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59 minutes ago, Erifnogard said:

I’ll eat chili with or without beans but draw the line at eating it without some Tabasco. 

For the record:

Cholula Sauce is my Go-To.

GEM

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31 minutes ago, WhiteWulfe said:

It's kind of like Frank's Red Hot, or that other popular one with the chicken on the bottle...  Just adds that bit of kick and extra flavour... ^_^

Sacrilege!! That's what peppers and spices are for!!!

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55 minutes ago, Erifnogard said:

I’ll eat chili with or without beans but draw the line at eating it without some Tabasco. 

I've put Tabasco and/or Cholula on many, many food stuffs, but it never occurred to me to put it in chili.

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14 minutes ago, strawhat said:

I've put Tabasco and/or Cholula on many, many food stuffs, but it never occurred to me to put it in chili.

Heh.  I put Tabasco on many things.  Heck, I put it on salad.

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24 minutes ago, eldamir said:

Sacrilege!! That's what peppers and spices are for!!!

 

Team peppers and spices, high five! 

 

My mom and brother love their Cholula sauce. I never got into the drippy vinegar pepper sauces. If I want vinegar, I'll use vinegar. If I want pepper, I'll use pepper. 

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1 hour ago, TGP said:

 

With beans on the side... <_< ??

 

1 hour ago, Crowley said:

And thus did the Great Chill War begin...

 

I'll eat my food the way someone else thinks it should be made just as soon as they pay for the ingredients and make it for me.

War averted.

Bonus: I can now add diplomat to my resume.:winkthumbs:

 

1 hour ago, TheAuldGrump said:

I am in the 'it's food and it tastes good' camp of chili appreciation.

This.

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In other news,  after wanting a set of Sej wands (game in CJ Cherryh's Serpents Reach novel) for years it finally occurred to me that 3D printers exist now and Shapeways will print things like dice. It's called 'Star & Rocket Sphericon d4' if anyone else happens to need some.

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4 minutes ago, Erifnogard said:

I think you'll find the venn diagram of veterans and people who eat a lot of Tabasco overlaps quite a bit.

Truth.

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15 minutes ago, Erifnogard said:

I think you'll find the venn diagram of veterans and people who eat a lot of Tabasco overlaps quite a bit.

I'm an outlier there.. Never got a taste for it, even with it on the table at every meal for 9+ years and in every mre *ever*

28 minutes ago, Cyradis said:

Team peppers and spices, high five! 

We need a 'high five' like button!

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Umm...this news article says they measured waves up to 83 feet in the hurricane today.  That’s not a storm, that’s an apocalypse. 

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55 minutes ago, eldamir said:

Sacrilege!! That's what peppers and spices are for!!!

Tabasco and Red Hot are peppers and spices.... <_<

 

Just a different form.

 

The Auld Grump - there used to be a local hot sauce that was made by a company that was owned and operated by teenage girls. I think it folded when they headed off for college.

 

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16 hours ago, Morihalda said:

I have to make the distinction when I make chili - as I make both major kinds.

My preferred chili is literally just meat, spices, and happiness.

I add beans and other weird things to my northern chili.

 

I love all kinds of food and I want to try them all, but goodness gracious am I glad to be born into the world of Tex-Mex right off the bat. :wub:

I /really/ miss good Tex-Mex. I haven't found anywhere around here that does it right. There are decent places but nothing great. :down:

 

As for beans in chili it's a no go for me. I just don't like beans.

 

On a different note, my doggo:

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He likes to watch you go up those stairs and look like he's going to come after you. I'm not sure he could get back down if he did go up them. He also thinks he's a lap dog.

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i miss Tex-Mex. LIving where i am now, it's really hard to find =( all this authentic mexican food around 

 

and apparently queso melted cheese for dipping chips in / nachos is unheard of here, not a single mexican restaurant will offer melted cheese dipping

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2 minutes ago, Sirithiliel said:

i miss Tex-Mex. LIving where i am now, it's really hard to find =( all this authentic mexican food around 

 

and apparently queso melted cheese for dipping chips in / nachos is unheard of here, not a single mexican restaurant will offer melted cheese dipping

We at least have a couple places that offer queso but it's still not quite the same.

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