favorite flavors and names

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hotduckie
Junior Burger
2004/06/01 20:02:12
I'm trying to do research for a company interested in creating a chili based product. I am specifically trying to find the
most popular/ appealing Chili names and flavors . Can you point me in the right direction? Tell me your favorite flavors and names... all responses will be truly appreciated.
hotduckie
Junior Burger
RE: favorite flavors and names 2004/06/01 20:07:07
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Originally posted by hotduckie

I'm trying to do research for a company interested in creating a chili based product. I am specifically trying to find the
most popular/ appealing Chili names and flavors . Can you point me in the right direction? Tell me your favorite flavors and names... all responses will be truly appreciated.
tiki
Filet Mignon
RE: favorite flavors and names 2004/06/15 15:23:06
Names? flavors?---not sure what your loking for---got any examples??
olphart
Cheeseburger
RE: favorite flavors and names 2004/06/23 19:55:13
I make chili-flavored chili. I call it "chili".
Cakes
Double Cheeseburger
RE: favorite flavors and names 2004/06/23 21:47:01
I make chili flavored chili with beans because I am not Texan. I call it chili. What do you call your chili? Fred? or maybe George?
olphart
Cheeseburger
RE: favorite flavors and names 2004/06/23 22:22:23
Do you use chili beans in your chili named "chili", Cakes?
emsmom
Double Cheeseburger
RE: favorite flavors and names 2004/06/24 08:36:21
When I make it for hot dogs and hamburgers, I call it chili.
Whenever I make it for a meal to eat with French Bread or crackers
I call it Chili Beans because I put beans in that Chili.

I remember growing up, one of my aunts used to make it with beans and call it chile con carne
Cakes
Double Cheeseburger
RE: favorite flavors and names 2004/06/24 09:58:13
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Originally posted by olphart

Do you use chili beans in your chili named "chili", Cakes?


Pintos
Cakes
Double Cheeseburger
RE: favorite flavors and names 2004/06/24 10:00:42
Actually my chili has a name. Leslie Holdstein's chili. Catchy isn't it.