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Made some chili in the crockpot today.

 

 

http://www.hurstbeans.com/recipes/299/Slow-Cooker-Chili


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Hurst products have always worked out well for me.  

 

I added some smoked salt, garlic, basil, bag of frozen onions & peppers and a can of habanero Rotel to this one before thickening up with a small amount of ap flour.

 

 

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