1. What is in a "bowl" of chili? Does it have the "sauce"? Is it just "chili meat" and "sauce"?
Every time I've ordered the chili by itself or as a side, there was no “special sauce” or “chili beef.” It was just a serving of their canned chili with beans (diluted with water), although the canned product does contain some beef – but not a lot! 2. How are the portions of pasta, "chili meat", and "sauce" different in a "chili mac", "chili mac supreme", and a "chili 3 or 5 way".
I’m stumped on this one. I’ll have to defer to Amy or an S-N-S employee. However, I can tell you the servings aren’t as generous as a growing boy would like. 3. Does SnS make the "chili" or Chili meat" or "sauce fresh or do the start w/ a can and add to it?
The chili is canned. The chili beef
and special sauce
, to the best of my knowledge, are made in the store. 4. If you order a bowl w/ beans it comes from a can. Do they add beans or are they already in there?
The beans, to the dismay of most Texans, are already in the can. 5. If you order a bowl w/ no beans is that also from a can?
If you order a bowl with no beans, you’ll have to pick the beans out yourself! It ain't served beanless. 6. Is there any canned product on the pasta dishes?
They use their canned chili for the pasta dishes, the same chili they sell by the cup/bowl. 7. Is there any "chili meat' in a "bowl" of chili?
Their chili contains beef and beans already, but there is none of the “chili beef” topping that they add to the spaghetti dish. However, I’m sure they’ll add anything for an extra charge.
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