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Old 09-05-2013, 10:34 PM   #261
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ANYTIME I make a turkey, that leftover carcass goes straight into the 5 gallon with celery onions garlic carrots etc. and I get 4 gallons of PRIMO bird stock.

I do the exact same thing with leftover smoked turkey carcasses, with the addition of bay leaves and peppercorns. I cannot even begin to tell you how freaking AWESOME smoked turkey stock is when your wife makes chicken/turkey and dumplings from scratch with it. All I can say is - foodgasm.
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Old 09-06-2013, 12:09 AM   #262
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I do the exact same thing with leftover smoked turkey carcasses, with the addition of bay leaves and peppercorns. I cannot even begin to tell you how freaking AWESOME smoked turkey stock is when your wife makes chicken/turkey and dumplings from scratch with it. All I can say is - foodgasm.
Agreed! Those little yellow cubes and powders start to look surprisingly like a budweiser can next to the real deal.

I have done it with a BUNCH of leftover crab and shrimp shells also.

SF stock or Turkey stock takes my gumbo to another level!
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Old 09-06-2013, 12:23 AM   #263
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I like some beans, but not silly with beans.

I also much prefer real diced steak to hamburg in my chili. A good amount of adobo sauce and/or spanish smoked paprika too. And with cornbread!

And with a nice, refreshing light ale like a blonde or siason or american wheat.

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Old 09-06-2013, 11:05 AM   #264
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You like chili with a Blonde?

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You like chili with a Blonde?
Depends on the blonde.
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Here's a slight variation of TJ Cannon's TICC championship recipe that I have been using recently. Everyone loves it...

2lbs Ground Chuck
1 Can Beef Broth
1 Can Chicken Broth
1 Small Can Tomato Sauce
2 Serrano Peppers

1st Dump
2 tsp MB Onion Granules
¼ tsp MB Cayenne
2 tsp each Wyler’s Beef and Chicken Granules
¼ tsp Salt
1 ½ tsp MB Garlic Granules
1 T MB Cadillac Cowgirl Chili Powder
1 T MB Red Lion Competition Blend
2 tsp Dixon Medium Hot

2nd Dump
1 T MB Cumin
½ tsp MB Garlic Granules
1/8 tsp Gunpowder Foods Hot Stuff (available from Mild Bill’s)
1/8 tsp MB Cayenne
2 T MB Red Lion Competition Blend
1/8 tsp Brown Sugar
1 Package Sazon Goya (available from Mild Bill’s)

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In a 4qt pot, brown your meat; drain it and set it aside. Remove all grease from the pot and add all of the liquid. Poke holes in the serranos and add them to the pot. Bring the liquid and peppers to a boil; add your first dump of spices and meat. Boil on medium high for 25 minutes or until meat is tender and then turn off. Squeeze and discard peppers. Allow chili to rest for 30 minutes and then bring back to a boil, adding more liquid if needed. Add the second dump of spices and boil over medium heat for 20 minutes. Check for salt, heat and chili powder flavor; adjust if necessary. If you want to add fillers (beans, diced tomato, pasta, etc) cook separately and add to bowl with chili otherwise you'll screw up the blend flavors.

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Depends on the blonde.
Agreed. It's a rare blonde that goes well with chili.

I don't often eat chili.....but when I do, I prefer a brunette.



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And all this time people kept telling me that Blondes are more fun...

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And all this time people kept telling me that Blondes are more fun...
NO. Blondes have more fun.....because their standards for fun are incredibly low.
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NO. Blondes have more fun.....because their standards for fun are incredibly low.
Maybe they don't know any better...
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