, garlic, jalapenos, chilies, New Mexico Hatch chile powder, tomatoes, oregano, cumin, smoked salt, beer, tequila, beef stock... I think that was all. :)



The chile powder came from Brethren Gtr. Thanks again Greg, I love it!!



bacon drippings..



seasoned meat with smoked salt and pepper, then browned in drippings..



onions and garlic....



added chile powder and spices..






meat, tomatoes and jalapenos..



one beer and beef stock..





2 shots tequila. 1 for the chili and 1 for me.



added one chile and simmered..




made tortillas..

mix 2 cups of flour
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon baking powder
Mix well then add
1 Tablespoon of lard (or shortening)
Mix well then add
1/2 cup to 3/4 cup of warm water
Mix and form into ball, let it rest for 10 to 15 minutes.








fry on the hot cast iron skillet..









butter...




Chili and hot tortilla..





It was kinda tasty!

Love the New Mexico chile powder Greg.. thanks again!


Thanks for looking




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Unread 12-03-2012, 10:21 AM   #2
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That looks great!

2 sundays ago I did a chuck steak and pork chili, but I forgot to take pictures. :(
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Unread 12-03-2012, 10:24 AM   #3
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Gotta love GTR!
Gonna cook with some of his giPhts tonight.

Great looking meal Girl!
Have you ever tried dark chocolate in there?
Always works out for me.
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Mighty fine, Jeanie! Mighty fine!

I could go for a bowl of that right now.
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Jeanie

Just last night I was talking with my No. 1 fan about using the drum to brew up some chili in my new dutch oven. Great comfort food!

Good Job, looks mighty tasty.

OH! btw I use similar quantities of tequila also.
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Where the heck are the beans???
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Fine pot of chili! I'm almost embarrassed to admit that I don't have a chili recipe of my own but this got me inspired to finally come up with one, with some beans though
I have some left over Tritip from my cook on Saturday I may use. I'll slow cook it over my wood stove in the living room.
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Looks AWESOME Jeanie!!! I bet it tasted even better than it looks!!!
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That looks great!

2 sundays ago I did a chuck steak and pork chili, but I forgot to take pictures. :(
aawa your chuck and pork chili sound great!! I'd love the recipe if you ever get the time. Thanks!!

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Great looking meal Girl!
Have you ever tried dark chocolate in there?
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Yep.. ya gotta love Greg. One heck of a sweet guy.
I've not tried chocolate Phu.. will give it a go. Thanks!!

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Mighty fine, Jeanie! Mighty fine!

I could go for a bowl of that right now.
Gary thanks!! It tasted good at the time. I was pretty hungry though. lol
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Jeanie

Just last night I was talking with my No. 1 fan about using the drum to brew up some chili in my new dutch oven. Great comfort food!

Good Job, looks mighty tasty.

OH! btw I use similar quantities of tequila also.
lol Rick Glad to see I'm not the only one who uses tequila. It might not add flavor to the pot but it's the thought that counts.
Hope you take pics of your chili, congrats on the new DO too.

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Where the heck are the beans???
lol I love beans too.. but sometimes I just need regular ole chili. Thanks Dan!

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Fine pot of chili! I'm almost embarrassed to admit that I don't have a chili recipe of my own but this got me inspired to finally come up with one, with some beans though
I have some left over Tritip from my cook on Saturday I may use. I'll slow cook it over my wood stove in the living room.
Fiveflat your tritip wood stove chili sounds great!! Hope you take pics!

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Looks AWESOME Jeanie!!! I bet it tasted even better than it looks!!!
Hamilton Thank you!! It tasted pretty good. I didn't exactly use a recipe, just tossed everyone into the pot.
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Thanks for sharing, That looks GREAT! Those tortillas look pretty easy to do also, thanks for the tutorial!
Great job Jeanie!
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ok, it's official, you're not allowed to post at lunch time..... Now I want chili!
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Looks real good, never thought of the tequila aspect before. That sounds like it might be a candidate for venison as well.
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Hamilton Thank you!! It tasted pretty good. I didn't exactly use a recipe, just tossed everyone into the pot.
That's usually how my Chili evolves too. A few of the basics and then what's available and what sounds good, and many times it can't be reproduced... Cheers!!!
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Looks really good. I have a bag of that NM chile powder that my Aunt gave me. She lives in Alamogordo. I've been looking for ways to use it.
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