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Uncle Sidney's Red Beans

Uncle Sidney's Red Beans by Amos Miller

There are two ways to go here: smoked meats (sausage, rib tips, neck bones, ham, country bacon), OR pickled meat. Either way, you'll obtain a rich flavor profile and a satisfying meal. One, warm, soft, and smokey; one tangy, slightly sharp, sort of barbeque-y, but it's always PORK and beans in the end.. My culinary mentor, whom I…

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Spicey Mama's Texas Red Chili

Spicey Mama's Texas Red Chili by Sheila Durham

Chili means many different things to people all over the world. In Texas it is a deep, rich, brick red chili flavored with spices & peppers. It is prepared with beef traditionally, but may also contain wild game in season. True Texans never put beans in their chili, but we have been known to make a pot of pinto beans to serve with it!…

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Lentils & Vegetables ~ Moroccan Style

Lentils & Vegetables ~ Moroccan Style by Amos Miller

I began making this dish in the 1970s and it has evolved since then into a great Winter favorite. This will surprise you with both it's sweet, true vegetable flavors and just the right amount of seasoning. Served with a good bread, this will satisfy and nourish all the athletes and couch potatoes who look to you for a delicious…

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Hunter's Chili

Hunter's Chili by Windle Grissett

"The only thing certain about the origins of chili is that it did not originate in Mexico...Chili, as we know it in the U.S., cannot be found in Mexico today except in a few spots which cater to tourists. If chili had come from Mexico, it would still be there. For Mexicans, especially those of Indian ancestry, do not change their…

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