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Beans Or No Beans??? Early 1900s Chili Recipes – Glen And Friends Cooking
I get it – You’re from Texas and you believe that Chili was invented in Texas, and can’t have beans in it… well it most likely wasn’t invented there, and lots of Texas cookbooks from pre-WW2 have chili recipes with beans.
With that out of the way, we can move on. Down through the history of cooking there are many recipes all called ‘chili’ for short or chili con carne in full – not to mention many variations called Mexican Stew. Probably Chili Colorado (literally Chili Red) is the starting point for the modern recipe, but the basic meat and dried chili stew goes back centuries and wasn’t really ‘invented’.

This article from Texas Monthly does a decent job of trying to tell an unbiased history of Chili: https://www.texasmonthly.com/food/bloody-san-antonio-origins-chili-con-carne/ Stating that many of the dates and history that are passed around as truth – are probably false.

Today on the old cookbook show we take a look at a bunch of community cookbook recipes and try to tease out what a traditional chili recipe looks like.

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