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#5992932 - 10/24/15 11:15 PM Chile?
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Hormel, or Wolfbrand. Chile for homemade Frito-Pie. In the Blind?
Football game. Frito's in the bag Style.
Thank for any advice.

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#5993012 - 10/25/15 07:00 AM Re: Chile? [Re: Bittercreek]
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One of each. Mix in a can of frijoles with them. Onions and fresh chopped japs in the bag, chili mix over all, cheese on top.

Shades of DQ on Main in Marshall in the 60's. I hope it still tastes as good as I remember.
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#5993027 - 10/25/15 07:19 AM Re: Chile? [Re: Bittercreek]
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Whichever one doesn't have beans in it. That's a sure sign to me that you don't have enough meat. Beans don't belong in chili. :-)

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#5993034 - 10/25/15 07:29 AM Re: Chile? [Re: TimOub007]
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Originally Posted By: TimOub007
Whichever one doesn't have beans in it. That's a sure sign to me that you don't have enough meat. Beans don't belong in chili. :-)
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#5993042 - 10/25/15 07:41 AM Re: Chile? [Re: Bittercreek]
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I don't do beans in chili either but Bill taught me the frijole thing to thicken up my home made chili and as always, old guys know best.
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#5993065 - 10/25/15 08:09 AM Re: Chile? [Re: Bittercreek]
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Originally Posted By: Bittercreek
Hormel, or Wolfbrand. Chile for homemade Frito-Pie. In the Blind?
Football game. Frito's in the bag Style.
Thank for any advice.


Bittercreek, I'm not about to engage the beans or no beans battle. However, being a New Mexico transplant, I want to correct your spelling from Chile to Chili. Not that it matters to most, but those that do know understand. food

Back to topic - heck yes in a blind. Just because you're deer hunting is no reason to be uncivilized. cheers
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#5993069 - 10/25/15 08:15 AM Re: Chile? [Re: Bittercreek]
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One can of no bean mixed with a can that has beans, like said above chop onion and japs, sprinkle into bag, pour chili in and top with lots of shredded cheese.
Using two cans of chili we typically pour into 2-3 medium size bags of fritos, one for me, one for dad. If there is a third it's free game
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#5993292 - 10/25/15 11:17 AM Re: Chile? [Re: Bittercreek]
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Just say no to frito pie!!! Nothing cleans out my system faster then all the grease and oil in those chips!!!!

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#5993293 - 10/25/15 11:20 AM Re: Chile? [Re: EddieWalker]
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Originally Posted By: EddieWalker
Just say no to frito pie!!! Nothing cleans out my system faster then all the grease and oil in those chips!!!!



Well I guess we know what your go to is whenever you get plugged up.
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#5993455 - 10/25/15 01:41 PM Re: Chile? [Re: Bittercreek]
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Wolf Brand is head and shoulders better than Hormel.
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#5993546 - 10/25/15 02:37 PM Re: Chile? [Re: Bittercreek]
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Homemade Venison Chili with beans for frito-pie. Dang good weather for it today around here. food
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#5993558 - 10/25/15 02:48 PM Re: Chile? [Re: Bittercreek]
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Homemade wild game chili all the way! Make a big batch and freeze it. Can't really aquire a taste for the canned stuff anymore. If you are in a real hurry Tabasco makes a jarred chili starter where you add to cooked meat. Super quick and pretty good flavor.

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#5993627 - 10/25/15 03:39 PM Re: Chile? [Re: QuitShootinYoungBucks]
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Originally Posted By: QuitShootinYoungBucks
Wolf Brand is head and shoulders better than Hormel.


This.
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#5993663 - 10/25/15 03:58 PM Re: Chile? [Re: Bittercreek]
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Skip the canned altogether and get the vacuum packed chili in the refrigerated section where the hot dogs are. I buy Texas brand and once you've eaten it you'll never go back to canned. It comes in one pound bricks.

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#5994071 - 10/25/15 07:34 PM Re: Chile? [Re: jetdad]
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Originally Posted By: jetdad
Skip the canned altogether and get the vacuum packed chili in the refrigerated section where the hot dogs are. I buy Texas brand and once you've eaten it you'll never go back to canned. It comes in one pound bricks.


Skip that and vacuum seal your own leftover chili and freeze. I have eaten it a year later and it is still great. Jalapenos, onions, cheese, and chili cheese fritos...out of the bag, I'm civilized. grin
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