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Wolf brand chili Thu, 06/30/05 11:59 AM (permalink)
You'all should read the label on Wolf chili YUUUKK!!!!I don't eat hearts! For some good recipies co to [url][/url]

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    RE: Wolf brand chili Thu, 06/30/05 1:43 PM (permalink)
    Got to use that leftover meat for something. They probably figure nobody would notice it ground up in chili.

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      RE: Wolf brand chili Thu, 06/30/05 2:06 PM (permalink)
      For some reason, I think I spotted "heart" on another brand as well....scary stuff indeed! As the "Frugal Gourmet" once said...."the canned chili industry (good Lord, only in America)..sold over $$$$$$ worth of canned chili last year." Indeed!

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        RE: Wolf brand chili Thu, 06/30/05 6:00 PM (permalink)
        If ya dont eat hearts, stay away from Detroit! Alot of the places use it in their chili sauce... (Including Lafayette and American)..
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          RE: Wolf brand chili Mon, 07/11/05 4:15 PM (permalink)
          LOL, well, in most cases it can't be as bad as what's going into the hot dog you're putting it on! ;-)

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            RE: Wolf brand chili Mon, 07/11/05 9:29 PM (permalink)
            So what's wrong with hearts? I remember going to Diet Center in the late 80s, and one of their suggestions for non-fattening dishes was chili made with nothing BUT beef heart. I made some, and it was pretty tasty.

            Of course, I guess if you've been living on boiled eggs and wasa crackers, just about anything would taste good.
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