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Old 03-12-2014, 11:42 PM   #2851
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My 2 cents. Usually ground meat. A combination of beef and pork. Or straight venison, if that's what I have.
Cumin-yes.
Beans-Never! Once you add a bean, it's just bean soup with meat thrown in.
Well, then, I make a pretty good bean soup with meat thrown in. Seriously, I think it's regional whether beans are acceptable in chili or not.

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Well, then, I make a pretty good bean soup with meat thrown in. Seriously, I think it's regional whether beans are acceptable in chili or not.



Dang! It's been years since I've had King Crab legs. Lucky you.
in most chili cook-offs, chili is made without beans and many purists would never defile chili by putting beans in it. with or without beans really comes down to personal preference.
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in most chili cook-offs, chili is made without beans and many purists would never defile chili by putting beans in it. with or without beans really comes down to personal preference.
I'm thinking if I were ever to enter a chili cook-off I would mash up some beans and put 'em in just to be a dick.

I like beans in chili. It adds to the flavor.
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I'm thinking if I were ever to enter a chili cook-off I would mash up some beans and put 'em in just to be a dick.

I like beans in chili. It adds to the flavor.
i have to agree. i prefer beans in my chili as do most people that eat mine do. but going over the rules for most chili cooking associations, beans are not allowed.

here's one for everyone. what do you like to put in your chili when eating it. crackers, fritos, or cornbread?
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Diced raw onion. Sometimes grated cheese.
Regional thing, I guess.
I've never liked crumbled crackers in any soup, stew, etc.
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Diced raw onion. Sometimes grated cheese.
Regional thing, I guess.
I've never liked crumbled crackers in any soup, stew, etc.
i can't stand crackers in chili. fritos with the diced fresh onions and shredded cheese is my prefered method, but some chili over fresh made cornbread is pretty damned good too.
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I'm thinking if I were ever to enter a chili cook-off I would mash up some beans and put 'em in just to be a dick.

I like beans in chili. It adds to the flavor.
ROFL......good one!!

Beans also add fiber to the bowl of chili.
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I always put beans in mine. You know what they say, "beans beans, good for the heart." Well you know the rest. I don't crumble anything in my chili. Its thick enough already. I will eat either saltines or buttered bread on the side. If the chili is on the extra hot side its the buttered bread. If I eat thin soup thats when the crackers get crumbled. I do sprinkle grated chedder cheese over the chili. I cook my chili in the crockpot and I usally slice up a pack of mushrooms and toss them in the mix.

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I will put beans in chili when it is to be the main course,, if I make chili for a Frito pie, or to put over potatoes or for the wife to put over salad or rolled tacos, I do not. I also like to take smoked sausage, slice it into medallions and fry it up and then pour chili on top,, you can feel your arteries clogging up but it is tasty.
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I have pasta fagioli in the crockpot at home set on low and I ordered a burger and fries and a root beer float from candies for lunch


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