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Old 11-27-2012, 12:42 AM
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Petro's and Sonic have made millions putting Fritos in chili. Maybe you should think before making judgments about people based on your own personal tastes.
Perhaps you need to lighten the heck up and not read into posts stuff that isn't there. I'm allowed to hate Fritos and think they are disgusting, and smell like feet. I'm allowed to think it is disgusting to put it in chili. And I don't give a flying fart about Sonic (also disgusting food) and whatever the heck Petro's is.

Take that nonsense someplace else Fred.
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Perhaps you need to lighten the heck up and not read into posts stuff that isn't there. I'm allowed to hate Fritos and think they are disgusting, and smell like feet. I'm allowed to think it is disgusting to put it in chili. And I don't give a flying fart about Sonic (also disgusting food) and whatever the heck Petro's is.

Take that nonsense someplace else Fred.
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Old 11-27-2012, 03:04 AM
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Perhaps you need to lighten the heck up and not read into posts stuff that isn't there. I'm allowed to hate Fritos and think they are disgusting, and smell like feet. I'm allowed to think it is disgusting to put it in chili. And I don't give a flying fart about Sonic (also disgusting food) and whatever the heck Petro's is.

Take that nonsense someplace else Fred.
Fred can be a "****".
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Old 11-27-2012, 03:07 AM
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Petro's and Sonic have made millions putting Fritos in chili. Maybe you should think before making judgments about people based on your own personal tastes.
Or maybe....you can stop being a D-I-C-K.

Seriously Fred.......you are being an *******.

You need to cut back on that.
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Buttered Toast in Hot Chocolate...
HA! I actually tried that this morning......it was good! Thanks man!
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Old 11-27-2012, 02:30 PM
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Or maybe....you can stop being a D-I-C-K.

Seriously Fred.......you are being an *******.

You need to cut back on that.
It's Fred. It's what he does.
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Old 11-27-2012, 02:44 PM
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For a change of pace, I sometimes leave the beans out & use small chunks of potatoe.
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Old 11-27-2012, 02:55 PM
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For a change of pace, I sometimes leave the beans out & use small chunks of potatoe.
Is this Dan Quayle?
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Old 11-27-2012, 03:29 PM
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Somebody's got a case of the Monday's today.......
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I LOVE making chili. I only make Cincy style though. Not a huge fan of Texas style mainly bc of the beans. I'd like try the pb sandwich not sure it would taste the same in Cincy style? I do the grilled cheese in tomatoe soup, too. I only eat as much tomato soup as my gc soaks up, the rest goes down the drain.
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HA! I actually tried that this morning......it was good! Thanks man!
grew up eating that cheap and quick....
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I decided on making chili last night, so I went to the pantry and got the ingredients I needed. Once I got everything in the pot I realized that I didn't have any kidney beans. Thinking crap now what make it without the beans or try something different. I went back to the pantry and going through the cans of vegetables a can of whole kernel corn got my eye. Figured eh why not try it, if it don't work I got two dogs that will enjoy it.
Unfortunately for the dogs the chili turned out excellent! I think I am going to use corn from now on instead of kidney beans.

Anyone else ever try experiments that worked out?
Nice twist. I always use 50/50 ground beef and sausage in my chili. Cornbread is a must as well...I always put my chili over some hot cornbread. Also, I'm not a fan of kidneys so I use pintos......talk about your 4 alarm magic.... its always a fight for the leftovers.
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Cornbread is a must as well...I always put my chili over some hot cornbread.
Yep. Good eatin'.
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Old 11-28-2012, 02:42 PM
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Yep. Good eatin'.
My wife knows better than to make chili, and no corn bread, with no sugar, don't like corn-cake.
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