Trump’s got the beans to bring the heat.
But Texas chili (chil con carne) typically don’t.
I’ll go with the DJT version, gotta have the beans, preferably big brass ones.
Aside from the ongoing debate about whether chili should or should not have beans, here is one of the best tales about chili cook-off judging ever:
Having judged a chili contest, I agree with Judge #3 after the first few bites you can’t taste anything anyway, for those cooks who think it’s a heat contest rather than a flavor contest
Chili WITH beans on the Double D ranch? Let’s see where that goes…
(but I get the chili/beans/heat connection, good one!)
Agree with you and ULTRA-MAGA TOP DAWG JTC, but especially with LKB, no beans in Texas chili. You can, but then it’s stew. The definition of “Texas chili” means no beans! Lotsa heat, lotsa meat, that’s where the “brass” comes from, but sorry, no beans. My wife still puts them in her “version” of Texas chili and Told myself long ago, “just shut up…she wants beans in it”! Happy wife, happy life.
It is not unlikely at all that SpectreDC is sabotaging and/or poisoning (drip drip) the American food supply. At this point I’d have to say very likely.
Pick on episode 308 and listen to Mike Rowe’s hour plus interview with
I’ll take him over Trump. Hell, he’s Trump on ‘roids without the narcissism.
OK, I call BS here. No *real* Texan would even THINK of adding beans to chili. That’s blasphemy!
My native Texan grandpa was a chuckwagon cook. He put beans in every single pot of chili he ever made!!!! Why? Because it stretched the pot to feed more cowboys. The cowboys never, ever complained about beans in the chili.
You younger folks need to learn where that “no beans in chili” crap came from. It did NOT come from chuckwagon cooks or women trying to stretch a dollar. It came from the clowns who created chili cookoff competitions.
Just drop the crap, okay? A whole ton of native Texans do, indeed, stretch our meat dollars by putting beans in our chili. Your cookoff rules can pound sand.
I love Beans
I’m a Canuck and my wife is Texan so I’ve been taught the difference between Texan chili and Canuck chili. Beans is only part of that; Texas chili has no beans AND no tomato. The secret is the chili paste…
Beans in the chili is not a matter of honor.
It’s a matter of economy.
If your meat gets too expensive you need the beans as extender.
Take it from someone whose family had to scrape the bottom of the barrel.
Not to make light of your past family situation (mom, dad, three boys and everything we owned in a car from TN to FL in ’58 due to a strike at the fabric plants shifting production overseas), and married with a baby girl at 17 for wife and me, so yeah beans were our friends…
BUT…the line “If your “meat” gets too expensive you need the “beans” as extender” as it pertains to DJT, is just too funny to let slide… 🙂
Guys…the beans, and the heat, as pertains to PDJT, is a euphenism.
Ever seen “big brass ones” in your chili bowl? No?
I just hope he’s comin’ in hot tomorrow, and esp. tomorrow eve.
Besides, y’all keep talking about beans being economic filler, and they will find a way to turn them into unobtanium…like meat, eggs, milk, etc. etc.
Odd – so few these days trying to discredit Q ….
If you lived in the Frozen Tundra as I did for way too many years, you would dang glad to have any chili no matter what was in it during the usual five months of winter. Especially after being outside all day and it never got above zero F. or worse.
Amen and agreed!!
Minot, ND; Plattsburgh, NY; Camp Ethan Allen, VT! 30 Years on the Northern Tier!
Loring, Thule, NCMC (Cheyenne Mountain)
TX style beans on the side, everybody’s happy
You can pressure can that chili for later meals.
How many types of beans are in it?
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