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3 hours ago, chessie_yaker said:

I shall dethrone thee next festivus foodius

 

I buy a couple boxes of burgers for the food fling these days.

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4 mins ago, MikeMc said:

 

I buy a couple boxes of burgers for the food fling these days.

I shall take that as thy surrender. 

 

But really? You have a chili that other chili cookers rave about and you bring frozen burgers now? Man I must have missed the good old days I’m not sure that I want to come now. Sounds like a bunch of old farts that microwave some banquet boxes and tell jetty stories now. 

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7 hours ago, fish'nmagician said:

your chili was entered as suvlaki.

 

More of a gyro but he's not a Greek :airquote:

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Here's the last batch I made last summer it has corn in it not canned corn but fresh sweet corn. I like it meaty so there's like 13 lb of beef in there and everything else is fresh except the beans canned kidney beans . my mom used to make goulash when I was young and I remember the fresh sweet corn out of the garden set that off

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9 hours ago, chessie_yaker said:

I shall take that as thy surrender. 

 

But really? You have a chili that other chili cookers rave about and you bring frozen burgers now? Man I must have missed the good old days I’m not sure that I want to come now. Sounds like a bunch of old farts that microwave some banquet boxes and tell jetty stories now. 

Wait till you get to the fluke fling...

Its downrite disgraceful...

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Do guys in NE have Skyline Chili (might be called Cincinnati Recipe)?

 

It's either served over spaghetti with a fistful of mild cheddar, diced onions and beans OR made into Chili Dogs with even more cheese.  Their hot sauce is pretty dam good as well.  It's origin is Greek and it's popular in the Midwest.  Skyline restaurants all over the place.

 

Not sure they should be calling it "Chili" but it's awfully good.

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