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    Re: WHAT'S COOKING?

    "PurplePackerEater" wrote:
    :tongue8: **Seeing that Football Games are associated with Food, and the Season is about to start, I think that we need a thread to complement that.**


    Today in MN it's cool out, overcast skies, and a little rainy. Well, I'm in the mood for Chili! But when I make it, it's so bland. I was wondering if any of you have any good recipes for me? I like it a little spicy, but I don't like it so hot my a** is buning! I would like it for Dinner tonight or tomarrow.

    I already looked in the "Tailgating Recipes" and didn't see anything. ANY suggestions??

    Also, add your favorite Game Day Dish, maybe Webby will add the good ones to the "Tailgating Recipes" :!:
    Here's my chili recipe:

    Put in a crock-pot:
    1 lb ground beef, browned & drained
    1 small onion, diced, saute'ed
    1-2 small hot peppers, diced, seeded, saute'ed (add the seeds for more spice, but remember it takes a bit of cooking time for the spice to kick in, so lay off on the hotsauce until you're ready to eat)
    1-2 cans of beans (I prefer kidney, but black ones work okay), drained
    1-2 tsp cumin....that's the 'chili taste'
    1-2 tsp cayenne pepper
    salt (to taste)
    garlic (either powder or diced, slightly saute'ed...DON"T BURN GARLIC, it tastes horrid if you do)
    Here's the key to the recipe, add Spicy V8 juice as your base, no tomato sauce or paste...

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    Re: WHAT'S COOKING?

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    "PurplePackerEater" wrote:
    :tongue8: **Seeing that Football Games are associated with Food, and the Season is about to start, I think that we need a thread to complement that.**


    Today in MN it's cool out, overcast skies, and a little rainy. Well, I'm in the mood for Chili! But when I make it, it's so bland. I was wondering if any of you have any good recipes for me? I like it a little spicy, but I don't like it so hot my a** is buning! I would like it for Dinner tonight or tomarrow.

    I already looked in the "Tailgating Recipes" and didn't see anything. ANY suggestions??

    Also, add your favorite Game Day Dish, maybe Webby will add the good ones to the "Tailgating Recipes" :!:
    Here's my chili recipe:

    Put in a crock-pot:
    1 lb ground beef, browned & drained
    1 small onion, diced, saute'ed
    1-2 small hot peppers, diced, seeded, saute'ed (add the seeds for more spice, but remember it takes a bit of cooking time for the spice to kick in, so lay off on the hotsauce until you're ready to eat)
    1-2 cans of beans (I prefer kidney, but black ones work okay), drained
    1-2 tsp cumin....that's the 'chili taste'
    1-2 tsp cayenne pepper
    salt (to taste)
    garlic (either powder or diced, slightly saute'ed...DON"T BURN GARLIC, it tastes horrid if you do)
    Here's the key to the recipe, add Spicy V8 juice as your base, no tomato sauce or paste...
    Now this is what I'm talkin' 'bout.

    I did make some that night, it was really good, but yes, I will try this.

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    Re: WHAT'S COOKING?

    Gonna have to try that recipe myself on week 2 .... week one is my wings...

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    Re: WHAT'S COOKING?

    Week 2 it will still be too hot outside to eat chili IMO. Chili is more of a week 9 or 10 game time meal, but hey, do what you want!

    I get the most pissed off looks from people with my VKG 4 LFE Wisconsin license plate, and I LOVE IT!!

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    Re: WHAT'S COOKING?

    "mnjamie" wrote:
    Gonna have to try that recipe myself on week 2 .... week one is my wings...
    Do we get your wing secrets?

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    "southern_yankee" wrote:
    "mnjamie" wrote:
    Gonna have to try that recipe myself on week 2 .... week one is my wings...
    Do we get your wing secrets?
    Look above earlier in thread.

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    "mnjamie" wrote:
    "southern_yankee" wrote:
    "mnjamie" wrote:
    Gonna have to try that recipe myself on week 2 .... week one is my wings...
    Do we get your wing secrets?
    Look above earlier in thread.
    My bad...sorry.

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    Re: WHAT'S COOKING?

    "southern_yankee" wrote:
    "mnjamie" wrote:
    "southern_yankee" wrote:
    "mnjamie" wrote:
    Gonna have to try that recipe myself on week 2 .... week one is my wings...
    Do we get your wing secrets?
    Look above earlier in thread.
    My bad...sorry.
    No problem man .... the thing about them is the crock pot and letting them cook. But the secret is baking and/or broiling them to make them crispy... They Rock.

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    Re: WHAT'S COOKING?

    These are the WORLD'S best brownies. Be carefull, they are really rich though, so lots of milk on the side is highly recommended:

    Moms Double Chocolate, Carmel Kick A$$ Brownies:

    Step one:

    1 box German Chocolate cake mix
    1/3 cup evaporated milk
    3/4 cup butter - softened

    -- Mix above together. Spread 1/2 of mixture into greased and lightly floured 9"x13" cake pan. Bake @ 350 for 12 minutes.

    Step two:

    While above is baking, melt 20oz. of bakers carmel & 1/3 cup evaporated milk. (on the stove top, stir entire time to make sure not to burn)

    Step three:

    Spread carmel mixture onto baked cake mixture (while still hot).
    Add 12 oz. chocolate chips
    Top with remaining cake mixture.
    -- Spread carefully to make sure not to mix top cake mixture with carmel mixture below it.

    Step four:

    Bake additional 15 minutes.

    Step five:

    Cool completely before cutting and ENJOY !!!! (with lots of milk)

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    Re: WHAT'S COOKING?

    "mnjamie" wrote:
    These are the WORLD'S best brownies. Be carefull, they are really rich though, so lots of milk on the side is highly recommended:

    Moms Double Chocolate, Carmel Kick A$$ Brownies:

    Step one:

    1 box German Chocolate cake mix
    1/3 cup evaporated milk
    3/4 cup butter - softened

    -- Mix above together. Spread 1/2 of mixture into greased and lightly floured 9"x13" cake pan. Bake @ 350 for 12 minutes.

    Step two:

    While above is baking, melt 20oz. of bakers carmel & 1/3 cup evaporated milk. (on the stove top, stir entire time to make sure not to burn)

    Step three:

    Spread carmel mixture onto baked cake mixture (while still hot).
    Add 12 oz. chocolate chips
    Top with remaining cake mixture.
    -- Spread carefully to make sure not to mix top cake mixture with carmel mixture below it.

    Step four:

    Bake additional 15 minutes.

    Step five:

    Cool completely before cutting and ENJOY !!!! (with lots of milk)
    Great Post. However, I was a little confused by the recipe :scratch: ...at what point do I add the "special ingrediants"? :razz:

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