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After reading Griff's comment about using red wine in chili paired with the blistering cold weather currently blanketing the surrounding area, I decided this would be a good night to make some chili and figured why not share opinions, thoughts, and then get into a proper fist fight about the use of tomatoes and onions (filthy heathens). Beans are acceptable only if they are pinto and added shortly before serving, never during the actual cooking. Plus tequila.

My recipe was originally based on this great one, Tom Westbrook - North Texas Red Chili[^]. After reducing the amount by 2/3 or so, I swap out the Lone Star for Shiner Bock or some Duchesse de Bourgogne. Then add a square or two of the darkest chocolate I can lay my hands on, add a single dried Carolina Reaper, and a handful of dried tepins, along with whatever other fiery pods I've got lying around. For those who have no idea what 'Japanese peppers' are, I've always assumed that he means Shishitos. Oh, and don't forget the tequila! The tequila is very important to the process.

Then the next day while things are reheating, I cook up a skillet of savory corn bread, shred some super sharp cheddar cheese and I'm good to go for a week of amazing eats.
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