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    If you did it to be a turd, it would just only be your turd to eat.

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    pssst .. BigAl eats turds
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    I wanna see.

    Do a bowl full, add a little cream cheese and see what it's like.
    You might be on to the next big thing.
    Or not.
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    I have a buddy that puts a layer of cream cheese in a shallow baking dish, covers it with chili & then cheddar and bakes the whole thing and serves it as a dip.

    I think it would make a good dip......lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BYBBQ View Post
    I've heard of and tried a dollop of sour cream placed on the top of the chili just before serving. It's very good.
    Cream cheese that was softened and then run in a blender or processor (creamed) might work and have a similar effect as the sour cream, but I'm not sure how it would be if you cooked it into the chili itself. Too much may effect the texture and taste. Go slow with it and let us know what happens.
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    Kinda like the canned chili and Velveeta microwave thing huh?

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    Was pretty good. No cream cheese, didn't want to chance it.




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    "If you can't smell smoke it ain't a barbeque joint" peculiarmike

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    Fine looking chili. A bowl of that is just screaming for a dollop of cream cheese in it though.
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    wheres the hotdogs and cheese shots from the next day
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