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Chili Bowl 5 Way Chili
Chili and Crackers
Chili Bowl
Chili Con Carne

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Champion Chili Recipes
Nothing But Prize-Winning Chili Recipes

A brand new chili recipe cookbook, filled with OVER 60 great award winning chili recipes - EVERY ONE OF THEM A PRIZE WINNER.  Just check out this great list of proven chili champion recipes:
Champion Chili Recipes - Nothing But Award Winning Chili Recipes

Doc's Secret Remdy – 1992 World Champion 1992
Dog Breath Chili - 2005 World Champion
Gold Miners’ Chili - 1997 World Champion
Harold Timber World Champion Chili – 1983 World Champion
Howard Winsor World Champion Chili - 1972 World Champion
Jay's Chili – 1977 World Champion
Jim Weller's Macktown Chili  - 2000 World Champion
Los Venganza Del Almo - 1982 World Champion 1982
Margo's Chili - 1987 World Champion
Mountain Express Chili – 1994 World Champion
Pirates Beach - 1994 Award Winning Chili
Puppy's Breath Chili – 1993 World Champion
Road Meat Chili - 1991 World Champion
Southern Chili Georgia Style - 1996 World Champion
Swick and Swick Chili - 2001 World Champion
Tarantula Jacks Thundering Herd Buffalo Tail Chili - 1989 World Champion
Wick Fowler's "Two Alarm" Chili - 1970 World Champion
Allegani Jani's Chili - 1974 World Champion
Dallas Farmer's Market Winning Chile 1999
Uncle Dirty Dave Drum's Prize Winning Chili
Award Winning Chili I
Award Winning Chili II
Bill Pfeiffer's Capital Punishment Chili
Don Truitt's First-Prize Chili
Bottom Of The Barrel Gang Ram Tough Chili -1984 World Champion 1984
Butterfield Stage Line Chili - 1981 World Champion
Caroline's Award Winning Texas Chili
Dago Reds Wop 'n Good Chili - 2004 International Chili Society Champion
David Vaega's Backdoor Chili - International Chili Society World Champion 1990
J.R.'s Rough and Ready Chili
Pedernales River Rat Chili
Yahoo Chili
High Octane Chili
Out-O-Site Chili
Cin-Chili Chili
Doc J's Chili
Sierra Chili
Southern States Chili
No Name Chili
No Name Chili 2
Out O’ Site Chili, Too
Bess's Best Chili
Randy's Fool's Gold Chili
Horseshoe Chili
No Name Chili 3
Sahara Chili
Lady Bug Chili
Nevada Annie's 1978 Champion Chili Recipe
$20,000 Prize-winning Chili
$25,000 Chili
1981 Winning Recipe Chili
A-H Reamer Chili Company - 1995 World Champion
World Championship Chili
Zanjero Red Chili - 1999 World Champion
Fred Drexel’s 1981 Winning Recipe Chili
Sespe Creek Chili - 1986 World Champion
Shotgun Willie Chili - 1985 World Champion
C.V. Woods World Championship Chili I
C.V. Woods World Championship Chili II

And then there's 600 MORE!  You'll find them in 600 Recipes For Chili Lovers...


600 Recipes For Chili Lovers Inside 600 Recipes For Chili Lovers, you'll find every imaginable version of chili. There's chilies with beans and without, with meat and without, vegetarian chilies, and low-fat variations on the classic dish that so many Americans love. If you compete in chili competitions then you probably don't need a chili cookbook, if you don't then you need at least one good chili cookbook. 600 Recipes For Chili Lovers is a good one to have.

With over 600 chili recipes, there is a wide variety of selections to be found in 600 Recipes For Chili Lovers. Everything from classic recipes, to the latest restaurant and chili cook-off winners. 
You will find recipes for chilis that use wild game such as venison, concoctions that use seafood, beanless varieties (as any Texan will tell you is the only way to make Chili Pepperschili and those with beans.  Quick chilis and slow cooking thick chilis (my favorites) will also be found.

This is the perfect book for the everyone from the cautious beginner who wants to be sure of their success by following a good recipe to the more adventurous cook who will be inspired by all the recipes in 600 Recipes For Chili Lovers and will create their own unique variety of a classic "Bowl Of Red".

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Here's another cute little chili eCookbook, 30 Terrific Chili Recipes (32, actually).  It's a simple, but really nice collection of home-spun chili recipes along with some more traditional favorites.  And here's what you get...
30 Teriffic Chili Recipes Tequila Chili
Lazy Man’s Chili
Chili Margarita Style
Two-Bean Chili
High Tasting Chili
Sweet and Spicy Chili
Three Way Burn Chili
Best Chili North of the Border
5-Star Texas Chili
Fireman Chili
Chili Con Carne
Beef and Pork Chili
Old Fashion Chili
Chili Meat Balls
Black Bean Chili
Veggie Chili
Steak Chili
Mac N Cheese Chili
Tejano Chili
Cayenne Chili
Apples Cider Chili
Wind Breakin Chili
Poor Folks Chili
Colorful Chili
Zero Alarm Chili
Hot Weather Chili
Blazin Chili
Jamaican Chili
Very Meaty Chili
Philly Chili
Yankee Chili
Ballistic Chili
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Summer Party Cookbook
Get your party started with this excellent book of unique grilled kebab and steak recipes...

•  20+ grilled Kebab recipes -- more than you can shake a stick at!! Some examples: Asian Beef, Beef & Veggie over Fettucine, Curried Beef, Fajita, Greek-style, Hawaiian, Mayan BBQ, Mediterranean Beef, Moroccan Beef w/Honey-Spice Couscous, Peppercorn Beef, Spicy Orange Beef, Spicy Portuguese Beef Steak, Lime-basted Lamb, Minted Lamb, Persian Lamb, Chicken Kebabs with Papaya Chutney, Chutney and Lime Kebabs with Curried Rice, Grilled Chicken and Vegetable Kebabs with Chutney, Grilled Ginger Chicken, Jerk Chicken and Plantain Kebabs with Papaya-Avacado Salsa, Middle Eastern Grilled Chicken Kebabs.
•  Great grilled steak recipes!! Examples: Beef Filets w/Stilton-Portobello Sauce, Beer-Marinated Flank Steak, Bourbon Flank Steak, Calypso Steak, Cajun-style Rib-Eye Steak, Grilled Asian-Style Flank Steak, Grilled Moroccan Spiced Steak, Grilled Southwest Steak, Santa Fe Grilled Beef Steaks & Corn, Southern Italian Beef Steak & Pasta for Two, Steak & Tomato-Basil Pasta, Steak Dianna, Sweet-and-Sour Marinated Steaks, Szechwan Flank Steak w/Cucumber Kim Chee, and many more!!!

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Bonus #2                 101 Recipes For The Deep Fryer
It's been said that if you deep fry anything it'll taste good.  And it's probably pretty close to the truth.  But here are some great recipes guaranteed to taste good. And some you probably haven't heard of before.  Just check these out...

101 Recipes For The Deep Fryer

Deep Fryer Italian Zeppole
Deep Fryer Sopaipillas
Spicy Hot Chicken Bits
Cajun Fried Fish
Jalapeno Poppers
Homemade Potato Chips
Crispy Fried Frog Legs
Deep-Fried Twinkies
Deep-Fried Smelts
Deep Fried Mars Bars
Deep Fried Chitterlings
Deep Fried Cod
Deep-Fried Squid
Cajun Deep Fried Turkey
Apple Fritters
KARNABEET MAKLY (DEEP-FRIED CAULIFLOWER)
Deep Fried Shrimp Balls
RONIERI'S DEEP FRIED PARSLEY
GAUDET'S DEEP-FRIED PICKLES
DEEP FRIED SQUID RINGS
DEEP-FRIED TOFU
Deep-Fried Dill Pickle Fondue Balls
POORI (Deep-fried, Puffy Bread)
Deep Fried Prawns with Batter (Jow Ha)
SRI LANKA MURUKKU DEEP FRIED DUMPLING
GUTAP - KAZAKH DEEP-FRIED 
HERB FRITTERS
CHIMICHANGAS (DEEP FRIED BURRITOS)
Fried Soft-Shell Crab
DEEP-FRIED WONTON COOKIES (TEEM GOK)
BRAISED DEEP FRIED PORK SLICES IN WINE SAUCE
Fried Onion Mums Or Pom Poms
Fried Ice Cream 1
Fried Ice Cream 2
TOFFEE APPLES AND BANANAS
Khvorost ( Fried Sugar Circles)
Almond Fried Ice Cream
CRANBERRY FRITTERS
Sichuan Dry-Fried String Beans
FRIED EMPANADAS WITH BEEF OR CHICKEN FILLING
ORIGINAL BUFFALO WINGS
Onions Fried In Deep Fat
PARSLEY FRIED ONION RINGS
CRISP-FRIED PASTA NIBBLES
FRIED OKRA
Special Chicken
Fried Banana
Rick's on the Bricks Fried Dill Pickles
FRENCH FRIED POTATO SKINS
French Fried Skunk!!
CHERRY DESSERT WONTONS
CRISPY FRIED PORK & APPLES
FRIED EGGPLANT OR ZUCCHINI
Fried Alligator
Batter-Fried Dandelion
CHIPPEWA INDIAN FRIED BREAD
FRIED CUCUMBER
FRIED FRAGRANT BELLS
Crispy Rattlesnake Coils
Sri Lanka Fried Chiles
Texas Fried Green Tomatoes
Croquiqnolles
TWICE-FRIED SHREDDED BEEF
Hush Puppies
STRUFFOLI (Honey Balls)
Fried Oysters
Fry Bread, (Baking Powder Recipe)
Special Fried Peanuts
KFC Chicken
BANANA VELVET DOUGHNUTS
Fried Crawfish Tails
FRIED RABBIT IN BREADCRUMBS
SALVATION ARMY DOUGHNUTS
Corn Dogs
Coconut Fried Ice Cream
DEEP FRIED CHERRIES
Deep Fryed Mozzarella Cubes
Tuna Croquettes
Crispy Potato Skins
Deep-Fried Liver Strips
Farmhouse Fried Pork and Apples
Chicken Kiev
Fish Sticks, Taco Style
Pineapple Drumsticks
Deep Fryer Monte Cristo Sandwich
Deep Fryer Cinnamon Funnel Cakes
Deep Fryer Corn Fritters
Calabash-Style Flounder
Deep Fryer Apple Dumplings
Jalapeño Kickers
Curried Chicken Squares
Ol' Viginia Peanutty Chicken Bites
Chili Cheese Balls (Mexican Tidbit)
Beignets (New Orleans-Style Square Donuts)
Bowties
Buñuelos
Cardamon Funnel Cakes
Sufganiyot
Lithuanian Fried Cookies
Batter Fried Oriental Dinner
Veggie Fritters with Thai Peanut Sauce Deviled Egg Roll Ups
Crab Pupus
Seafood Pinwheels
Pumpkin Doughnuts with Spiced Brown Butter Glaze

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FREE Bonus #3       Cast Iron Cooking    320 Great Recipes
Cast Iron Cooking
If you've ever tasted it, you know there is nothing better than food prepared in a cast iron pan. Several dishes, including Mexican fajitas, Cajun seafood, sausage & eggs, and of course, cornbread, are hailed as delicious when prepared in cast iron cookware. Cast iron is also the cookware of choice amongst serious campers and outdoorsmen.  There are several reasons why cooks rave about this type of cookware, and many people won't use anything else. Besides being an ideal heat conductor, cast iron heats evenly and consistently, is inexpensive, and will last a lifetime with the proper care. When seasoned, a cast iron pan will be stick resistant and provide great tasting meals every time.

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"...always lookin' for anything chili...haven't seen this one before. So I figured I had nothing to lose and bought the package. Just a few bucks, and liked the fact that I could get it right away. Already tried a few - they're outstanding."

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"I'm a hunter and chili is a favorite of the guys in the hunting cabin. I was looking for an easy chili recipe, and found a bunch of them here. I tried 'em on the guys and they were a big hit."

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"I'm the designated cook in the firehouse. My barbeque has always been a favorite, but since I've cooked a few of these recipes, my fellow firefighters now ask me when's the next chili day!"

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600 Recipes For Chili Lovers.............
30 Terrific Chili Recipes...................
101 Recipes For The Deep Fryer.......
Summer Party Cookbook..................
Cast Iron Cooking............................

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A Brief History Of Chili

Today's version of chili is a dish that evolved over the centuries in the United States into the spicy stew we know today.

Accounts of chili date as far back as 1618. In that year, as Southwest American Indian legend tells it, that Sister Mary Agreda of Spain appeared to them in a vision and wrote down a recipe that called for antelope or venison, tomatoes, onions, and chile peppers.  It’s noteworthy that the Sister never physically visited America.  Is it possible this was the first chili?
 
More than a century later, in 1731, a group of families left the Spanish Canary Islands, on King Philip V of Spain’s orders, and settled in what is now San Antonio.  Historians tell us that the women of the group made a spicy Spanish stew.  Was this spicy stew the first chili?
 
Linda Stradley of the What’s Cooking in America website, mentions that some Spanish priests were said to have been wary of the chile pepper, believing that the hot peppers inspired passion and were aphrodisiacs.  Many a sermon was preached against eating the demon pods.

In 1850, chili hit the Texas trail when trail cooks made concoctions of dried beef, fat, pepper, salt, and chile peppers, creating the first chili mix.  This blend was formed into bricks that could be boiled in pots along the trail, whether for cowboys in Texas, or adventurers headed to California seeking gold and fortune.

Note that none of the blends above have mentioned the use of chili powder.  That fabulous invention was the creation of  William Gebhardt, a German immigrant living in New Braunfels, Texas.  In 1890, he made the first chili powder to sell commercially in the United States.  It is interesting to note that Gebhardt, in 1911, wrote the first Mexican cookbook to be sold in the United States.

By the turn of the 20th Century, chili joints began to spring up in San Antonio, eventually spreading westward.  They gained in popularity during the Depression Era, as they offered cheap, if not always good, chili and free crackers.

An overview of chili wouldn’t be complete without addressing the unique chili of Cincinnati.  This style of chili is very different from the southwest’s version.  Cincinnati chili was created in 1922 by Tom Kiradjieff, a Macedonian immigrant.  His version of chili used Mediterranean spices such as cinnamon.  This unique creation became Cincinnati 5-way chili when it was served on a pile of spaghetti noodles, and topped with chopped onion, red kidney beans, and shredded cheddar cheese, along with a side of oyster crackers. 

Chili gained cache when Chasen’s restaurant in California placed it on its menu.  Actors, actresses, and studio folk would stop by and buy the chili by the quart to go.  Sadly, the Chasen’s closed in 1995, ending a glamorous era in chili history.

There are as many ways to make chili as there are people who cook it.  Recipes call for venison, antelope, beef, elk, buffalo, pork, chicken, beer, wine, chocolate, masa, beans and no beans. 

Ahh, the great bean debate.  It is often argued that “real” chili doesn’t have beans, as it was not made that way through Texas chili history. The lack of beans is probably due to the fact that the beans had to be soaked and then cooked, which would have made chili making quite a lengthy process, especially if you were cooking it along the trail. 

Beans or no beans, it is the chili (or chile) peppers that give the stew its heat and character.  How do you know which peppers will provide just the right amount of kick for your recipe?  Fortunately for cooks, in 1912, Wilbur Scoville created a heat scale for peppers.  Although the testing method has changed a b
it, pepper heat is still measured in Scoville Units, which are stated in multiples of 100.  A bell pepper has a Scoville Unit of 0, whereas a habanero rates at between 100,000 and 325,000 Scoville Units: 

Scoville Heat Chart
Variety
 Rating 
Heat Level
Sweet Bells; Sweet Banana; and Pimento
0
Negligible Scoville Units
Mexi-Bells; Cherry; New Mexica; New Mexico; Anaheim; Big Jim
1
100-1,000 Scoville Units
Ancho; Pasilla; Espanola; Anaheim
2
1,000 - 1,500 Scoville Units
Sandia; Cascabel
3
1,500 - 2,500 Scoville Units
Jalapeno; Mirasol; Chipotle; Poblano
4
2,500 - 5,000 Scoville Units
Yellow Wax; Serrano
5
5,000 - 15,000 Scoville Units
Chile De Arbol
6
15,000 - 30,000 Scoville Units
Aji; Cayenne; Tabasco; Piquin
7
30,000 - 50,000 Scoville Units
Santaka; Chiltecpin; Thai
8
50,000 - 100,000 Scoville Units
Habanero; Scotch Bonnet
9
100,000 - 350,000 Scoville Units
Red Savina Habanero; Indian Tezpur
10
350-855,000 Scoville Units

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