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    My chili recipe, a modern version of the one used at the Floral Heights Cafe in Wichita Falls, many years ago...

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    Funny, I just made the chili using the Brett Carter version on youtube. It came out great except I went a bit too strong on the chipoltle peppers in the can. Too intense for my kids and wife so I had it all to myself! I'll give this one a try as well.

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    I see a SS cookbook in the making. The vernacular is unique and compelling.

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    Can't wait to make this!

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    I hope it's okay to bump a thread this old.

    I decided to make use of my quarantine time to try some new recipes and give your chili a go. I made it yesterday morning, tasted it in the evening and was not completely convinced. I fist thought it was because the ingredients (especially the pepper) available here in Paris (the one not in Texas) are likely a bit different from what can be found in north America. However, after a night rest it is now quite good and made a great breakfast.

    Thanks for sharing the recipe, I'm now wondering if anyone else had it cross the Atlantic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Balrog View Post
    I hope it's okay to bump a thread this old.

    I decided to make use of my quarantine time to try some new recipes and give your chili a go. I made it yesterday morning, tasted it in the evening and was not completely convinced. I fist thought it was because the ingredients (especially the pepper) available here in Paris (the one not in Texas) are likely a bit different from what can be found in north America. However, after a night rest it is now quite good and made a great breakfast.

    Thanks for sharing the recipe, I'm now wondering if anyone else had it cross the Atlantic.
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