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Old March 14th, 2011, 10:08 AM
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I am due to visit friends in the US of A next week and this is bound to come up..... again.

On my side of the pond, we often serve chilli with boiled rice or possibly a jacket potato. We use a knife and fork when eating the meal - never a spoon!

How do you serve it and what cutlery do you use?

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mmmmmmm, chili!

We eat it with a spoon.

I eat it using tortilla chips to scoop it up (I'll use the spoon to scoop onto the chips)

The kids eat with broken tortilla chips on top.

DH eats his with a spoon and a buttered roll on the side.
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Here is it served in a bowl and eaten with a spoon. You can have it with the kidney beans or without, I like it with....
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Annie:

You will never see it served like that on this side of the pond. It will be served in a bowl or topping a hot dog.

Chili is often topped with tortilla chips or corn chips. It can also be topped with cheese or sour cream. Most often it is served without toppings.

Chili is different in different parts of the country. In some areas it will contain beans and other areas it will not have beans. It can also be mouth burning hot to tangy and mild.

Regardless you will eat it with a spoon.

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Chili is great on a hot dog or over french fries. I do also like it in a bowl on a potato or over rice. Chili is great that way. The secert to my chili is I use cubed chuck steak and add some liquid smoke to the meat. People think I smoked the meat prior to cooking. I also start with a roux so I have a thicker chili.
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chilli is not really big in New Orleans..now ask me how to eat crawfish or redbeans and I can contribute;-)
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I make mine with black beans. I sometimes add chick peas and/or cannelini beans; depending on my mood.

I also love corn in my chili; but DH hates it, so I end up stirring it in at the end in my bowl (but its not the same).

After mine has been stewig in the crock pot for 10 hours; I stir in about a 3 cups of grated chedder cheese until its all melted.
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As I love spicy food, I consider myself very lucky to have been working in the States on two occassions & been invited to local Chili Fests, one in Cook County, IL the other in Delray Beach FL. and was amazed by the variety of great chilis at both.

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I love cheese on top of my chili. From now on, I'm going to put it into the chili.......and lots of it too!

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We eat chili in a bowl with a spoon, too. I make mine with ground beef and I add chili beans.

I like to top mine with chopped raw onion and shredded cheese.

We also eat it with saltine crackers, either on the side or broken up on top.

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We eat chili in a bowl with a spoon, too. I make mine with ground beef and I add chili beans.

I like to top mine with chopped raw onion and shredded cheese.

We also eat it with saltine crackers, either on the side or broken up on top.

Have a great visit :-D,
Thanks Fern and everyone.

Now what spices do you add to the ground beef?

Queen of Oakville - you have chilli in the crock pot for 10 hours?

When I make a large batch - I freeze it. Like curry it improves in the freezer.

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Just FYI "carne" means MEAT

The best chili has beef - and usually something like tri-tip or flank steak - slowly cooked so it is flaky tender. A lot of chili gourmets will not eat it with beans.

And yes - you eat it with a spoon. :-D
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Chili con carne has been the state dish of Texas since forever, but officially since 1977. (It is not chicken fried steak although it would be very close IMHO)

Here it is referred to as a 'bowl of red' or Texas red.

Purest say no beans although I'm sure the trail cooks in the chuck wagons added beans on occasion to stretch the dish.

Bowl--spoon
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Thanks to this thread and the seed it planted in my brain I talked Betty into making chili this afternoon. A big old pot of venison chili and I have to say it was pretty good. I do like chili with beans and top it with sour cream.

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There are many definitions of chile, or chili, and everybody's got their way of making it. As to how you eat it, maybe the best method is simply to watch what your host or hostess does.

Our chilli seems to be quite different than what I've read here. We eat it differently, too.

It is served on a plate, eaten with a fork. The chili can be accompanied by a hot buttered tortilla. Or, ladle a helping of chili on to a hot tortilla with a pat of butter and a dollop of sour cream.

If anybody wants the recipe, let me know.

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I like it with pinto beans served over rice and we eat it with a fork.

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In a bowl.
With beans.
With a spoon.
Sometimes with shredded cheese on top.

Sometimes you will find it offered on top of Fritos corn chips.
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I think there's an unlimited number of ways to make / eat chili--all the above are just a few. Some folks also put spaghetti in their chili so about any way you wanted to eat it would be fine.
There's so many different recipes its hard to say what's best and what's not. Some think it's not chili unless it's so spicy it'll burn a hole in the bowl, some like it mild, etc. Just go with the flow--no right or wrong way.
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I think there's an unlimited number of ways to make / eat chili--all the above are just a few. Some folks also put spaghetti in their chili so about any way you wanted to eat it would be fine.
There's so many different recipes its hard to say what's best and what's not. Some think it's not chili unless it's so spicy it'll burn a hole in the bowl, some like it mild, etc. Just go with the flow--no right or wrong way.

Spaghetti in the chili is a Cincinnati abberation
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I would like your recipe.

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In the deep country where we do not have access to restaurants we have dishes that lend themselves to little neighborhood gatherings to share a meal. A fish fry or burgers in summer and Gumbo or Chili in fall & winter are the most common. I'm very well known for the chili (and my annual Bevo stew party in October) dinners in my area.

My base ingredients are: 2lbs. fresh fine ground beef, 2 lbs.course ground beef, (here in Texas all grocery stores have a chili ground meat) 1 lb of ground sage sausage. Chili powder (lots), Red beans, Pinto beans, Onions, Poblano peppers, Salt & a few other spices, Cayenne (hot) pepper to taste. Add Masa flour to thicken. I have a couple of secret ingredients too. If your wooden spoon doesn't stand up in the middle of the pot it is not thick enough.

Keys: Cook meat, onions, peppers (separately) in cast iron skillet before adding to chili pot. Wash the meat after cooking. Start a roux with liquids (tomato & water) and spices in chili pot before adding cooked items.

Tortilla chips on the side or in the bowl, cheese on top of your bowl is fine if you want.
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My team won a chili cooking contest (third place taste, first place showmanship) back in the early 80's in North Texas. The Chili was called Dead Cat Chili . We knew we had a great recipe but needed the showmanship angle. One of our team liked antiquing and found a batty old ladies taxidermist stuffed cat. We named him Fluffy and hung him by his tail over the cookpot. When the judges asked it was really "Dead Cat Chili" we solemnly pulled a skeleton (cleaned and bleached possum skeleton - don't ask. ) out of the pot. I lost the recipe in time but it was quite like Snoozeman's.
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I love cheese on top of my chili. From now on, I'm going to put it into the chili.......and lots of it too!


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Thanks Fern and everyone.

Now what spices do you add to the ground beef?

Queen of Oakville - you have chilli in the crock pot for 10 hours?

When I make a large batch - I freeze it. Like curry it improves in the freezer.

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Annie - yes 10 hours on low setting. I just cook my ground beef (ground sirloin) in a saute pan, and then drain the fat, and put the beef in the slow cooker. [I often pre-cook and freeze the cooked ground beef, so a pot of chili or spaghetti sauce is easily done in the slow cooker!]. Then I add raw diced onion and garlic and peppers (1 green, 1 red). I add canned tomatoes and canned tomato paste. I add some beef boulion, water, sugar, salt, and spices and the canned beans. For spices, I use black pepper, oregano, cumin, chili powder. I start the crock pot and stir periodically throughout the day. At the end of the day, I check for seasoning and then stir in the grated cheese.
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We were talking about this with some folks on the shuttle from the pier to Trunk Bay.
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I eat mine with beer!

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Here it is referred to as a 'bowl of red' or Texas red.

Purest say no beans although I'm sure the trail cooks in the chuck wagons added beans on occasion to stretch the dish.

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