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2013/09/18 11:42:59 (permalink)

Chile?

The latest poll lists Chile as a fall food. And here I always thought it was a nation in South America and a type of pepper.
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    ScreamingChicken
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    Re:Chile? 2013/09/18 13:45:13 (permalink)
    A shortened version of "chile con carne", perhaps?
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    Re:Chile? 2013/09/18 13:46:15 (permalink)
    Michael, you only eat chili, in Chile, when it's chilly.................what was the question again ????? how many points do I get for spelling my name right on this test.........I bet Lisa has to make chili now .............
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    Re:Chile? 2013/09/18 14:02:49 (permalink)
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    I bet Lisa has to make chili now .............

     
    And Michael will be stirring the pot!
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    Re:Chile? 2013/09/18 14:53:57 (permalink)
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    Michael, you only eat chili, in Chile, when it's chilly.................what was the question again ????? how many points do I get for spelling my name right on this test.........I bet Lisa has to make chili now .............


    I make the chili around here. She puts beans in hers.
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    Re:Chile? 2013/09/18 14:56:13 (permalink)
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    pnwchef
    I bet Lisa has to make chili now .............


    And Michael will be stirring the pot!

    Welcome back, your dreams were your ticket out.
    Welcome back to that same old place that you laughed about.
    Well the names have all changed since you hung around,
    But those dreams have remained and they're turned around.
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    Re:Chile? 2013/09/18 15:28:35 (permalink)
    pnwchef

    Michael, you only eat chili, in Chile, when it's chilly.................what was the question again ????? how many points do I get for spelling my name right on this test.........I bet Lisa has to make chili now .............

    Whew!  I'm off the hook on this one! 

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    Re:Chile? 2013/09/18 15:41:41 (permalink)
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    pnwchef
    I bet Lisa has to make chili now .............


    And Michael will be stirring the pot!

    Joe, Welcome back my friend. I missed your wit, that ain't not spit.............
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    Re:Chile? 2013/09/18 15:45:29 (permalink)
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    pnwchef
    I bet Lisa has to make chili now .............

    And Michael will be stirring the pot!

    Welcome back, your dreams were your ticket out.
    Welcome back to that same old place that you laughed about.
    Well the names have all changed since you hung around,
    But those dreams have remained and they're turned around.

     
    Thank you Mr KOT-TER!
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    Re:Chile? 2013/09/18 15:47:52 (permalink)
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    pnwchef
    I bet Lisa has to make chili now .............

    And Michael will be stirring the pot!

    Joe, Welcome back my friend. I missed your wit, that ain't not spit.............

     
    Bill, I am used to witless!  All my best to The Mrs.  Joe
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    Re:Chile? 2013/09/18 16:01:54 (permalink)
    Welcome back Joe!
     
    The last time MH made chili, I made some pinto beans on the side for me.  I wasn't even allowed to have them on the same plate!!   Now that's a real curmudgeon. 
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    Re:Chile? 2013/09/18 16:53:25 (permalink)
    Michael Hoffman The latest poll lists Chile as a fall food. And here I always thought it was a nation in South America and a type of pepper.

    First thing I did was to go to the forums to see if anybody else had mentioned it. Beat me by 5 hours.
     
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    Re:Chile? 2013/09/18 17:02:22 (permalink)
    welcome back, Joe
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    Re:Chile? 2013/09/18 17:02:42 (permalink)
    Welcome back to the clubhouse, Joe. You wuz missed.
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    Re:Chile? 2013/09/18 18:06:59 (permalink)
    1bbqboy.....Why I otta.......
     
    carolina bob, Thanks Buddy.
     
     
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    Re:Chile? 2013/09/18 20:18:57 (permalink)
    Joe, welcome back.  You may be the first to be banned and welcome back with such accolade.  I first met you in NOLA and that was my good fortune.  Obviously the roadfood site missed you.
     
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    Re:Chile? 2013/09/18 20:35:12 (permalink)
    Thank You Paul.  I enjoyed keeping up with you on FB.  Good luck with the tomatoes!
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    Re:Chile? 2013/09/18 23:53:30 (permalink)
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    A shortened version of "chile con carne", perhaps?

    NO----------It's "Chili Con Carne"

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    Re:Chile? 2013/09/18 23:56:40 (permalink)
    Welcome back Joe!
    I'm not sure why you left but Welcome Back!
    NOW, that being said---We need an updated Mushroom Harvest Report !
    How did all that work come out?????
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    Re:Chile? 2013/09/19 08:36:55 (permalink)
    Foodbme
    Welcome back Joe!
    I'm not sure why you left but Welcome Back!
    NOW, that being said---We need an updated Mushroom Harvest Report !
    How did all that work come out?????

     
    Thanks Foodbme!
     
    I got one King Stropharia Mushroom this year.  At least I know that the inoculation worked.  Hoping for a big harvest next July. 
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    Re:Chile? 2013/09/19 09:42:43 (permalink)
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    A shortened version of "chile con carne", perhaps?
    NO----------It's "Chili Con Carne"
    The names seem to be more interchangeable in some places and less in others.  And then there's the 3rd version "chilli"...
    post edited by ScreamingChicken - 2013/09/19 11:40:21
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    Re:Chile? 2013/09/19 11:21:12 (permalink)
    Chile ~ Green Chile cheeseburgers, Green Chile Stew (pork and chicken versions), Chile Rellenos, Green Chile meatloaf, Southwestern Lasagna w/Green Chiles, Grilled cheese sandwiches w/Jalapeno Cheddar bread, Hatch Chile Jack & more green chiles, Green Chile omelets, Chile Relleno Casserole, etc. etc. etc. ... I roast hundreds of 'em every fall & freeze them to use all year long in just about anything I can think of. But I always run out before the next fall harvest! 
     
    Chile got my vote 
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    Re:Chile? 2013/09/19 11:26:07 (permalink)
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    Chile ~ Green Chile cheeseburgers, Green Chile Stew (pork and chicken versions), Chile Rellenos, Green Chile meatloaf, Southwestern Lasagna w/Green Chiles, Grilled cheese sandwiches w/Jalapeno Cheddar bread, Hatch Chile Jack & more green chiles, Green Chile omelets, Chile Relleno Casserole, etc. etc. etc. ... I roast hundreds of 'em every fall & freeze them to use all year long in just about anything I can think of. But I always run out before the next fall harvest! 

    Chile got my vote 

    And ever one of the things you mentioned involves the use of chiles. But the pot of meat flavored with chiles or powder made from chiles is call chili.
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    Re:Chile? 2013/09/19 19:43:31 (permalink)
    Yep-what Mr.Hoffman said.
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    Re:Chile? 2013/09/19 21:16:25 (permalink)
    Well, in my house, chili, chilli, chile, or however you want to spell it is all year long. Soup too!!
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    Re:Chile? 2013/09/19 21:21:09 (permalink)
    Joe - Welcome back my friend, I have missed you very much.
     
    As for Chili in Chile when it's Chilly, according to the NWS Chile has a diverse climate ranging from hot and humid to desert to sub polar.
     
    So I suggest whilst in Chile, eat only Chili whilst in the southern sub polar region thus making it the perfect climate to eat Chile err Chilly err Chili.
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    Re:Chile? 2013/09/20 09:47:16 (permalink)
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    pnwchef
    I bet Lisa has to make chili now .............


    And Michael will be stirring the pot!


    Speaking of stirring the pot ...
     
    Does anyone know if any food was served to these, the Greatest of all Americanshttp://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/U/US_MEDALS_OF_HONOR?SITE=AP&SECTION=HOME&TEMPLATE=DEFAULT&CTIME=2013-09-20-05-55-34 ?
     
     
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    Welcome back, Joe!
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    Re:Chile? 2013/09/20 10:44:51 (permalink)
    My daughter lives in Santiago, and her boyfriend visited us here in the US for a month, this past June.

    The food in Chile is awful. Although Argentina is right next, Chile doesn't import a lot of beef. Chilean cows are raised on mountains, and the meat is tough and stringy. You are more likely to see it served in "fine" restaurants as ropas viejas rather than as steak.

    A typical meal in a Chilean household is hot dogs cut up in buttered spaghetti. Chileans eat a LOT of hot dogs. Chile has a rate of obesity rivaling that of the US.

    And those "fine" restaurants... an Applebee's would be a dress-up dinner, a night out. Chili's, TGIF... tops. Olive Garden and Red Lobster are cream of the crop.

    Felipe was blown away by our choices here in the US. On the way home from the airport we stopped at a Chili's for lunch, because it was closest and he hadn't eaten since the day before, and he thought we were taking him somewhere special. A month later, after Roadfood places, Old Forge Philadelphia and New Jersey Italian, a couple high end steakhouses and home cooked grilling and barbeque, he wasn't sure he could go home!

    (What he DID take home was a bag of my dry rub mix and the recipe for ribs and pulled pork, the indirect low and slow method.)
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    Re:Chile? 2013/09/20 11:31:08 (permalink)
    CajunKing, Thanks buddy!
     
    MetroplexJim, What a proud moment for Tom/Chewy/Chubby.  I will probably stop at Chubby's next month, I am sure Tom will fill me in on the details.  Thanks for the welcome!
     
    Do you think MH is going to get mad at us for derailing his thread? 
     
     
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    Re:Chile? 2013/09/20 12:39:28 (permalink)
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    A shortened version of "chile con carne", perhaps?


    Actually, I think SC ended it with the first post.
     
    "You say potatoe, I say potato ... "
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