- Since I am a retired chef of 29 yrs. and compete in regional chili
cookoffs, I would never give out a real chili recipe. Gin is a nice
secret ingrediant. Never waste a beer on chili...beer is for drinkin'
Habanaro and Chipoltle chili's add a nice 'heat' and 'flavor' to the
pot...My first wash has been 'cookin' for 4 days now!! Still bubbling!
- You're right about not giving out "real" recipes. I'd be afraid to send them
anything with real heat, it would melt their didgeridoos. Besides, having
packed down with a couple of them in a scrum, I wouldn't want to add to
Thanks for the laugh. Things have been a little tense in the group lately.
Good luck with your wash, let us know how it turns out.
[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
- we must be deprived. what the bloody hell is a chipostle pepper and
adobo sauce. some things are just good to not know about. paul
ps great joke on chili judging- had to save it and send to mates.
- --- In Distillers@yahoogroups.com, "parkst5356" <parkst5356@...> wrote:
>Chipotli peppers are dried and smoked jalapena peppers in a red chili-mexican sauce. They come in a can and add a real nice flavor to alot
of food. I have used dried chipotlis and after reading this post I am
going to soak some and see what it tastes like. Maybe with some oak.
Anyone ever made chipotli scnapps?> we must be deprived. what the
bloody hell is a chipostle pepper and
> adobo sauce. some things are just good to not know about. paul
> ps great joke on chili judging- had to save it and send to mates.