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Friday, October 19, 2007

Mmmm

Chili Hot beans... it's what's for breakfast! This is what I started making around 2 am when I realized I wasn't going to sleep any time soon.

Based on my friend Jon's 20-Hour Bean recipe, it features Hormel Chili, Bush's Boston-recipe Beans, turkey sausage, three slices of bacon, half an onion, one habanero pepper, and assorted spices. Cooked for only 4 hours. I don't have Jon's patience.

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  • At 5:20 PM, Anonymous USCitizen said…

    Mmmm ... chili.

    Some sites have warnings that chili discussions are often the most contentious on the web, sometime erupting into all-out non-niceties.

    Your recipe sounds great.

    I ordered chili at some famous place in Cincinnatti and I thought I had been served with a bowl that had not been washed. Underneath the chili was a layer of rice!

    I sent it back and the waiter explained that they did that on purpose!

    What's up with that?

     
  • At 5:35 PM, Blogger Cowboy Blob said…

    It don't call it Chili, because that ticks off some purists (because of the bean content). Got some in the freezer for next week too!

     
  • At 6:15 PM, Blogger BobG said…

    Sounds good; I like scrambled eggs with chili on the side for breakfast.

     
  • At 7:24 PM, Blogger skywriter said…

    I'm impatient. Recipe. . NOW.
    :-)

    Looks like my submariner brothers bean concoction that has among other things in it, several bratwurst and a bottle of tequila.

    Somehow I don't think he ate that on the Seawolf or the Halibut.

     
  • At 8:30 AM, Anonymous Jon said…

    Jon's Twenty-Hour Beans.

    Three large cans (not the soup-sized ones) of Bush's Spicey Beans.

    Pile (around a pound) of diced/cubed ham.

    One package of good bacon (center cut).

    Three pinches of italian spice.

    Rum.

    Sometime in the evening around 9 -10 PM, grab crockpot ,place on favorite cooking spot and turn crockpot to low setting. Pour in one can of beans. Add 1/3 of the bacon and ham, splash some rum on it and throw in a pinch of spice.

    Repeat above procedure two more times.

    When you wake up in the morning, stir the contents of crockpot and admire the wonderful aroma. Peer impatiently at crockpot for another 4-5 hours and then stir the contents again. Peer impatiently at crockpot for a few more hours, stiring contents if it makes you feel better. Serve Twenty-Hour Beans around 5-6 PM to impatient, hungry guests and family. In the case of confirmed bachelors who are fixing them for themselves, be prepared to feed off beans for a week. Ensure all ignition sources in house are extinguished to prevent methane explosions.

     

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