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mar52

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  • Location: Marina del Rey, CA
Re:Chili In Los Angeles Thu, 10/6/11 12:49 AM (permalink)
Yes, Chili My Soul closed some time ago.
 
Now you can go here:
 
http://tubschili.com/menu
 
or
 
Chili Addiction as mentioned in the post above.
 
We had dinner at Chili Addiction with Chris and Amy and we found it very good.
 
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    Pea

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    • Joined: 10/5/2011
    • Location: Los Angeles, CA
    Re:Chili In Los Angeles Sat, 10/8/11 2:17 AM (permalink)
    For me it's Chili John;s or Beeps (not exclusively chili but good) or for chili dogs Fat Burger, way better than Pinks.
     
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      BackRhodes

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      • Location: Mendocino County, CA
      Re:Chili In Los Angeles Thu, 10/13/11 11:33 PM (permalink)
      was he sick of eatin' his own food...??? 
       
      I disagree with MiamiDon about "Because this is Roadfood.com and it is about restaurants"....
       
      Perhaps that's it's primary slant, but not 100%...there are a few "cook-it-yerself" & "What's for dinner tonight" threads...which are quite active...
       
      By all means, cook yer own if'n you want...we need to eat several times a day, and if you can't FIND what you want, then "Cook It Yerself"  IS a valid approach, and I think exchanging info about what we cook is just as important as a restaurant review...A restaurant being reviewed might be 3,000 away from me (and not relevent) , yet the ingredients to cook at home are as close as the nearest supermarket...
       
      I agree about ChiliBoy needing paragraph breaks...it would be much more "readable"... (he made only 2 posts 6 years ago...so he's long gone)...
       
      I also agree that chili started out as a minimalist type chuck wagon food borrowed from the Mexicans...
       
      I'm not a big fan of lots of tomatoes in chili...and I think I'd enjoy tasting Mar52's chili...no beans, no tomatoes, just the basics...
       
      Chili IS a very subjective food...you might not like mine, and I might not like yours, but we each like our own (mission accomplished)...
      <message edited by BackRhodes on Thu, 10/13/11 11:35 PM>
       
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