Who makes the best chili here?

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    Give me your recipe. :)
     
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    Sorry what was this thread about again? :eusa_doh:
     
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    Now were I to do that and also think I make the best chili, I would no longer be able to make that claim, for with my recipe, you (others) could make the very same chili I do. LOL

    The reality is that for the most part, I make chili the same way "everyone" does, but I use one technique and a few ingredients that I have yet to find others use. Quite simply, I'm not sharing with you they are. LOL

    I will share that Gordon Ramsay's chilli recipe is the closest to mine that I've seen. The two differ in that I exchange certain of his ingredients for similar but different ones and I add some ingredients that do not appear in his. I've tried his recipe and it's "slammin' good," but I nonetheless prefer the flavor profile of mine just a tiny bit better and I prefer the added heat in my recipe.

    FWIW, I've "flexed" my recipe to use a variety of main proteins including: venison, boar, buffalo, ostrich, duck and goose, veal and alligator. Of the fowl, I like ground ostrich best, but there's nothing wrong with ground duck or goose.
     
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    I have several chili recipes, depending on my audience. I use both ground meat (whatever is available: moose, caribou, dall sheep, bear, goat, etc.) and stewed, shredded meat. Heat depends on whether my guests suffer heartburn, or not. Give me some hints...
     
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    My chili is the most consistent in the world!

    Easy to make too!

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    I'm guessing you have a taste for Alpo?
     
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    I can't lie...my chili sucks the cats ass.
     
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    I use lots of chili powder, garlic pressed, onions diced, peppers ground, can o' tomato sauce and can o' diced tomatoes(notice I pronounced it differently) (no spelling error so stay away from it or else)..I guess you'll need some meat, in a nice way...Add salt pepper if you please.....Sometimes grated cheese added and let it melt...Since I usually always make frito pie with it, topped with more hot peppers...
     
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    That hotdog sauce is a real explosive diarrhea inducer..
     
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