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September 25, 2009



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That sounds good. I always wondered how to get a better texture to chili. Growing up, I refused to eat it for the same reasons. I eat it now, but I'm going to try this next time.


This recipe is brilliant! Who knew you could throw the meat in the crock pot without browning it first? I also intend to try the vodka pork roast, too. Thanks for some great and practical dinners!


Sue--Oh good! Glad I'm not the only one!

Jane--NOW we know! LOL! Let me know how you like the pork roast, okay?!


Actually had a dream about you after reading this post. I was driving through Missouri and stopped at a diner - where YOU served me this chili! It was delicious in the dream!


Denise--Love it and wish it were true!!!!!


Hi Glenna!
New yrs eve, our friends always make a "crock chilli"
brown the meat first etc all that hoo ha...I did the same as you, just chucked it all in & went to sleep lol...I like it with pineapple chunks in it too, have you tried that?

Jhann Murphy


This recipe looks so good. Without browning the beef before does the grease not taste in the chili? Just I tried it before without browning and the grease was unbearable?


Lesley--I've never heard of that before but it sounds good. I always put just a touch of brown sugar in my chili to tame the acid in the tomatoes and I love pineapple in everything! Thanks for the tip.

Jhann--You have to use very lean ground beef. Choose the leanest you can get and then the grease is not a problem at all because there's very little. I worried about that too but if you choose the right meat there's no problem.

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