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Unread 10-24-2011, 06:21 PM   #106
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Nice sliders. Harold and Kumar would go for those, big time.

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Unread 10-24-2011, 06:23 PM   #107
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^^^^^ What about a McEggplant TD?
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Unread 10-24-2011, 06:36 PM   #108
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Default Danvers Chili

Well, I practically lived at Danvers when I was in graduate school as they had a soup and salad bar that featured chili. The bar was dirt cheap and the chili was actually pretty good but...they used crumbled burgers from the day before to make the daily chili and NOT prime rib. Well, OK, the prime rib was in an ungraded cryovac that really wasn't good enough for steaks but still had a great beefy flavor so...Chili! I used Big Ron's chili mix. I cut up about 4 lbs of the PR and generously dusted with Big Ron's mix (Great stuff BTW). These were left in the fridge overnight when they were brought to room temp and grilled over Kingsford Comp with 4 chunks of hiskory for smoke. In the meantime I sauteed a medium onion, a red bell pepper and a few cloves of minced garlic. Oh, I also the night before made some dried pintos (2 cups and 6 cups water with some Big Ron's mix) the night before. The meat when grilled was cut into cubes. I added two cans of chopped tomatos, a can of Rotel, a can of tomato sauce, a can of tomato paste and a couple cups of beef broth to the mix. Then just let it go for a few hours in the slow cooker until the beef was tender. This chit was farking great! Much better than the inspiration probably due to the grilled prime rib - no mattter what the grade. Here's some pics.







Hot stuff!





Rubbed



Overnight



ready to grill



On the grill



Meanwhile - onion, red pepper and garlic



Finished!



Cubing...



In the pot...





And in the bowl with cheddar, Monteray Jack, Sour Cream and Green Onions...







Like I said. This chit was farking good. If you haven't tried Big Ron's chili mix, you need to.
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Unread 10-24-2011, 06:41 PM   #109
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Excellent G!!!

Gotta love me some deguerre inspired chili...
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Now that's what I'm talkin' 'bout, chili with steak, mmmm!
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Color me in there chili!
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Nice work on the chilli! Looks delicious!
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Start out with the base veggies. Only did 2 potatoes which was more than enough for my g/f and I. I also only used 1/4 of a pepper and onion (again, not being a real big fan of either)


Then moved to the frieds, and sprinkled the seasoning on top before throwing in the oven.


Once I cooked the bacon. I tore it up, and cut a few slices of Pepper Jack cheese (gives it a better spice flavor) and placed it all on the inside. Then took the half above it and pressed them together.


I would have taken a cooking pic, but it gets a little too dark, too early for all that now. So here's the Slice of Life pic of the full plate.


I promise you, this taste A MILLION time BETTER than it looks. (The money shot)
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Looks farkin awesome! Was there a hamburger joint of inspiration?
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I'd jump in head first...
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Looks farkin awesome! Was there a hamburger joint of inspiration?
Um, Burger King's Bacon Cheeseburger deluxe ...?
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Um, Burger King's Bacon Cheeseburger deluxe ...?
Oh, Bermuda King, I get it
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Nice burger N fries..and I just love this shot!
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Um, Burger King's Bacon Cheeseburger deluxe ...?
You do have to name the fast food item that inspired your entry. Burger King doesn't have a Bacon Cheeseburger deluxe on their menu. Perhaps you meant to say the BK Chef’s Choice Burger?

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Nice looking chili, deguerre. I had never heard of Danver's, but I googled it, and it looks like fast food, to me. Your presentation with the toppings looks just like there's, but I'm sure it tastes much better with that steak in it.

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