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Lost Chili Recipe


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Hey guys:

I don't know if this is the correct place for this posting but I'm desperate and looking for a chili recipe. My wife made it about 3 years ago. All I remember was that it had the following characteristics:

1. Pork AND stew beef (I think 1.5 lb of each)

2. Three types of beans

3. Cooked in a slow cooker (crock pot)

This recipe was printed from an online site. I’m certain it had the other chili basic ingredients. I cannot find that recipe anywhere. Can somebody help me?

Thanks, Dave

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Hey guys:

I don't know if this is the correct place for this posting but I'm desperate and looking for a chili recipe.  My wife made it about 3 years ago. All I remember was that it had the following characteristics:

1. Pork AND stew beef (I think 1.5 lb of each)

2. Three types of beans

3. Cooked in a slow cooker (crock pot)

This recipe was printed from an online site.  I’m certain it had the other chili basic ingredients.  I cannot find that recipe anywhere.  Can somebody help me?

Thanks, Dave

Would this be it?

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1. Pork AND stew beef (I think 1.5 lb of each)

2. Three types of beans

3. Cooked in a slow cooker (crock pot)

Dave, not to be glib, but I think about 3 million chile recipes match that description. :)

Chile is like Gumbo or Soon-Du-Boo ... everyone has their own best recipe.

"There's nothing like a pork belly to steady the nerves."

Fergus Henderson

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