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Old 11-15-2013, 10:12 PM   #1
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Default Brisket and Fatty Chili - totally SFW Pr0n

A friend has a small chili cook-off every year. I think it's rigged since he wins 2 out of 3 years despite his chili last year tasting as my wife described as "like that Chef Boyardee crap".

Anyways, I used my same recipe as last year but instead of cubed and pan seared chuck and a pound of pork sausage, I used brisket and a fatty.

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3 green bell peppers
1 onion
1 can rotel
2 cans petite diced tomoatos
garlic
2 tsp oregano
1/2 cup chili powder
2-3 lbs of brisket
1 lb fatty
as much sriracha as you like (not pictured)

Fatty - nicely imprinted from vacuum sealing last weekend



Brisket - still a bit frozen after vacuum packing last weekend



Brisket thrown in the crock pot mixed with the chopped up peppers, onions, and fatty...



Everything mixed prior to heating...



After heating about 4 hours...from here it will sit in the fridge overnight to really let the flavors meld together and will reheat before the cook-off time...

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Old 11-15-2013, 10:18 PM   #2
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Looks great to me, but what, no beans.....
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Looks great to me, but what, no beans.....
I guess you missed that I was making chili...

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I got that part, I just thought you maybe forgot the beans.


I'm just busting your, well I guess beans. I know it's Texas thing.

Still looks great.
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Looks good!
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Now that's a mighty fine looking chili !
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I got that part, I just thought you maybe forgot the beans.


I'm just busting your, well I guess beans. I know it's Texas thing.

Still looks great.
Nope...the recipe I used originally for my recipe called for beans, but I forgave the creator for his mis-step when I tasted the ingredient combo, but I still can't put beans in chili...
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Do you have a money shot?
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Old 11-15-2013, 10:44 PM   #9
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Do you have a money shot?
I'm not eating it tonight, so I never put it in a bowl. I'll try to take one tomorrow at the cook-off...

Unless you are meaning money shot as in a pic of my body's physical reaction when I saw and tasted it after it was heated...I didn't post that one as it's NSFW
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If I saw beans in there, I would have had to bring a can of whoop-ass out to Denton this morning. Chili looks great peeps.

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That is some mighty fine looking chilli there my friend.
Best of luck it looks like a winner for sure.
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Looks mighty fine! Certainly not anything "like that Chef Boyardee crap".
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Old 11-16-2013, 07:50 AM   #13
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It is a blind tasting, so not sure how he manages his wins.

I didn't mind losing last year. It meant more people ate his crappy chili and I had plenty of leftovers to take home...that was wining enough for me ;)
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That looks great I cast my vote for you I prefer beans in mine- use dark red kindney, chilli beans, black beans and a light colored bean Comes out good Next time I want to try beer and a cup of coffee in it
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The bean vs no bean chili debate is almost as contentious as real wood versus pellets versus charcoal.

Chili looks awesome though. I made a big batch with leftover point a week ago. May have to fiere some of it up from the freezer today while I watch my Noles.
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