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View Poll Results: Noodles in your chili?
I use spaghetti 3 8.57%
No noodles 7 20.00%
I use other noodles such as macaroni 7 20.00%
People eat noodles in their chili??? 18 51.43%
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Old 05-16-2013, 05:21 PM   #51
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That is one of the most bizarre things I've ever heard. I wonder if cantaloupe after blazing hot wings would work. My stomach isn't as young as it used to be sadly, and I miss blazing hot foods.
It should work, but I don't want to be there if it doesn't <grin>

I learned the cantaloupe trick from a local chili restaurant, and it really did work. All they served was chili and all their chili came in the cantaloupe bowl. They had 20 or so different types on the menu and served 6 different ones each day. Two would be mild, two would be medium, one they called hot, and one they called melt your socks good. The funny part is that putting the chili in the cantaloupe didn't affect the chili since there was no juice. You had to eat the cantaloupe pieces to get relief.


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I've noticed over the years that a lot of people don't eat spaghetti in their chili, some never even seeing it done that way and it got me thinking about starting a thread.

Seems its predominately a Cincinnati area thing

So what do you all think? You can add your locale also, so we can see where its popular.
I was always told Cincinnati Spaghetti was spaghetti topped with chili, which is pretty good, but adding noodles to it? That's just wrong.


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I once read that traditionally chili doesn't have beans. It was in a reputable southern cookbook, so I almost believe it.
I believe "real" chili does not have beans in it. I always put black beans in mine, though.

Balota swears that eating a piece of chocolate will take the sting out of something spicy hot burning your mouth. Chocolate, butter, or anything with fat in it.
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Ive tried it over glazed donuts and surprisingly, it was pretty good.

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I believe "real" chili does not have beans in it. I always put black beans in mine, though.

Balota swears that eating a piece of chocolate will take the sting out of something spicy hot burning your mouth. Chocolate, butter, or anything with fat in it.
Texas chili does not have beans. Chili can have anything that you want it it.
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I've tried the chocolate cure. It did work on the heat, but it masked the taste of the chili. Of course at that point I really didn't care. <grin>

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Chili on top of scrambled eggs or an omelet is pretty good.
That sounds good.
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One of my favorites is chili over ziti. Not soaking in the stuff though. It is SOOO good. There really is no limit of hot chilli over that macaroni I couldn't eat. And with beans it is rather nutritious. Personally I'd rather have properly cooked ziti than steak.



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