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  • mroper

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    https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/206953/authentic-cincinnati-chili/ Eat it five way with a chili dog on the side. Cheese should be fresh grated. Don't twirl the pasta, Slice it as the melted cheese will hold it together. Not a Texas chili but very, very tasty.
    Chocolate and cinnamon in Chili ? WTF.

    I used the Caroll Shelby for Chili. pretty good. The Williams Package has not salt in it for those who worry about that
     

    CharlieWH2O

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    Chocolate and cinnamon in Chili ? WTF.

    I used the Caroll Shelby for Chili. pretty good. The Williams Package has not salt in it for those who worry about that
    Like I said, not a Texas Chili (it's a Coney sauce), but tasty. Lot's of Mole sauces have chocolate and chilis.

    HEB has a Terlingua brand chili mix. Try the competition recipe on the back.
     

    bbbass

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    Generally I'm a meat sauce kinda guy. The last I made had both ground goat meat and italian sausage, real heavy with both... deleeesh!

    The sketti with seafood sounds good. An Italian relative made spaghetti with clams in a garlic and olive oil base... it was wonderful!

    I tend to cook up more pasta than I need for the amount of sauce I made; then a few days later a fast meal can be made with some of the spaghetti noodles, butter, and a small amount of Italian salad dressing... heated in the micro... fast and full of carb goodness and comfort!
     

    PinnedandRecessed

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    Chili 5-way is just a fancier form of Chili Mac...and they're both about a 1/2 a step away from good 'ol Midwestern Goulash. My dad would make Goulash in an electric skillet. It was one of the few things he would make if my mother wasn't going to be home in time to make dinner, He was pretty heavy handed with the spice so our asses would be on fire for the next day or two. Good times.
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