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The Pub / Haiti, Mass. Voters, and Much Love for the U.S.A.
« on: January 20, 2010, 01:55:29 AM »
I don't think I can post what I'm really feeling, but you get my drift. (I hope?)

Three weekends from the Superbowl In The Woods, sponsered by Loopy and his HD antenna! Wild redneck fun without the banjo music!

Just rambling... Too much Makers Mark I guess.


Post Script: For anyone out there who's interested, this company's selling full Alice packs for $30:

All Things Food / Re: Post your chili recipes
« on: January 05, 2010, 12:48:38 PM »
No offense to anybody but good, well made chile shouldn't need a thickening agent.  Rehydrate dried chiles, scrape the pulp and the chile will be plenty thick without having to make gravy.

Hehe.. No offense taken. Although isn't that like saying that you shouldn't need FMJ Hollowpoints in your gun or you shouldn't need Michelin tires for a smooth ride? It's all personal preference at this point. Whatever works for you, kinda thing.

I know someone who makes a non `gravy' chili yet before each bowl he'll crush a fistful of saltines over it and mix it in. IMHO, that seems like the same thing.

All Things Food / Re: Post your chili recipes
« on: January 05, 2010, 01:51:01 AM »
I have to give a big thumbs up to Loopy's chili recipe. It rocks the cazbah. :) It rates 3 1/2 stars but would get the full 4 if a hot chick served it to me then peeled my grapes afterwards.

Cap- I'm like you and usually thicken with Maseca <sp?> but I enjoy Loopy's `loose' chili just the same.


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