The great chili con carne project.

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PapaJoe8
Sirloin
2006/11/02 14:37:07
Would you like to expand your knowledge and expetise about chili? First, read every chili thead here at roadfood. This may take a few days. Next, read the 12 pages known as "the great chili con carne project" at;

www.fiery-foods.com

It's easy to find the project from there.

Now you can say you are starting to learn a few things about chili.
Joe
Fieldthistle
Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: The great chili con carne project. 2006/11/03 06:30:58
Hello All,
PapaJoe8, you are the chili-man. Thanks for the link.
If I had the money, I'd pay all your expenses to come
to my house and make a pot of chili.
Take Care,
Fieldthistle
PapaJoe8
Sirloin
RE: The great chili con carne project. 2006/11/03 13:31:33
Thanks Field for the kind words! I am only a student of the art and history of chili making. There is always something new to learn, and so many ways to make a good pot of chili.
Joe
PapaJoe8
Sirloin
RE: The great chili con carne project. 2006/11/10 13:35:19
There are lots of web sites about chili but anouther one I think is real good is at;

www.chilicookoff.com

First time I read where he "i" in chili came from. A sign painter mispelled chile on a downtown Dallas chili parlor sign back in the 1914s or so. Folks liked it so it stuck, might be true? Do the "site map" at the bottom of the home page and there is allot of neat stuff.
Joe
PapaJoe8
Sirloin
RE: The great chili con carne project. 2006/11/10 15:18:54
The mispelling chili might have been at a chili parlor in springfield Il. Thers more than one story about that.
Joe