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  1. guuba gaabaNovember 25, 2013 at 5:56 amReply

    i put everything in my chili too .i also have the hot dog roller too !!
    sometimes i put the hot dogs in the chili and let them stew for two or
    three hours .(what a concept)

  2. CuteCatFaithNovember 25, 2013 at 6:17 amReply

    Chili, jello, casseroles, peanut butter — all these things could be used
    to punish people in France. They will not eat it, nor eggs for breakfast,
    meatloaf, and most of them have never eaten Asiatic food nor anything from
    McDonald’s, but the latter is a good thing. My father in law has never had
    a hamburger in his life. He was born in the ’30s. Beside all that, very
    good video, uprated, I enjoyed it. They don’t sell grape jelly here,
    either. I cannot figure it out.

  3. MaritimerNovember 25, 2013 at 6:52 amReply

    looks good JB, with adding noodles you basically made a spicy spaghetti
    sauce ! lol up here we eat chilli in a bowl by itself, maybe a some cheese
    and always beans ! haha great vid !!

  4. phemohiliaNovember 25, 2013 at 7:46 amReply

    That’s some fine grub right there JB!!!

  5. CuteCatFaithNovember 25, 2013 at 8:25 amReply

    @007bondjb If you really want to horrify a French person, give them a
    Reese’s cup! They consider “our” chocolate so vile, and peanut butter so
    unhealthy (which it is, but that is another story) it is a riot! I think
    the French penal system is really missing out by not forcing incorrigibles
    to eat a lot of Jell-O! Instead of traffic tickets, they should make
    offenders eat it daily, observed. That’ll fix their wagons! Oh, next, stuff
    a bbq chicken and get them to eat that if you can!

  6. CuteCatFaithNovember 25, 2013 at 8:45 amReply

    @007bondjb The best jams, jellies and preserves ever, but they are also
    good in Turkey, but no grape! I guess they keep those for wine only? It
    took me years to find peanut butter here and then I found it in a can from
    Alsace at 8 dollars, this was in the ’90s! They just will not eat peanut
    butter here and I repeat, a peanut butter and jelly sandwich with chili,
    jello, a casserole, this could be used to correct prisoners here! Go
    figure. Nutty country, also could not find ketchup here!

  7. Luke PateNovember 25, 2013 at 9:41 amReply

    Us Boys over here in Texas like your Vids and the Girls Too !!! Chili Dogs
    Tonight !!!! Thanks JB !!!!!!!!

  8. Eric WintersNovember 25, 2013 at 9:49 amReply

    I can tell by this video sir you are a Skyline fan. I love that stuff and
    this video sir. And yes there is some cinnachocolatecoffee somethin in

  9. Eric WintersNovember 25, 2013 at 10:37 amReply

    Good stuff as always sir.

  10. 29renderNovember 25, 2013 at 11:03 amReply

    yeah its good, got one 5 mins from my work…your stills looked just like
    their menu…no joke Sir!

  11. cajunbabuNovember 25, 2013 at 11:13 amReply

    @007bondjb I use cream style red beans in my venison chili. Thin it out
    with V-8 juice.

  12. REDFTWNovember 25, 2013 at 12:02 pmReply

    YUMMMmmm looks good JB. I have a suggestion for you :-) Smoke some beef
    ribs and then make a chili from that…cook it gentle for a loooong time
    till the meat shreds by it self..BOY that is good!

  13. rickludeNovember 25, 2013 at 12:22 pmReply

    OH LORD! I am so GLAD ya didn’t put no damned beans in that chilli! When I
    want a bowl of chilli, I DON’T want a bowl of beans with SOME chilli mixed
    in it. Just a personal prefrence thing y’all. This may sound nuts, but I
    like my dogs grilled till the skin is like a golden brown and some parts
    are burnt black. Put some polish mustard and diced raw onions on 4 to 6 of
    ’em and don’t talk to me ’cause ya ain’t gonna get no answer till I’m done
    eatin’. HA!

  14. 29renderNovember 25, 2013 at 1:03 pmReply

    Frankfurt Germany…I am originally from Frankfort Indiana…look great
    JB!! We have a chain of chili shops here in Ohio called Skyline
    Chili…(Cinncinnatti skyline)

  15. robert corbyNovember 25, 2013 at 1:42 pmReply

    Hey JB I’ve been looking into making my own bread and pizza. Do you have
    any recommendation for a website / discussion forum for that? Also, you
    have a lot of pizza videos! Any one in particular you think I should watch
    first to get the know how on how to make pizza? Thanks

  16. Louisiana Cajun RecipesNovember 25, 2013 at 2:27 pmReply

    @CuteCatFaith No jelly? That sucks

  17. ZombiedustXXXNovember 25, 2013 at 3:13 pmReply

    @ZombiedustXXX Almost forgot…if you can get whole cumin seeds, and blend
    them up in a coffee grinder, you get more of a fresh burst of flavor and
    aroma! You’ll never go back to the pre-ground stuff.

  18. jbc19621November 25, 2013 at 3:53 pmReply

    made mine w/ slap yo mama and frank’s red hot sauce

  19. B33920usmcNovember 25, 2013 at 4:14 pmReply

    JB YOUR THE BEST!!!!! double dammit!

  20. 2000xltNovember 25, 2013 at 4:24 pmReply

    yeah JB!! good eats!!

  21. ZombiedustXXXNovember 25, 2013 at 4:31 pmReply

    No beans, YAAAY! I like the recipe and oven idea. Hey JB, one thing you
    might want to try for another kickass tasting chili, is using chili pods
    instead of powder. Tear up some dry chili pods (New Mexico and pasilla are
    good), pour out the seeds. Boil the pod pieces for two minutes and cover
    the pan to let the chilis soften. Toss the softened chilis in a blender,
    and add just enough of the water so the whole thing blends up smooth. then
    add it to the meat. Yum and rich tasting.

  22. TangoSpiceCompanyNovember 25, 2013 at 4:50 pmReply

    ICS Chilihead #5600 checking in JB! There are so many ways to cook up a
    great pot of ‘red’ and for sure I can’t pass up trying them all. Damn cool
    roller dog cooker ya got there! Have you ever seen those dog electrocution
    cookers? Had one in the early 70s. It had a tray where ya place the dog
    with each end on a metal spike, plug it in and just like a little electric
    chair it made you some Frankendogs! Leave on too long and the dogs exploded!

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