Check out this Old-Time Texas Chili that's been barbecued up in the States since the mid 1800's in this how to video. This chili tastes real good, and its tang and heat will sure cure what ails you.
This all meat "chili con carne" has Spanish and Mexican roots, but it took the Texas Range Cooks out on the cattle drives to make this style of Chili a legend.
Give it a try. Our BBQ Pit Boys Texas Chili recipe is real easy to do. All you need is some beef ground chuck, some beef brisket (if ya have any left over), onions, garlic, some special spices, bbq sauce, your favorite beer, and just a little bit of your time.
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