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Old 05-05-2013, 08:39 AM   #31
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google 7 of 9.

sorry, a bit obscure.

welcome, nonetheless.
STV ran from 1995-2001. Maybe this person is too young to have seen the show. Makes you feel kinda old, doesn't it BT.
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Old 05-05-2013, 10:39 AM   #32
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I do a very lazy woman's chili. A can of Bush's Chili Magic mild, another one of Texas medium, a scant pound of fried up ground beef and maybe kick in a few shakes of a chili powder I picked up in southern VT. I think that's pretty much it. Sometimes Himself gets diced onion if I feel like it (hate cutting up onions!) and we always have cheddar cheese in the house so there's that. As sides I like to pop the local Westminster Oyster crackers in between spoonfuls of chili. A cold mug of beer goes well if I spice it up just a tad too much!
But was it South WESTERN Vermont?
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But was it South WESTERN Vermont?
IIRC it was Bennington. So yes, SW VT. Then again, could have been NW MA...my rememberer doesn't always remember spot-on sometimes.
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IIRC it was Bennington. So yes, SW VT. Then again, could have been NW MA...my rememberer doesn't always remember spot-on sometimes.
Ah! Then it is a true chili if you use South Western chili powder...
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Old 05-05-2013, 11:38 PM   #35
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STV ran from 1995-2001. Maybe this person is too young to have seen the show. Makes you feel kinda old, doesn't it BT.
damn straight. i even had the game on my pc.

but 7 of 9 can always assimilate me. even today.

i wouldn't resist.


and lol, pf. sw vermont? relativity and rationale are great things. i need rto go south of dixie for some good cornbread. somewhere just south of philadephia should do.
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damn straight. i even had the game on my pc.

but 7 of 9 can always assimilate me. even today.

i wouldn't resist.


and lol, pf. sw vermont? relativity and rationale are great things. i need rto go south of dixie for some good cornbread. somewhere just south of philadephia should do.
Cornbread and chilli. Natural mates. But I simply do not like southern cornbread. I want more flour and some sugar in my cornbread. Southern cb is like eating the cornmeal right out of the container it came in. Too gritty for me.
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i must have a bit of southerner in me as i like driving fast while making left turns, , and both kinds of cornbread.

with dinnerd - especially chili, i like savory cornbread, even spicy hot with jalapenos. the two go hand in hand.

but by itself, gimme sweet, less granular cornbread with sweet butter and honey.
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i must have a bit of southerner in me as i like driving fast while making left turns, , and both kinds of cornbread.

with dinnerd - especially chili, i like savory cornbread, even spicy hot with jalapenos. the two go hand in hand.

but by itself, gimme sweet, less granular cornbread with sweet butter and honey.
I like the recipe that adds the Rotel and creamed corn to the cornbread. Really moist and a lot of flavor of the SW. At least for me. I had it a couple of times and saw the recipe once, but didn't think to make a copy. Dang!
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man, that sounds good.
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man, that sounds good.
This is the closest I have seen to what I had.

Mexican Cornbread II Recipe - Allrecipes.com

She used the Rotel chillies. I remember her telling me that she drained it and used some of the liquid in place of the milk. And like any good New Englander, she put some sugar in it.
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