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Super Bowl Chili Anyone?

Posted by Caveman Cooking on February 3, 2011

2+2 Tequila Chili
I know what you’re saying. “Hey! Cave!! What’s the deal?!? You haven’t posted anything since last year!!!”. Well, a) It’s only been a month since last year, and b) you’re right!
BTW, can you believe January 2011 is already gone??? Impossible, right?!?
But, I digress. I promise to get back on the horse. Right now! In fact, I have two new recipes I will post up in the next few days. However, before we get to something new, we have to resurrect an old favorite in honor of the impending Super Sunday (one of the few silver linings I find in January’s demise). And, what Super Bowl gathering is truly complete without some award winning homemade chili? The question is rhetorical, of course, since the answer is unquestionably obvious.
So, we’d be remiss if we didn’t offer up this reminder of what our 2+2 Tequila Chili is all about. According to most, it’s all about the “yummmmmmmmmmmm!”. If you like two kinds of meat; plump beans; sauteed onions; and a multitude of seasonings, sauces, and herbs combining to make a flavor explosion in your mouth, then you are likely to agree. It’s easy to make, and even better the next day. Allowing you to make it ahead of time and enjoy more of the big game festivities, rather than be enslaved to the kitchen when the big play (or killer commercial) is on the screen. Besides, don’t you want your Super Meal to look something like this:
2+2 Tequila Chili

‘Nuff said? 😉 ENJOY!!

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6 Responses to “Super Bowl Chili Anyone?”

  1. City Share said

    Tequila! Fascinating – Is it to help tenderize the meat or just add a kick? Either way it looks good.

    • It definitely adds a flavor boost. I suppose it also helps break down the proteins in the meat a bit. But, it’s the long slow cooking that really tenderizes and flavorizes the beef.

  2. Chris said

    Beans belong in chili! Sorry Texas.

  3. briarrose said

    Great Super Bowl food. This looks fantastic.

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