Texas Red

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Big_g
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2006/12/19 20:18:00 (permalink)

Texas Red

Seeing Mikes photo's made me do it.....

It starts with Meat

some spice

some veggies

and TADA you gets this

Now to make some jalapeno cornbread and get serious
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    tiki
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    RE: Texas Red 2006/12/19 21:10:29 (permalink)
    I'll be over in an hour!
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    Adjudicator
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    RE: Texas Red 2006/12/19 21:17:57 (permalink)
    OOPs. Saw the ROTEL in the pic. Hidin' ingredients from us, huh???
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    Big_g
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    RE: Texas Red 2006/12/19 21:34:31 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Adjudicator

    OOPs. Saw the ROTEL in the pic. Hidin' ingredients from us, huh???

    No, no...just bad angle on the shot...can of rotel and a can of diced tomatoes were the two add ins. Oh yeah and about 8 hours on low......
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    CajunKing
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    RE: Texas Red 2006/12/20 11:55:40 (permalink)
    ahhhh dutch oven chili, the way it is supposed to be.

    Did ya save us any?
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    Big_g
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    RE: Texas Red 2006/12/20 21:34:24 (permalink)
    Our Pedro's tamale order came in today....got 1/2 that pot of chili in the cooler. I'm going to make a pot of pinto's, stuff and smoke some jalapeno's, shred some jack and cheddar and hurt myself :)I may even break down and have a cervasa or dos....and wish y'all were here to share.
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    MikeS.
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    RE: Texas Red 2006/12/23 01:22:03 (permalink)
    Big g, that looks great and just what my Texas Uncle used to make. I'd love to dish that chili over some rice and chow down

    What liquids did you have in the pot?

    MikeS.
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    MikeS.
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    RE: Texas Red 2006/12/23 01:23:33 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by MikeS.

    Big g, that looks great and just what my Texas Uncle used to make. I'd love to dish that chili over some rice and chow down

    What liquids did you have in the pot?

    Oh, and blame it on me will ya??? OK then.

    MikeS.
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    Big_g
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    RE: Texas Red 2006/12/23 10:48:07 (permalink)
    Mike,
    the only liquid was what was in the can of diced tomatoes, the can of rotels and a cup of coffee. More of a stew. Didn't mean to blame you...just following your lead :)
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    MikeS.
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    RE: Texas Red 2006/12/23 23:53:15 (permalink)
    Thanks Big g, nice work with the pics and the info.

    I bought 3 lbs of pork stew meat today, I'm gonna make a pot of chili with that. I'll let ya'all know how it comes out.

    MikeS.
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    Big_g
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    RE: Texas Red 2006/12/24 13:19:15 (permalink)
    Mike, I'll bet that turns out real tasty. Let us know.

    Momma likes her chili a little more on the soup side, so I think I'm going to do her one like the Steak and Shake style with ranch beans and some jalapeno's, and break out another dozen of those Pedros tamales.
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    roossy90
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    RE: Texas Red 2006/12/24 20:12:50 (permalink)
    I noticed the super size spice containers....
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    Michael Hoffman
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    RE: Texas Red 2006/12/24 22:55:42 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by roossy90

    I noticed the super size spice containers....


    I always buy them that size at a restaurant supply place. They're a great deal less expensive that the stuff available in supermarkets.
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    MikeS.
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    RE: Texas Red 2006/12/24 23:31:14 (permalink)
    I buy most of my spices at Costco in those large sizes. I have kept or bought normal sized bottles from the grocery store and refill these. The big bottle is then vacum sealed for storage. Works great, keeps the spice fresher.

    MikeS.
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    John A
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    RE: Texas Red 2006/12/25 08:00:55 (permalink)
    Looks great, I would like to spoon it over a bed of noodles.

    John
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    SavageSam
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    RE: Texas Red 2009/12/08 17:33:28 (permalink)
    Hi everyone! First post, bumpin this back to the front....Does anyone mix one pound of beef chunks with one pound of pork chunks or is that a no go idea?
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    UncleVic
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    RE: Texas Red 2009/12/08 17:58:36 (permalink)
    Welcome to Roadfood SavageSam! When it comes to chili, I don't really think there are any rules, other then having an end product everyone will drool over...

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