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    Re: smoked pulled pork chili

    Quote Originally Posted by CRABBY View Post
    Thanks Dave but the wife thinks its a bit much for us(2 people) but says she can cut it in half...That sound OK ??Thanks........Freezer is bout full also.
    Half is just fine. I gave 1/2 of mine to a friend.

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    Re: smoked pulled pork chili

    Thanks Dave but the wife thinks its a bit much for us(2 people) but says she can cut it in half...That sound OK ??Thanks........Freezer is bout full also.

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    Re: smoked pulled pork chili

    Super Dave's Chili Recipe

    •1 Tbsp of Butter
    •2 Yellow Onions - Chopped
    •3 Cloves of Garlic - Chopped
    •1 Jalapeρo Pepper - Chopped and Seeds Removed - DON'T RUB YOUR EYES!

    Saute' over medium-high heat for 5 minutes or until the onions are soft and translucent,and then remove the mix from the pot.

    •2 lbs. of Ground Beef
    •2 lbs. of Pork Sausage - Hot
    Brown the beef and drain the fat. Then, add in the following ingredients.

    •2 Fourteen Ounce Cans of Diced Tomatoes
    •1 Twenty-Eight Ounce Can of Tomato Sauce
    •1 Four Ounce Can of El Pato Mexican Tomato Sauce
    •2 Cups of Beef Broth (I used au jus from my pork butt)
    •2 Twenty-Eight Ounce Cans Pinto Beans
    •1Tbsp. of Ground Cumin
    •2.5 lbs. of Smoked Pulled Pork – Divided (Reserve ½ for Topping)
    •1Tbsp. of Chile Powder
    •12 ounces of your Favorite Beer
    •2 ounces of Dark or Semi Sweet Chocolate
    •1 1/2 tsp of Your Favorite Meat Rub

    •Salt to Taste

    Add mixed ingredients to a large foil pan and put in the smoker forapproximately an hour to an hour and a half. I stirred every 20minutes. For appropriate smoke level, that meant using a small amount ofchips at the beginning and the next 2 stirs.

    Simmer or crock pot for 3 to 4 hours, occasionally stirring. Then, add theremaining pulled pork garnish.


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    Re: smoked pulled pork chili

    Nice pic.Whats the recipe.........

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    Re: smoked pulled pork chili

    Man, we just had our first cold weekend in a long time here in the bay area and i was craving some chili. Lol we think alike! I am waiting for this weekend to get some chili going though. I will most definitely try and add some smoke to it before serving. Nothing like cornbread and chili. Just cant go wrong. I keep a little bacon grease to line my cast iron pan for the
    cornbread


    Thanks for the tip!

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    Re: smoked pulled pork chili

    This is a meaty, man's chili. For heat, it has a good burn that you don't feel until you finish chewing and swallowing, makes you want to go in for another shovel full. If you have a favorite chili recipe, try putting it in the smoker for a couple of hours after you assemble it. You won't make chili without it after you do.

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    Re: smoked pulled pork chili

    Looks really delicious Dave. Is that more of a sweet, savory or chili con carne...

    i make a lot of chili I love cumin I try to find suet

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    smoked pulled pork chili

    A little snap in the air and time for a bowl of chili and cornbread.




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