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Old 03-02-2013, 09:49 PM   #1
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Default Video: Man Cave Smoked Chili

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This process worked extremely well by smoking the cubed brisket first and then adding it to the chili to finish it off with even more smoke... mesquite :)
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Old 03-02-2013, 10:04 PM   #2
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I really appreciate your contributions to the BBQ world. I look forward to all of your videos and hope you continue to share everything you do. Your data has helped me tremendously.

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Looks great! So what do you like better? The smoked chili or normal chili? I got a new comp chili I'm trying out that has cubed brisket but I'm gonna add shredded pork butt to it.
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Looks great! So what do you like better? The smoked chili or normal chili? I got a new comp chili I'm trying out that has cubed brisket but I'm gonna add shredded pork butt to it.
I like it either way. There are a lot of ways to infuse smoke flavor into chili, and the technique in this video is for maximum smoke. You could do it with just smoked meat... you could garnish with smoked cheese... It's all about what sort of intensity you might want.
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Old 03-03-2013, 06:50 AM   #5
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That chili looks fantastic! I may have to give it a try sometime soon!
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That Looks Fantastic to Me !! Thanks for Posting !!
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Sure looks good JM!
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Looks wicked, I'd bet the aroma is out of this world! Great idea for a cold Sunday! Thanks for posting!
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Looks wicked, I'd bet the aroma is out of this world! Great idea for a cold Sunday! Thanks for posting!
The aroma on this cook was awesome! I can't wait to dig in to the leftovers for lunch at work this week...
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Great video (as usual)! I was a little worried you had checked out and weren't coming back, so really stoked to see you're still on here.
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sorry guys but i love my chili and my bbq but not in the same pot
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Oh yea...that's awesome. I have yet to do smoked chili, but this is getting me one step closer. Good looking video.
I'm previewing it here at work and I don't have speakers, so I'll have to watch it again tonight.
One question though....you didn't just throw away the juices from the brisket pan, did you?

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Oh yea...that's awesome. I have yet to do smoked chili, but this is getting me one step closer. Good looking video.
I'm previewing it here at work and I don't have speakers, so I'll have to watch it again tonight.
One question though....you didn't just throw away the juices from the brisket pan, did you?

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I added a few tablespoons of it back to the dutch oven...
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Looks great as usual JM, gotta love a good chili on a chilly day!

See what I did there?? nyuk nyuk
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Thanks John, looks very tasty.
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