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MAK Smoked Chili

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Wanted some chili and corn bread today so the MAK got uncovered.

 

Got my meat ready. 2 lbs GB and 1 lb pork, 5 slices home smoked bacon.

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MAK pre heated to 350* so on goes the bacon first.

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My chili fixins.

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Meat in the lodge in my MAK. Chili fixins in and stirring up.

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Transfer to the dutch oven, Added petite dices maters, mater sauce, water, beans. Combined well and added 2 Tbs masa flour to thiken.

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Shredded some MAK cold smoked farmers cheese.

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Mixed up some sweet corn bread mix and added some crispy bacon.

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On my MAK for 20 mins

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Now set the table.

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Growing up in a spanish household my mom always had lemon juice, she said it makes the tomato wake up.

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Plate my chili. Topped with lemon juice, cheese, corn bread and more cheese and hot sauce.

 

This is my dinner

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SMOKE ON BROS

post #2 of 8

Nice! As a real chilihead, a post most appreciated. Kudos...

post #3 of 8

I sure could go for a bowl of that chili right now. looks great. I was wondering when you were going to make something else. I'm sure your smokers dont cool down to ambient temperature very often.

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Originally Posted by boykjo View Post

I sure could go for a bowl of that chili right now. looks great. I was wondering when you were going to make something else. I'm sure your smokers dont cool down to ambient temperature very often.



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I have done my share of the usual butts/briskits/ribs and such.

 

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Even UDS Briskits in the snow

 

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And ribs down in a Florida swamp

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post #5 of 8

Chili sounds great Nepas, it has been in the 30s here the last couple days...

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Originally Posted by Beer-B-Q View Post

Chili sounds great Nepas, it has been in the 30s here the last couple days...



Yeah cold here to in PAlaska

post #7 of 8

Great looking chili Nepas. That is my favorite cold weather meal, course it 88 down here today.

post #8 of 8

Beer B Que hit it on the mark, chili weather is here again and that looks like some good chili!! Maybe tomorrow I'll fire up the smoker and give it a try myself.

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