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Canned Chili

This is a discussion on Canned Chili within the Food, Health and Fitness Survival forums, part of the Survivalist, Prepper, Bushcrafter, Forest Rangers category; I do store it. I add it to my own beef... Tonight we're having a family birthday party and I thought I'd try two different ...

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    Canned Chili

    I do store it. I add it to my own beef... Tonight we're having a family birthday party and I thought I'd try two different types. One has the Hormel, the others got Stagg...

    The other additional ingredients are identical:

    -Beef
    -Sauteed Onions
    -Refried Beans
    -Chili Powder
    -Red Wine
    -Cornstarch

    We'll see what people like and I'll post back.

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    All this is done using for the purpose of rotating my food storage. This meal can be 100% made using shelf stable stuff.

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    Whoops, I posted the rice 2x's but in all fairness I did make two pots of it. Here's the bread

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    Annie, I'm so glad you take the time to post these vignettes. Many times I have come across something I'd like to post because it could be an eye-opener to members. For example, I just bought what appears to be your average flannel shirt, yet the inside pockets are big enough--with extra straps for support--to carry an SW revolver quite easily.

    I keep forgetting that food and tools are the corner stones to "survival." Thanks for your contribution!
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    Mmmmm. Hormel chili!!
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    I must admit, I have not had corporate canned chili in some time but for purposes of rotation that looks good! Especially the bread!

    we've never pressure canned our home-made chili, any suggestions?
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    Ok, chili question. Years ago I used to buy homemade pork chili from a mexican immigrant. The stuff was out-of-this-world good. Absolutely outstanding over scrambled eggs. Of course , he wouldn’t part with the recipe and he is long since dead and gone. (Killed in a bar fight). Any of you southerners have a secret recipe for pork chili?
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    @Chiefster23, without knowing it, you answered both of your questions.

    One, a Mexican immigrant stole a pig to make authentic south-of-the border chili. Ergo, the other Mexican, now realizing his prize pig was stolen, goes to slit the throat of the former illegal.

    This is why I carefully oil and polish my knife edges. Clearly a rusty knife kills both immigrants, and allows the southern actors from "Easy Rider" to market their newfound pork products...

    BTW, word to the wise. The chili is outstanding, just don't try to "sleep outstanding" in an open field near the locals. Unless Nancy Pelosi is now knee high in cotton, the south is still the south, that being about 1964. This is why modern bike tourists go to Florida riding in large groups...
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    I buy Hormel chili no beans for when I'm by myself for lunch rather than open up homemade. One time I bought store brand and liked it better, not as watery. I'll have to try stags. Some folks like a soupier chili. Of course that's chili just by itself, no doctoring.

    P.S. The bread looks to die for!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chiefster23 View Post
    Ok, chili question. Years ago I used to buy homemade pork chili from a mexican immigrant. The stuff was out-of-this-world good. Absolutely outstanding over scrambled eggs. Of course , he wouldn’t part with the recipe and he is long since dead and gone. (Killed in a bar fight). Any of you southerners have a secret recipe for pork chili?
    Now that is a tough question right there. Mexicans dont know anything about Chili since its a Texas thing. In fact they say there are restaurants in Mexico who advertise they have real Texas Chili. lol. Anyway...tell us what it tasted like..looked like what kinda chunks of stuff it had in it and we can clone it. Depending on what part of Mexico the Mexican was from. They all eat different depending on the State...how close to the Ocean etc. Thanks.

 

 
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