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  1. #1 Chile, or a bowl of Texas Red 
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    Ok, this is good chile. I've played with this for years and I found that the simplest way works the best. The ingredients are basically what you want in there. What I did was to use;
    (feeds 20) lol!
    5 onions diced
    3 heads of garlic, minced
    4 green peppers, dicedc
    1 cup store chile powder
    1 cup of assorted mexican chile powders
    1/2 cup paprika
    1/4 cup cumin
    3 jalopenos, diced
    2 habeneros, diced
    1 Tbsp cayene pepper
    1 Tbsp crushed red pepper flakes
    3 Lbs boston butt cut up to bite size pieces
    2 sirloin steaks, cut up into bite size pieces
    1 LB ground pork
    2 Lbs ground beef
    1 Lg can crushed tomatos
    1 Lg can of diced tomatos
    2 bottles of beer
    1 tomato can of water
    1 cup masa flour mixed with 1 cup water

    Here is almost everybody!



    To start, in a large pot saute all the peppers with the onions for about 10 minutes. add the garlic and cook till you can sniff it.



    Add The beer, tomatos and the rest of the stuff except the meat and the masa flour. Simmer on low.

    Start browning the meat, season with S&P , as each batch is done add to the veggie pot and stir


    After simmering for about 1 1/2 hours on low, add the flour/ water mixture, take off heat and stir, you are ready to eat.


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    This is a must! Wash well after handling!!



    And this is a no-no, beans bad!



    Time to eat!


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    Okay.

    This is how you become a Legend.

    As if you didn't already know that.

    Great recipe. Not just good. Great....

    I am, officially, in awe of you.....

    Nice.....
    Hey careful man! There's a beverage here!
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    Oh my god, that looks awesome!!
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    You had me until the tomato part. Real chili doesn't need any stinkin' tomatoes (or beans, naturally). ;)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gingersnap View Post
    You had me until the tomato part. Real chili doesn't need any stinkin' tomatoes (or beans, naturally). ;)
    Real Chili is Texas style made with dried beef and peppers without beans . Chuck waggons didn't carry canned tomatoes or beans .Chili peppers and beef is all they used in the trail style grub .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gingersnap View Post
    You had me until the tomato part. Real chili doesn't need any stinkin' tomatoes (or beans, naturally). ;)

    Might not need it, but it sure tasted good! Its all gone! :D

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