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Unread 03-08-2013, 01:52 PM   #16
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Awesome video, John! I'm lovin' your addition of cocoa powder to reduce acidity. Excellent choice!
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That was great thanks. I have used both smoked brisket and pork in my chili and you are right it is great. I have also smoked a whole pot on my WSM and that was out of this world. Now I need to do what you did in smoke the meat and then smoke the chili. That recipe is almost identical to how I do it, except the beans, can't do beans in my chili. Excellent Video once again.
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The aroma on this cook was awesome! I can't wait to dig in to the leftovers for lunch at work this week...
Haha you luckey basterd! Do you plan these leftovers?

Another great video John. Love your work.

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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.
The is for the recipe. It was really good, we placed. 5th in chili, my best yet. We had chili for a week, everyone that came by and tried it or we did trade outs loved how tender the meat was, especially the pork butt. I might do the whole chili next time with a pork butt trimmed nicely. So again thanks.
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