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Discussion in 'Side Items' started by sqwib, Aug 17, 2010.
Looks Great SQWIB! I will have to keep that in the back of my mind for this winter. Chili in Nebraska in August just doesn't sound like the greatest decision!
I stand corrected and you made chili and not dutches beans wait a minute is that them in the back corner.
Looks awesome. What's with the Hormel can on the grill. Not enough room in the dish? I love the pic with the ingredients and the labels.
Great looking chili - nice job on labeling the ingredients in the pics too
They're the No Boil mac and cheese, haven't had time to post anything on them.
Yeah the can is an overflow can.
This is a pretty easy chili to throw together in a pinch, my next chili will hopefully be from scratch but this does fine in a pinch.
I was wondering if anyone noticed that there is no pic of the onions sauteing, for some reason that image was corrupt.
Why didn't you enter this in the Throwdown???
Great looking chili, can't wait till winter.
Throwdown?, Summer Throw Down?
Even if it qualified which it doesn't, it wouldn't be right...its just a dressed up can of Hormel Chili...however a really good dressed up can of chili.
First time my kids ate any chili and liked it.
The August Throwdown. Maybe I'm wrong, but I thought that you could enter any dish as long as it contains smoked brisket. At least that's how it was in previous Throwdowns IIRC. If that's the case then I think that this would have been a good entry even though Hormel Chili is a main ingredient.
Looks good except for the can of hormel chili ugh thats nasty stuff, I used to eat it when i was a kid and the last time i got it there were like veins in it uhhhgg gross!! especially gross when you consider the meat isnt real then were do the veins come from lol? thanks for the idea of what to do with my leftover brisket.
Just had me a fine bowl of smoked chucky chilli, with a slab of cornbread on the side.... mmm, mmmm, goooood! I didn't have any left over brisket, but the idea had me going... lol.
That looks GREAT Philly SQUIB !
Nice illustrations too!
Accident at the plant??
I dont know Bear but it ruined their chili for me, man we loved that stuff growing up,it was white veins in it, hollow rubbery and not good
LOL----Those "gross" tubes are one of the reasons we stopped making whole hogs, and went to butts & hams. Too much garbage.
In my book, the only thing good about doing a whole hog is everybody thinks it SOOOO NEAT!
Sorry for Hijacking your thread!!!
Your Chile is still SUPER AWESOME
Don't forget the EAGLES tonight!
Man that was a good looking chilli till i saw beans.
That's too funny, I had a similar experience with Dinty Moore Beef Stew, I got sick on it once and could never eat it again.
Veins... isn't that where all the protein comes from
And as far as throwing in all those scraps, hey, I'm from PHILLY and love Scrapple, hey I wonder how they came up with that name Scrapple hmmm..
Sorry didn't notice the August Throw down but still wouldn't have entered it.
Does anyone have a good chili recipe, something from scratch, I can experiment with... and yes it can have tomatoes and beans in it.
man ya gotta have beans in chili, just no veins haha or hormel heck chili is too easy to make from scratch