Simple enough, campesino in aspect the ingredients though are top end. Dry-aged rib-eye beef should never be used for a thing like this, but it is what I had and could not finish and I did not want to waste it. The tomatoes are San Marzano.
In Texas the competitive chili contestants say, "anyone who puts beans in chili don't know beans about chili." I happen to like beans in chili, all kinds in fact, and I happen to like matching auxiliary verbs too.
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