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Old 08-05-2013, 06:32 PM   #131
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FWIW, Chili means spicy. Chili con carne means spicy with meat. Chili w/ meat and beans would (in theory) be chili con carne con frijoles.

I am mainly interested in chili con cerveza............




And while I will NOT dispute chili with a Texan, WHO told y'all that BBQ meant ketchup on BEEF?


But I'll grant that you did get it right on the Dr. Pepper and Shiner Bock.

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Outstanding insight c3, on the chili con cerveza ,,, an entire thread could be devoted to which brew for the various styles of chili,, and chili with beans, recipes throughout the locales in the U.S. Sadly the use of ketchup on beef is an ongoing malady anymore,, except on poor ground beef,, but those boys in Texas do make one Hell of a good chicken fried steak,, I thought it was pure blasphemy to batter a good chunk of beef until I tried one in San Angelo at a little Mom and Pop bar and grill. Not too many places outside of the southwest get that one right ,, usually dry and overcooked, of course it beats " Monkey on a stick " in Olongopo, but to each his own. No Lone Star brews though,,, that lures in that damned giant armadillo,, a lot peskier than bigfoot in my opinion.

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OK. Chili co carne con frijoles it is, then. Sans cervesa, though. Keep in mind I am from the NE, and that was MHO. YMMV.
The more I hear about BBQ, the more I think I have to visit the South. Although genuine BBQ is making inroads up here. People from the South move here, or people from here get trained there, and they start restaurants. You can get pretty good BBQ, although a lot of us are still in the dark about it.

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My chili has beans in it. Always has always will. If you don't like it guess you won't be eating at my house. I also put a bottle of port or stout in mine.

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It is my understanding that the best bait for a sasquatch is BEAR chili, gotta have lots of bear bits in the mix. I hear the cubs are more tender.

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I hope you bag one TX, it'd put a stop to all the controversy. However I don't think you will, cause there isn't any such critter. I've said it before, why is it everyone has a camera that will take crystal clear pictures of everything but big foot and ufo's? Good luck.
Crystal clear...this is my son and I last week. You can CLEARLY see Bigfoot.

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Oh, right. Beer in chili is awesome, too, if done right. I don't drink beer, so it's not usually handy.....

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FWIW, Chili means spicy. Chili con carne means spicy with meat. Chili w/ meat and beans would (in theory) be chili con carne con frijoles.

I am mainly interested in chili con cerveza............




And while I will NOT dispute chili with a Texan, WHO told y'all that BBQ meant ketchup on BEEF?


But I'll grant that you did get it right on the Dr. Pepper and Shiner Bock.
BBQ is a dry-rubbed brisket smoked for about 12 hours . . .

And, although I was a Dr. Pepper drinker for 50 years, I quit about a year ago, after the Dublin, Texas bottling plant (the oldest Dr. Pepper bottling plant in the state and the only one making Dr. Pepper from the original formula using pure cane sugar) was forced to close by Dr. Pepper/Snapple.

Shiner Bock is still good, though. My favorite beers are darker and heavier, but one could do a lot worse than a shiner bock.
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FWIW, Chili means spicy. Chili con carne means spicy with meat. Chili w/ meat and beans would (in theory) be chili con carne con frijoles.
If we're talking about spicy, as in hot, I thought "picante" in spanish meant spicy?

At least that's what google translate says. It also says "chili" and "chile" in Spanish both mean "chili" in English...
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I hope you bag one TX, it'd put a stop to all the controversy. However I don't think you will, cause there isn't any such critter. I've said it before, why is it everyone has a camera that will take crystal clear pictures of everything but big foot and ufo's? Good luck.
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