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Thinking about trying out Schwa's recipe.

My Saturday is pretty damn busy, but I'm sure I can figure something out.

This is why I love you. Putting flavour before, say oh, cleaning out the garage that your wife will likely end up murdering you for some day...

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Thinking about trying out Schwa's recipe.

My Saturday is pretty damn busy, but I'm sure I can figure something out.

if you find the liquid levels a bit low throw in a couple more onions on day 1 or even another can of diced tomatoes. :) Drain the beans first too. All of the liquid should come from the ingredients. I also forgot to mention that when I'm browning the ground beef that I completely cover it with a layer of black pepper while it's raw and let it cook into it. Just a guideline, I guess. You gotta work it. Mine is nearly different every time so add your own touches and it'll be fuckin' awesome!

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Dudes!!! This weekend is all about the flavour!!

Thanks for the beer hook-up Chad! I'll be sure to pick up a few back up supplies.

I think I'm going to start the chili tonight and let it chill tomorrow night and finish'er off before the game. We'll pick up a few wings to round out the menu.

Go Steelers!

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I finally got my chili going! I used Schwa's recipe as a framework and then made some modifications.

1 lb of brown'd lean ground beef, fat drained

1 lb of brown'd lean ground pork, fat drained

1 lb of brown'd cubed steak, fat drained

1 can whole tomatoes, coarsely cut

1 lb sliced mushrooms, stems removed

1 can red kidney beans, drained, rinsed

1 can black beans, drained, rinsed

1 can chickpeas, drained, rinsed

2 sliced jalapenos, about half of the seeds removed

a good long squirt of sriracha hot sauce

1/4 cup of chili powder

1 tablespoon plus of peanut butter

I put it all in the crockpot (5 L) on low for 6 hours. I'll refrigerate overnight then fire it up 4 hours before kick-off, adding 1 chopped red onion and 1 chopped green pepper. Serving with cheesy nachos.

Looks good!

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We had two moose/vension/beef chilis , one of them with serious 5 alarm bite. We couldn't get the recipe from the guy but it appeared to have the usual chili ingredients - beans (kidney, black etc) but it was packed with a variety of different peppers - serrano, cayenne, jalapeno amongst a couple others. It was really fuckin' hot that's for sure and I'm glad our chef buddy made two versions of it as I wouldn't have been able to eat a second bowl of the 5 alarm stuff - I was pacing and sweating it out for at least a half-hour after finishing.

One of the funnier things about it was the lack of trust everyone had for each other after that, I don't think anyone allowed anyone else to get them a bowl, or any food for that matter...even if it meant losing the coveted big easy chair with the beer holder...lol

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Sadly, we had so much food and beer that everyone was full before I served it. I sent everyone home with a take out container of it.

I thought it was tasty. I spiked the flavours at the end with a hit of cilantro, sour cream and cheese. I'll be eating it for the rest of the week!

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