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ProjectP2294
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Now Boss, if I were to suggest you drop a Hershey bar in that pot, would you fly off the handle, get your pantaies in a wad, an' start raisin' hell with me?


I think anyone would be a little upset if you suggested they shite in their chili.






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Ole Geauxt
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Where do you live?
I live 20 minutes from balls,,, should I also dice my onions finer?






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LSUballs
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Now Boss, if I were to suggest you drop a Hershey bar in that pot, would you fly off the handle, get your pantaies in a wad, an' start raisin' hell with me?




Nope. I even though about it while I was making it. But our chocolate bar supply is akin to our saltine supply. The best I could come up with was a couple of Kit-Kats and some Reece pieces. Next time






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ProjectP2294
And your recipe is what, champ?






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maybe a game camera picture from the week before





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The best I could come up with was a couple of Kit-Kats and some Reece pieces. Next time
Good call.






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ProjectP2294
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And your recipe is what, champ?

It was a comment on the term "drop a Hershey bar", sorry you didn't get the poop joke.

But I do use a modified version of Emeril's recipe on the food network site. I saw him make it on Emeril live one day on a tailgaiting themed episode and tried it out. Combined it with some techniques I saw on Alton Brown's show. Still perfecting it.






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Walt OReilly
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looks good man





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Ole Geauxt
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sorry you didn't get the poop joke.
Jenny, I am not a smahht man,,, and neither are these other 2 clowns. You have to be more specific and draw us a picture, Jenny..
"in my best Forrest voice"






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a comment on the term "drop a Hershey bar", sorry you didn't get the poop joke.
Sorry. I must have been distracted by work.






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Rohan2Reed
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best of the chili pictorials thus far





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LSUballs
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Here's where the deer came from that provided the chili





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Good Times
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Sorry. I must have been distracted by work.



I think you're still shell shocked.

That chili looks good balls. I'm inspired to try a venison version myself. Right after I throw out some of my ingredients.



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Lynyrd
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Nice chili there Balls. Actually thinking about doing one myself this evening.





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xavierTIGER
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LSUballs

Quality thread all around...nice pics, interesting and funny read, and I respect a man who grows and procures his own food. I will be patiently anticipating similar posts from you in the future good sir.






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Ole Geauxt
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I'm inspired to try a venison version myself if i can hit one with the Lesabre tonight..


i'm needing a hook up,,,see if you can help me out on the geriatric floor..






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MeridianDog
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Looks good Balls.

I could chow down on that. I do have one question.

No P-nut Butter?



The Devil made me ask that.






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MeridianDog
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Here's where the deer came from.


Not to shabby for a 4 year old!

I bet you crowed loud and long








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El Josey Wales
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Interesting tidbit: My ancestors inventing canning. Most jars you still see today still bear our last name. The singular version of it anyway. We later added an "s" to the end:








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tigerfoot
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I put most of the meat in the stainer, leave a little bit of oil and sautee down the onions/pepper/garlic


I thinks you got this straining thing nailed.






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