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Eventually, I plan to construct the site so that people can rate and make comments on individual recipes, but until then you can submit feedback by e-mailing me. In case that link doesn’t work, you can reach me at: DanielleKITrecipes at gmail dot com. I list my e-mail address that way to prevent spam.

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2 responses to “Contact Us

  1. Barbie Carson

    October 22, 2011 at 12:35 am

    I hope its ok that I used a format from your aunts recipe and modified it to save frustration and time!

    Preparation Time: 30 minutes
    Cooking Time: 2-3 hours
    Serves 6-8
    Freeze any leftovers.

    •2 lbs (or more) ground chuck
    •1-2 large sweet onions
    •1 can of beer. (not light beer or lager) The cheaper the better
    •2 regular size cans dark red kidney beans inc. juice
    •1 can light red kidney beans inc. juice
    •1 large can petite diced tomatoes with their juice
    •2 envelopes of Frenches Original Chillo Mix
    •I large can, maybe 2 tomato paste
    •1 large can tomato sauce
    •Pepper to taste
    •Water if needed to thin it ( I like thick chilli)

    •In a large Dutch oven (this is a large pot), brown the ground chuck with the onions, stirring constantly until the meat is no longer pink.
    •Drain all of the fat from the mixture.
    •Add all the beans and their juice. (get it all now)
    •Add the beer! All of it! None for the cook! let it foam. (2 minutes at most)
    •Add the rest of the ingredients and bring the mixture to a full simmer.
    •Reduce heat to low or medium low, depending on how your stove cooks and cook for 2-3 hours. Stir occasionally, tasting frequently on a cracker just because you cant wait for it to be done.
    •Mixture is done when the meat is tender and and the texture of the sauce is thick.
    •salt if you must.
    •Serve with saltines and grated cheddar cheese.
    •The magic of the beer is working to take the “music” right out of the beans!!
    •Left overs freeze well.
    •Always freeze a little container full for chilli dogs later on. Just add a few shakes of Texas Pete Hot sauce to the mix!

    Barbie Carson

    • daniellethompson

      October 22, 2011 at 12:45 am

      Thank you so much Barbie! I will make this chilli very soon and add it to my site. It sounds delicious. I appreciate you sharing! 🙂


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