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Old 01-05-2020, 01:40 PM   #1
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Thanks to several threads in the past couple of months, you folks turned me onto Cincinnati Chili and Adams kicked me toward a good Copycat Skyline Recipe









After reading through lots of discussion and some good banter, we decided to whip up a small original 4-way + try some in a coney dog format (bunless, as we had plenty of carbs with the spaghetti). I even upped the ante with some hot sauce!









Fast forward to today - Needed some lunch and wanted to clean out the fridge. What would happen if C.C. came to New Mexico?

Well let's start off with a good frank in the skillet.



But, we'll take a hard turn with a quesadilla format. - Sliced dawg, Cincinnati Chili, and Cheeeeese



Over top of that, we'll need some Green Chile Dip and Valentina's Hot Sauce.







Oh, yeah. That'll work! Hope we have some NFL playoffs on the telly at the same quality as we had yesterday! Good Lawd!

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Old 01-05-2020, 01:42 PM   #2
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I'd hit that all day every day Marc.
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Thanks to several threads in the past couple of months, you folks turned me onto Cincinnati Chili and Adams kicked me toward a good Copycat Skyline Recipe



















After reading through lots of discussion and some good banter, we decided to whip up a small original 4-way + try some in a coney dog format (bunless, as we had plenty of carbs with the spaghetti). I even upped the ante with some hot sauce!



















Fast forward to today - Needed some lunch and wanted to clean out the fridge. What would happen if C.C. came to New Mexico?



Well let's start off with a good frank in the skillet.







But, we'll take a hard turn with a quesadilla format. - Sliced dawg, Cincinnati Chili, and Cheeeeese







Over top of that, we'll need some Green Chile Dip and Valentina's Hot Sauce.















Oh, yeah. That'll work! Hope we have some NFL playoffs on the telly at the same quality as we had yesterday! Good Lawd!



Kind regards and thin blue.


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That looks like beer food!

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Awesome.
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Perfect Sunday/football/beer food, which would be great even without the Sunday/football/beer. There is nothing chili can't do! Could an omlet be next?

Nicely done as always, Marc!
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Looks great Marc, I could sure use a bowl of that about now.
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...I could sure use a bowl of that about now.
It's interesting.... I can absolutely understand how one wouldn't exactly call this stuff "chili" in the traditional sense. The flavors sure are nice, but I'd much prefer this as a topping or addition to something else... some other vehicle to get it to my mouth.

I'm not sure I could just sit down with a bowl of it and tear into it like I could a traditional chili. It's OK. I'm strange.
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Great take on it Marc!
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A review of Cincinnati Chili. If you are offended by ampersands and shift# keys, human elimination references etc, do not open link. However if your humor circles out where the buses don’t run-as does mine, wave as you drive by

Google Dayton Daily News Skyline chili review
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Looks great, love the quesadilla dog idea.

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Nice play on the Skyline coney. To be legit though you need to double the amount of cheese.
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Reminds me of crushing Coney's at Coney Islander in Tulsa when I was a kid.

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Excellent as usual Marc! I'll have one of everything
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