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    Ingredients:

      2 lb Ground Beef (The leaner the better)
      1 15oz can Kidney Beans (I tried it starting from scratch with dried beans but it wasn't worth the effort)
      1 15oz can Black Turtle Beans (Progresso makes good ones)
      OR
      1 15oz can Hominy (Adds kind of a "corny" flavor...)
      1 8oz can tomato sauce (I don't like a lot of tomato in my chili)
      1 large Yellow Onion (Coarsely Chopped)
      5-6 cloves of garlic (or about 2 teaspoons of garlic in oil)
      12 Large Jalapeno peppers (Take the seeds out before using if you like it milder..)
      1-2 Cubanelle peppers (Serranos will do in a pinch...)
      1 tblsp Paprika
      1 tblsp Cumin
      1 tblsp Garlic Powder
      1 tblsp Oregano
      1 tsp Cayenne (I told ya I liked it hot)
      1/2 tsp Black Pepper
      Salt to taste
      Enough Olive oil to sauté the onions,garlic and jalapenos

    Instructions:

      Chop the onions, peppers and garlic. Sauté them in olive oil until the onions are browned. Throw in the Beef and continue cooking until the beef is browned. When done, throw the mixture along with all of the other ingredients, into a crock pot or stewing pot. In the crock pot cook for 6 to 10 hours. In the stew pot cook covered for about an hour and a half. If more liquid is needed I like to add beer (any kind), but red wine is great too.

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