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Unread 06-05-2012, 12:59 PM   #16
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Looks great Mr. Bob, do you get a lot of heat from the Japones? I'm assuming they re-constitute themselves as it cooks.
Thanks! Japones are medium hot chilis, about 20,000 to 30,000 Scoville. A little hotter than a serrano, not as hot as cayenne. Yes, they re-constitute as they cook.
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Excellent. MOST excellent.
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Thanks, Mr. Bob.
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That looks like one fantastic chili. Well done.
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I'm trying this one
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Love Brisket Chili - lookd great!
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That looks great. Maybe I'll give that a try with Beef Cheek. Seems I've got a bunch of 1lb vac sealed packages...
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Bob,

I'm looking for a simple brisket chili recipe. This looks like just the thing. But, I'm curious about the Gravy Master. It isn't something we stock in our kitchen. Can you share the intent. Is this for thickening? Or flavor? Any suggested substitutions?

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