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Old 12-31-2012, 07:32 AM   #511
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You can try... I'll just open a window and freeze your FL buttocks. Or have some chili first and lock all the windows and let 'em rip.
Below 72 degrees fahrenheit, I freeze, I want some chili... homemade right?

 
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Old 12-31-2012, 07:35 AM   #512
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Below 72 degrees fahrenheit, I freeze, I want some chili... homemade right?
It's 21F outside right now... As I mentioned earlier, the lowest it will be, this week, is 4F (at night). Won't get above 34F this week for a daytime high.

Of course the chili is home made. What type of heathen do you take me for? Don't answer that. I even grind the meat up myself for it. Soak the beans at least overnight too. No stupid seasoning packs used here (unlike my sister and brother-in-law ).
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Old 12-31-2012, 07:37 AM   #513
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Of course the chili is home made. What type of heathen do you take me for? Don't answer that. I even grind the meat up myself for it. Soak the beans at least overnight too. No stupid seasoning packs used here (unlike my sister and brother-in-law ).
Seasoning packs piss me off... can you pass me a bowl?

 
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Old 12-31-2012, 07:42 AM   #514
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Are we talking about chilli. Pass me a bowl too.

 
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Old 12-31-2012, 07:46 AM   #515
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I know something went over my head, but I'm not sure what... just gonna eat this bowl of homemade chili and be thankful...

 
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Old 12-31-2012, 07:47 AM   #516
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I'm sitting here in my home, it's wnter but I keep the temp low cause I like cool. I'm weariing socks, sweatpants and two shirts. Very snugy. Tonight will climb into my bed with a big warm comforter. Nice

 
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Old 12-31-2012, 07:52 AM   #517
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How cold can it be out in CA?? Seriously...

I don't have that much chili left from the previous batch. It is on my list of things to make though. I made turkey soup on Saturday from the xmas bird carcass. Next up is another batch of pasta sauce. Need to get that made this week too. IF I have the room in my freezer, I'll make a batch of chili too. Just need to be sure I can get the 4-5 kinds of hot peppers I use. At least 4-5 habanero's are used in the batch. A couple of jalapeno's, serrano peppers, and whatever else looks good. Few onions too. Both the sauce and chili have to be made in my 16 qt stainless pot. Everything else is too F'ing small. Eventually, I'm sure I'll be making batches too big for that too.
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Old 12-31-2012, 07:58 AM   #518
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How cold can it be out in CA?? Seriously...

I don't have that much chili left from the previous batch. It is on my list of things to make though. I made turkey soup on Saturday from the xmas bird carcass. Next up is another batch of pasta sauce. Need to get that made this week too. IF I have the room in my freezer, I'll make a batch of chili too. Just need to be sure I can get the 4-5 kinds of hot peppers I use. At least 4-5 habanero's are used in the batch. A couple of jalapeno's, serrano peppers, and whatever else looks good. Few onions too. Both the sauce and chili have to be made in my 16 qt stainless pot. Everything else is too F'ing small. Eventually, I'm sure I'll be making batches too big for that too.

I'm going to send you some peppers as soon as they start making again. Fungus got to them last season and I was unable to correct it, due to rain washing away my corrections. Had some great habaneros, jalapenos, bells, I could go on and on. **** fungus and their ruining effects.

 
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Old 12-31-2012, 07:59 AM   #519
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Let me know when you have some to send up... Not sure if I'll still be in NH, or if I'll be in Maine by then. Send them up and I'll send down some of what I use them in.
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Old 12-31-2012, 08:13 AM   #520
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Dang, this conversation is getting to be too normal....

 
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