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Old 06-13-2011, 01:44 PM   #1
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Smoked Brisket Chili ( W/Beans ) Pic Heavy.

hello everyone.

Today I've decided to just slow cook my chili in a slow cooker. This way we'll have great chili in 4 hours.


The star attraction, The 9th place brisket.


Cubed for easy eating.


Prepped the holy Trinity.


Used the brisket rub for flavor, starting the meat prep.


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Basic chili fixings, nothing too special.


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Now I will be slow cooking this chili for 4 hours.


"Yup I know the bean debate, but We love beans in our chili.

Thanks for looking...

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Old 06-13-2011, 01:47 PM   #2
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Now I have to make this...but, I need you to send me a smoked brisket.
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Old 06-13-2011, 01:51 PM   #3
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Now I have to make this...but, I need you to send me a smoked brisket.
If I could find out the safest way to do that, I would Fiona,

I have 3 bay leafs in there floating around for added flavor.
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If I could find out the safest way to do that, I would Fiona,

I have 3 bay leafs in there floating around for added flavor.
If you figure it out, let me know. I owe Frank a cherry pie, shipped to Maryland.

Your chili looks divine! And I love beans in the chili.
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Lookin' good.
Do you use chili seasoning?
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If you figure it out, let me know. I owe Frank a cherry pie, shipped to Maryland.

Your chili looks divine! And I love beans in the chili.

White glove service is the best.

The chili looks nice, though I am in the no beans in my chili camp (don't like it that way). I do make beans to go with for those that wish to have em though.
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If you figure it out, let me know. I owe Frank a cherry pie, shipped to Maryland.

Your chili looks divine! And I love beans in the chili.
Thank you Fiona, I hear you I don't mind beans in my chili. However They can stay out for that matter. "this time I wanted something different"

Cherry Pie, Ice Cream, And jack sounds good. :)

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Lookin' good.
Do you use chili seasoning?
I did, My brisket rub has the basic chili seasoning in it.

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White glove service is the best.

The chili looks nice, though I am in the no beans in my chili camp (don't like it that way). I do make beans to go with for those that wish to have em though.
I agree with Frank on this one Miss Fiona, Specially the food would tast better freshly cooked
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Thank you Fiona, I hear you I don't mind beans in my chili. However They can stay out for that matter. "this time I wanted something different"

Cherry Pie, Ice Cream, And jack sounds good. :)

I did, My brisket rub has the basic chili seasoning in it.

I agree with Frank on this one Miss Fiona, Specially the food would tast better freshly cooked
The pie would still be at least two days old...if I delivered it myself. I am in a land Far, Far Away.
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