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    Re: SuperDave's Original Chili

    Thanks Dave....I think I'll whip up a batch this weekend and putt around a bit ::)

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    Re: SuperDave's Original Chili

    Great tasting chilli is always welcome in my stomach! ;D m'mmmm


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    Re: SuperDave's Original Chili

    Almost chili time. [smiley=cold.gif] If you are craving some good meaty chili, this will do the trick.

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    Re: Hinrid's Original Chili

    Hinrid, Thanks! I just read your first post and it was clear. Maybe I read it wrong last night. It was right before I went to sleep. Looks like a recipe I want to try.. Larry

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    Re: Hinrid's Original Chili

    Larry, it is the wrap of the line above. If you are feeling lazy, 4 large cans of beans will take the place of the "homemade bean". If you like a variety of beans, cans are also an easy way to go.

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    Re: Hinrid's Original Chili

    Hinrid.. What's the next to last ingredient in your recipe? It says 4 large cans. Cans of what? Thanks.. Larry

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    Re: Hinrid's Original Chili

    Ok thanks Ill see if I have a pot big enough

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    Re: Hinrid's Original Chili

    You could 1/2 the recipe. However, there is enough Winter and a Super Bowl left to make the full batch and freeze a couple zip lock baggies for a cold, rainy night that you don't feel like cooking.

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    Re: Hinrid's Original Chili

    How much does this make, sounds like alot just me and the wife can portions be cut in half or is that sacraligous

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    Re: Hinrid's Original Chili

    try dropping in some corn bread dumplings...I have a favorite recipe that is chili with corn bread dumplings. It is great!!! ;)

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