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Old 01-22-2021, 12:41 AM   #51
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Trust me dude, I try every single time. I need to hide the next can she buys. She donít like pinto beans so I guess itís an uphill battle

Ok ... dude
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Oh boy...
Ok Iíll bite...

ďChiliĒ is short for CHILI CON CARNE & ďchiliĒ con carne does not have beans...

Itís why even today there isnít a single nationally recognized/sanctioned chili competition that allows fillers; beans nor pasta...

With beans, itís chili con carne CON FRIJOLES....

Chili in English is Hot Dog Topping.
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Chili in English is Hot Dog Topping.
So yíall eat a chili dog with beans???
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Yes sir....thus still making it chili WITH BEANS, not chili....

Beans are added & not apart of the chili....
Unless the beans were added while the chili was being cooked, or cooked just to make the chili with...


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So yíall eat a chili dog with beans???

I have if thatís what we have made or in a can when we want to get the concession stand experience . ... same with frito chili pie. We arenít a fickle bunch of eaters around this place.
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I have if that’s what we have made or in a can when we want to get the concession stand experience . ... same with frito chili pie. We aren’t a fickle bunch of eaters around this place.
Ohhhh....frito pie.....my brother!
But ya gonna use chili cheese Fritos!

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Old 01-22-2021, 01:38 AM   #57
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Beans are good. Chili is good. So that means chili with beans is twice as good

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Old 01-22-2021, 03:13 AM   #58
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Bean less chili = guisado

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Old 01-22-2021, 04:05 AM   #59
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Beans were not an issue until the Texas chili cookoffs started, then in Terlingua, Texas in 1967 the CASI rules banned beans. Now all the experts claim there never was beans in real chili. But there is no evidence to back up that claim.

Besides, who is important enough to tell anyone of us how to cook chili? Cook your chili your way, if the chili snob or slob doesn't like it, let the slob cook his own chili.
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Old 01-22-2021, 05:20 AM   #60
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Old 01-22-2021, 06:26 AM   #61
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I for one hate beans in chili. Wife loves kidney beans in it when she cooks it. I pick the dam beans out. But I will cook a pot of red beans (pinto beans for yíall city folk lol) and combine the two.

Beans have no place in chili because Jesus said so. And this is Texas.
Jesus Rodriguez maybe.
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Old 01-22-2021, 06:27 AM   #62
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Beans in CHILI! cut and dry, it just ain't right, unless your from up north,
as they say up north they call it 3 bean soup,
but
i have been known to blend some in the blender to use as a thickener a time or two,
just to see if someone would know the difference
after swearing they would be able to tell
and nope, he never knew it..
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Old 01-22-2021, 06:47 AM   #63
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Since I don't like beans at all....ruining chili with them sounds like a bad idea. We had them so much growing up, I just can't do it.
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Old 01-22-2021, 06:48 AM   #64
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Is it FAT SIDE UP or FAT SIDE DOWN.......... Oh wait that's another conversation

I like Chili both ways however I will say If I'm putting beans in they are Pintos that I've already cooked & not out of a can..... Either way there is never any left overs at our house when the kids & Grandkids find out PAppy's making a pot of RED, they stay till it's gone
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Old 01-22-2021, 07:16 AM   #65
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Chili either way Great....But I put some pinto in most of time, not a lot though..Adds a little volume and makes em tooty...
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Most back in the day added beans to make it go farther.
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Old 01-22-2021, 07:28 AM   #67
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Is chili powder that is put in chili not a ground pepper? And are pepers not a vegetable? As well as the other spices that flavor it?!

So, basically, your eating vegetable flavored meat anyway. Then why not add some beans, and make that meat go a little further?

I know of folks who add macaroni, or potatoes, or several other substances in rather than beans, or with beans.

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Old 01-22-2021, 07:50 AM   #68
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I am cool with beans in chili as long as you call it "Chili with beans" Dont go calling your chili, chili, if it has beans in it. On that note the only bean allowed in my opinion is pinto. Personally I never make chili, I make chili with beans.
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Old 01-22-2021, 07:54 AM   #69
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So why do they make chili beans for?
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Old 01-22-2021, 08:18 AM   #70
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Been to plenty of chili competitions- never seen a bean at one
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Old 01-22-2021, 08:30 AM   #71
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Authentic Texas chili dies not have beans. Yankees make a version with beans.

Are you a Texan or a yankee.

The facts are simple. Your opinions don't mean much.

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Old 01-22-2021, 08:39 AM   #72
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I see the burnt out pothead finally showed up😂
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Old 01-22-2021, 08:40 AM   #73
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Sometimes I will make a pot of both beans and chili, that way everybody can be happy. And on occasion I will put a scoop of my beans in a bowl of my chili.
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Old 01-22-2021, 08:42 AM   #74
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Chili with beans is awesome.

Provides some entertainment as well...about 4 hours later.

Oh and chili without beans is awesome also. Just not as entertaining.
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Old 01-22-2021, 08:44 AM   #75
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Old 01-22-2021, 08:44 AM   #76
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Neither do yours
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Old 01-22-2021, 08:50 AM   #78
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Neither do yours
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I see the burnt out pothead finally showed up
I'm about as far from a hippie as you can get.

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I'm about as far from a hippie as you can get.

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I'm about as far from a hippie as you can get.

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It didnít say anything about a hippy
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It didnít say anything about a hippy
The original comment did. Lol.

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Old 01-22-2021, 09:14 AM   #84
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Id bet they didnít....
They would have carried dry beans with them on the trail, not canned...
The dry beans would have taken longer to cook than the chili itself & tasted like rocks...

How many of those who put beans in their chili, do so without using canned precooked beans?
They also used dried beef, or beej jerky as their beef. Iím willing to bet you donít use beef jerky in yours....
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All I know is any chili worth its salt makes me really regret it in the morning...
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Old 01-22-2021, 09:29 AM   #86
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I like beans in my chili and stewed tomatoes in my gumbo. I make and eat what I like and could care less if it's traditional or not just tasty.
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Beans were not an issue until the Texas chili cookoffs started, then in Terlingua, Texas in 1967 the CASI rules banned beans. Now all the experts claim there never was beans in real chili. But there is no evidence to back up that claim.
Exactly. And their opinions don't mean any more than their stupid rules.
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They also used dried beef, or beej jerky as their beef. Iím willing to bet you donít use beef jerky in yours....
Beef is beef - quality used in chili is irrelevant....

But pair it with the right whiskey & Iíd eat beef jerky chili too...
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I like beans in my chili and stewed tomatoes in my gumbo. I make and eat what I like and could care less if it's traditional or not just tasty.
So you do care a little.

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Old 01-22-2021, 10:05 AM   #90
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Beans and now put potatoes in my chili. Even eat it on spaghetti, and love hunting fence lines
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Old 01-22-2021, 10:11 AM   #91
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Old 01-22-2021, 10:13 AM   #92
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Beans and now put potatoes in my chili. Even eat it on spaghetti, and love hunting fence lines
Chili (no beans) on spaghetti is very good!
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Old 01-22-2021, 10:17 AM   #93
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Nobody here uses dried chili's?? I roast in cast iron to bloom then steep and blend to make a slurry for my chili. Also you don't use beans, tomatoes or any prepackaged garbage.

Real Texas Chili Recipe!!!

Ĺ POUND SUET
2 POUNDS LEAN BEEF SHOULDER
1-POUND LEAN PORK SHOULDER
ĺ-CUP FLOUR
1-TEASPOON SALT
Ĺ-TEASPOON PEPPER
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1 DRIED PASILLA PEPPER*
1 DRIED CASCABEL PEPPER*
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FRY SUET IN CAST IRON KETTLE. REMOVE SUET AND DISCARD. CUT MEAT INTO Ĺ-INCH CUBES. COMBINE FLOUR, SALT, PEPPER IN BROWN PAPER BAG. ADD MEAT AND SHAKE TO COAT. SAVE REMAINING FLOUR. SEAR FLOURED MEAT IN HOT FAT, STIRRING TO PREVENT STICKING, ADD ONIONS AND GARLIC; COOK AND STIR UNTIL SOFT. ADD BEEF STOCK OR BROTH AND BRING TO A BOIL; THEN REDUCE HEAT AND SIMMER SLOWLY WHILE PREPARING PEPPERS.

WASH PEPPERS UNDER COOL RUNNING WATER; REMOVE STEMS AND SEEDS. BLOOM IN CAST IRON SKILLET; PUT IN A SAUCPAN; COVER WITH WATER AND BOIL FOR 5 MINUTES. LET STEEP 10 MINUTES. LIFT OUT PEPPERS AND GRIND OR PUREE, ADDING 1-1/2 CUPS WATER IN WHICH PEPPERS WERE COOKED. ADD TO MEAT, COVER AND SIMMER 2-3 HOURS OR UNTIL MEAT IS TENDER. GRIND CUMIN SEEDS USING A MORTAR AND PESTLE OR A HEAVY SPOON IN A CUP; ADD TO CHILI. ADD SALT TO TASTE. MIX FLOUR SAVED FROM BROWNIG MEAT (ABOUT ľ CUP) WITH COLD WATER; ADD TO CHILI AND COOK 3 TO 5 MINUTES TO THICKEN. MAKES ABOUT 2-1/2 QUARTS.
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Chili (no beans) on spaghetti is very good!
Chilimac is good too.

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Old 01-22-2021, 10:34 AM   #95
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I prefer beans in my chili.
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If I get a hankerin for some bean and meat mixture I go for the taco soup recipe on here. Otherwise Iíd just as soon not have beans in my chili but itís not a deal killer. Iíve eaten a lot of chili with beans in it that was good. Just not my preference.


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Old 01-22-2021, 10:49 AM   #97
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Old 01-22-2021, 10:56 AM   #98
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Show me a can of chili with beans, that doesn't have the warning label "with beans"
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You cannot argue with illogical people. These bean eaters are like the Q followers.
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Old 01-22-2021, 11:07 AM   #100
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Is chili powder that is put in chili not a ground pepper? And are pepers not a vegetable? As well as the other spices that flavor it?!

So, basically, your eating vegetable flavored meat anyway. Then why not add some beans, and make that meat go a little further?

I know of folks who add macaroni, or potatoes, or several other substances in rather than beans, or with beans.

The fish are biting, and there's hogs to be kill-t. Gotta go!
I believe peppers are a fruit, not a vegetable.

Chili without beans is just hot dog topping.
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