This recipe comes from a blogger who is familiar to the readers of this blog. The Pagan Temple based in Covington, Kentucky is one of my favorite blogs. I hardly ever agree with him politically, and find his smartass sarcasm sometimes revolting. That doesn't tell his whole story of this actual political moderate. He is a principled person, who will listen and read what his opponent is suggesting and respond. Pagan also finished writing a sci-fi novel called Radu.
NOW THE MAIN EVENT
The Mighty Eskimo Chili Recipe
You will need-
2 pds. of ground moose burger (failing that, two pounds of ground chuck will do just
fine-it did for me).
two eight-ounce cans of tomato sauce (and equal parts water)
one-half of a large green pepper
one-half of a small white onion
one eight-ounce can of pinto beans
About four ounces (one-fourth of a sixteen-ounce box) of spaghetti broken up into quarter
pieces. (Warning-too much spaghetti will make the chili too pasty and starchy).
one-half to one full 12oz. can of beer, flat (leave beer opened overnight the night
one Hershey's bar (or equivalent piece of homemade fantasy fudge recipe from Kraft
Marshmallow Cream jar).
one package of chili seasoning mix
hot sauce-about nine dashes, or to taste
First, in a large skillet, brown the meat, and drain the grease into a container for
In a large saucepan, add the meat, the seasoning mix, the tomato sauce and water, mix
thoroughly over medium heat. After it comes to a boil, add the beans, the onion, and the
green pepper. Allow to boil lightly for about twenty minutes, stirring frequently to
prevent sticking. Then, add the candy and the beer and the hot sauce. Stir as you reduce
the hear to low for about ten minutes. Add the spaghetti and then cover with a lid,
allowing to simmer for about twenty minutes.
Eat a large bowl for New Years night, with a beer or Coke, etc., along with saltine
crackers and Doritos with dip of choice. keep a large roll of toilet paper handy, and
don't say I didn't warn you.
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