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Old 10-20-2018, 08:59 PM   #1
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Default So let me get this straight about Chili..

My Shiner Bock concoction. (Sorry about the big “visible” onions BoB)

Chili?



Not chili?




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Old 10-20-2018, 09:04 PM   #2
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MMmmmm! Both look good to me!
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Old 10-20-2018, 09:06 PM   #3
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Chili without beans is just carne colorada!!
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Dang ,I think you ruined it with the two beans !!
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Old 10-20-2018, 09:07 PM   #5
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Good looking pot of chili
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Old 10-20-2018, 09:08 PM   #6
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Old 10-20-2018, 09:08 PM   #7
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Your not a real Texan!
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Hell YES!!!!! That is Chili. I've never been more proud of you than I am right now. Visible onions are fine...as are chopped jalopenos. You know what's not fine and you left the dark side and walked into the light of proper chili. I bet Jesus loves you just a little bit more right about now.....










.....and then you screwed it up.
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You had me with the first chili pic


Then you ruined it with a bean soup pic

Both are tasty, but only one is chili

Nothing wrong with onions in chili
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Aint sayin its not chili, but I dont care for em in my chili. Heck ive been known to put potatoes in my chili. Actually pretty good.


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Hell YES!!!!! That is Chili. I've never been more proud of you than I am right now. Visible onions are fine...as are chopped jalopenos. You know what's not fine and you left the dark side and walked into the light of proper chili. I bet Jesus loves you just a little bit more right about now.....




.....and then you screwed it up.

Screwed it up with two beans? LOL....Bean soup?....Face palm gif.
And yes I opened a whole can of beans to put two on it to support the ridiculousness.....



BoB said real Texas chili does not have visible onions or japs so it may be time to call another Chili Nazi meeting..
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Why did you just PM Bob? ��
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Old 10-20-2018, 09:18 PM   #13
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Screwed it up with two beans? LOL....Bean soup?....Face palm gif.
And yes I opened a whole can of beans to put two on it to support the ridiculousness.....



BoB said real Texas chili does not have visible onions or japs so it may be time to call another Chili Nazi meeting..
No you opened a whole can of beans to ruin a perfectly good pot of Chili. And if Bob said that about onions and jalopenos, he's wrong. Don't get me wrong, your chili shouldn't look like a salad from Jason's Deli, but if there are a few onions visible it's ok. However, if you accidentally spill one bean in the pot then you are certainly a queer.

Don't be the Chase This of chili.
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However, if you accidentally spill one bean in the pot then you are certainly a queer.

Sweet then you want some?
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Sweet then you want some?
Was that a come on? See, it happened already. Dig that bean out of there before you send me a love note.
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Looks good. Even with a few beans in it. I could choke it down.
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Old 10-20-2018, 09:26 PM   #17
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I'd eat it. Just got through downing 2 bowls over here.



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Old 10-20-2018, 09:29 PM   #18
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First pic is sloppy joe mix or known as californied chili.

Second pic is the real deal chili.
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Old 10-20-2018, 09:33 PM   #19
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Is that eh-talian or eye-talian spaghetti sauce?

Either way, I’d keep away from flammable vapors for the next 24 hours.
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First pic is sloppy joe mix or known as californied chili.

Second pic is the real deal chili.



Oh hell Bob and Curt just triggered..
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Old 10-20-2018, 09:36 PM   #21
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First pic is sloppy joe mix or known as californied chili.

Second pic is the real deal chili.
YOU SHUT YOUR WHORE MOUTH!!!!



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Oh hell Bob and Curt just triggered..
Wait.....what?

















joking of course, Mr Electrican Man
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Old 10-20-2018, 09:38 PM   #22
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YOU SHUT YOUR WHORE MOUTH!!!!





Wait.....what?

















joking of course, Mr Electrican Man

Hey no beans, break out the buns and enjoy your west coast chili sloppy joe.

Add beans and we’ll let you back in tejas.
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I’d dang sure eat either one and you would never know whether I ate the one with beans or not based on how bad the gas would be!
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Old 10-20-2018, 09:40 PM   #24
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Chili



Stew


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Old 10-20-2018, 09:43 PM   #25
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I'll take a bowl of the not chili version for the very obvious reason Alex...
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Old 10-20-2018, 09:46 PM   #26
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For the bean haters. Try putting in kidney beans. The color and consistency, taste go well with chili. They don't break down to mush like a pinto or other bean would. Plus you need some fiber in your dinner anyways. Straight up meat not good for the bowels unless you want straight blow out in the morning eating all seasoned meat and sauce
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Old 10-20-2018, 09:51 PM   #27
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Come on Smart, let’s see the pic of finished served up product. I know you didn’t open a can of beans to take two beans out for pic. It’s alright the non beaners (aka Curt) can serve it up on buns.
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Old 10-20-2018, 09:52 PM   #28
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For the bean haters. Try putting in kidney beans. The color and consistency, taste go well with chili. They don't break down to mush like a pinto or other bean would. Plus you need some fiber in your dinner anyways. Straight up meat not good for the bowels unless you want straight blow out in the morning eating all seasoned meat and sauce





If I use....errr ...the boss orders.... beans, they are pintos and I put them in late. On a 1.5 hour low simmer, the last 15-20 minutes get the pintos because we are not huge fans of kidney beans. That's long enough to absorb some seasoning and not long enough to go to mush....for us anyway,
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I'd eat it. Just got through downing 2 bowls over here.



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Old 10-20-2018, 09:53 PM   #30
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SMDH.....some people's kids.
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Ill throw two cans of beans in mine, but im a transplant from up north
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Old 10-20-2018, 09:56 PM   #32
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Hell yes. Crispy hickory smoked bacon...crumble it up and mix it in. Also add a couple tablespoons of bacon grease.

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SMDH.....some people's kids.
Lol. My granddaddy and daddy would slap me silly if I served up chili with no beans!
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Lol. My granddaddy and daddy would slap me silly if I served up chili with no beans!
So you come from a long line of wrong people.....I get it.
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If I use....errr ...the boss orders.... beans, they are pintos and I put them in late. On a 1.5 hour low simmer, the last 15-20 minutes get the pintos because we are not huge fans of kidney beans. That's long enough to absorb some seasoning and not long enough to go to mush....for us anyway,
I don't eat kidney beans either, except in chili. They were made for it seems like. Anyways, looks good and enjoy.
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So you come from a long line of wrong people.....I get it.
People like this is why Texas is turning blue

Beto puts beans in chili, and eats tacos with a fork!
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I don't eat kidney beans either, except in chili. They were made for it seems like. Anyways, looks good and enjoy.

Yes sir..I'll certainly eat them but I'm not putting them in my stuff.


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If I use....errr ...the boss orders.... beans, they are pintos and I put them in late. On a 1.5 hour low simmer, the last 15-20 minutes get the pintos because we are not huge fans of kidney beans. That's long enough to absorb some seasoning and not long enough to go to mush....for us anyway,
My boss prefers it with beans so I make it with beans.....at deer camp or fish camp, no beans. I aint turned queer either.
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To each, your choice. Beans or no beans to me it does not matter and it does not matter what others say is or is not chili. Opinions are just like you know what, everyne has one!����
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So you come from a long line of wrong people.....I get it.
Or you don’t come from the right people....makes sense.
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I wanna be clear that I love beans. They just don't belong in chili. I didn't make that rule, God did. If you heathens want to sin, it's your business.
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Someone post facts on if beans belong in chili or not. Facts, not opinions! We have seen those. I would be suprised if anyone can.
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Looks like a bunch of mmmmmm to me.
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No you opened a whole can of beans to ruin a perfectly good pot of Chili. And if Bob said that about onions and jalopenos, he's wrong. Don't get me wrong, your chili shouldn't look like a salad from Jason's Deli, but if there are a few onions visible it's ok. However, if you accidentally spill one bean in the pot then you are certainly a queer.

Don't be the Chase This of chili.
Funnyness
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People like this is why Texas is turning blue

Beto puts beans in chili, and eats tacos with a fork!


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My Shiner Bock concoction. (Sorry about the big “visible” onions BoB)

Chili?



Not chili?




Chili Nazis unite!!!

That is correct.
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Old 10-20-2018, 10:36 PM   #49
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Don't be the Chase This of chili.



LMAO! You must have added this after I quoted you..


Those are fighting words!..🤬
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Someone post facts on if beans belong in chili or not. Facts, not opinions! We have seen those. I would be suprised if anyone can.
I can only give you the rules of the organization that sanctions many of the state's Cookoffs including the world famous Terlingua Chili Cookoff. I doubt it'll make any of you bean lovers change your mind, but I don't care if y'all like being wrong.

https://www.casichili.net/uploads/3/...ed_10-2018.pdf
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