Taylor's 1904 Chili in Cans

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2005/06/25 10:07:13 (permalink)

Taylor's 1904 Chili in Cans

Last night I tried this chili for the first time. While not as hot as what I'm used to (but I bet the Habeanero is which I'll try another day), it had really good flavor and a nice warmth which stayed with you after.

It came in a great package and inside were two cans - the chili in one and the beans in another. These were the most incredible beans I've ever had. Hubby, who never eats beans, said the same thing. The chili is cooked to a fine sauce with a touch of tomato taste. We both had spaghetti, beans and the chili with fresh onions on top. Afterwards we were full but wanting more anyway.

If you don't mind that it's not real hot, I highly recommend it. And even if you aren't a bean person do give it a try at least once. They're online at http://www.taylorschili.com

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    RE: Taylor's 1904 Chili in Cans 2005/06/25 11:49:19 (permalink)
    Good suggestion. Thanks. I think I'll send for some.
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    RE: Taylor's 1904 Chili in Cans 2009/07/13 17:55:21 (permalink)
    Wow, I think you sold me.

    Are you sure you don't work for them? :>)
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    RE: Taylor's 1904 Chili in Cans 2009/07/13 18:28:13 (permalink)
    ChiliPep... I am a bit comfused. I see the regular chili, the habanero chili, a hot dog chili, and the butterbean soup mix (not in a can), but no mention of beans in a can. And... no mention of, or suggestion of, putting beans in their chili, even in the recipe section.

    Also, ChiliPep... did you put the beans in the chili or eat them seperatly??? Did you use the butterbean mix beans or is there a canned bean that I did not see? I do hope you did not put the butterbeans, made from their mix, in the chili.

    Hmmm????

    Oh, and "is which". What does this mean?

    Hey, this might be some good canned chili though?
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    RE: Taylor's 1904 Chili in Cans 2009/07/15 16:12:16 (permalink)
    PapaJoe8

    ChiliPep... I am a bit comfused. I see the regular chili, the habanero chili, a hot dog chili, and the butterbean soup mix (not in a can), but no mention of beans in a can. And... no mention of, or suggestion of, putting beans in their chili, even in the recipe section.
    Joe



    In 1904 Charles O. Taylor made this promise; "Only the finest ingredients will be used in any product with my name on it". We have kept his promise and use only 100% USDA Choice Sirloin Beef in our Gourmet Chili with Beans. After buying the finest spices available, we simmer them with the Sirloin in small batches and then pack this special sauce in a container separate from our premium red beans. This packaging method keeps the rich old fashioned flavor of the sauce and beans fresh and distinct. When served with unsalted crackers, you can really enjoy the original "Chili with Beans" that Mr. Taylor created in 1904.


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    PapaJoe8
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    RE: Taylor's 1904 Chili in Cans 2009/07/16 22:19:45 (permalink)
    Thanks Dr.! I must have missed the beans. I will look closer. Da...
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    RE: Taylor's 1904 Chili in Cans 2009/07/17 15:04:21 (permalink)
    After more careful look at the web site it looks like the beans come in a box as a mix, as do the butterbeans, and not in a can. You can order the hot dog sauce without beans but it looks like you must order the beans with the regular, or the Habanero chili. It sounds like you can order the butterbeans instead though.

    The web site is a bit confusing to me though. Does this sound right?
    Joe
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