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Old 05-08-2019, 06:24 PM   #16
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It is what it is.
Agree'd. We should not turn this into a chili religous debate. I think we have derailed this thread enough already.

I will say one last thing, for volume, its more acceptable to laddle the chili over plain white rice. Most people are more willing to accept that combo over pasta noodles.
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Old 05-08-2019, 06:37 PM   #17
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I grew up with 7 siblings and have had chili Ladled over white rice, all types of pasta and egg noodles. It was just filler
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Old 05-08-2019, 06:40 PM   #18
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I'd make two gallons of make-yer-butt-burn-tomorrow chili and charge all the macho types a huge premium. No refunds if you can't eat it.
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Umm...what about the crackers? Gonna need about 9000-12,000 packs of saltines.
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Old 05-08-2019, 09:06 PM   #20
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My big brother has a son that was a helluva baseball player league club school always playing baseball. My brother was the concession chili guy. Some tournaments started early ended late. If you ate a chili dog,Frito Pie, chili crackers, nachos with chili etc he brought it. He was good at it too. He would make one big batch and freeze it, he’d make another batch day before and refrigerate it. Last batch he’d make morning of. He’d put the refrigerator pot and frozen pot on ice and rotate them to burners guessing when this needed to be done.
Kind of a dance, he enjoyed it. No beans. It’s Texas
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Umm...what about the crackers? Gonna need about 9000-12,000 packs of saltines.
Thats a great point. Or Fritos. Maybe OP should add Fritos to the cup/bowl?
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Hard deal there. Make what you feel like making comfortably,when it is gone,it is gone.I had rather serve my best product until it is devoured than try to make a HUGE batch of mediocre chit just to please the crowd/PTA,$$$ grabbers. Then again,that is just my opinion.Good luck and use a lot of beans.Chilli ain't chilli without beans,it is just meat and pepper flavored soup.
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He must have lived or spent time in Cinci. They like to add perfectly good chili to their spaghetti instead of hamburger and tomato sauce.
Yes! And it is DELICIOUS!!

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Meanwhile, back on topic, I'd agree with the approach of making what you can reasonably do and when it is gone it's gone. To try to pan to feed 3,000 folks without a suitably sized commercial facility sounds like a logistical nightmare. Where would you store refrigerated ingredients and finished product?
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......Chilli ain't chilli without beans,it is just meat and pepper flavored soup.
No, just no.
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I ordered 6 packets of Skyline Cinci Chili a few years back. While it’s not what I know as chili I thought it was quite good. Spaghetti topped with Cincinnati Chili ,raw chopped onions, shredded cheddar and oyster crackers. It was a nice change. Never ordered again. But if I was in Cincinnati, I’d give it a go.

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......Chilli ain't chilli without beans,it is just meat and pepper flavored soup.
No, just no.
Maybe chilli has beans, but real chili doesn't need them.
Beans are just a cheap substitute and fill-in for the proper amount of meat.
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Skyline? Just the thought of chocolate and cinnamon in chili makes me wanna heave.
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Skyline? Just the thought of chocolate and cinnamon in chili makes me wanna heave.
It's actually pretty tasty except I don't consider it "chili". It has characteristics of what I deem chili but it's unique enough for me to consider it a different dish altogether.
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