Hot Heads Chili Days 2020 is on Friday, January 17, 2020: Loking for a hot healthy chili recipe. Lots of beans and extremely hot and spicy
Friday, January 17, 2020 is Hot Heads Chili Days 2020.
I personally love this recipe. If it's not hot enough for you, just add more cayenne pepper. Also, you can leave out the meat and use more beans (or leave out half the meat and add more beans).
Chili con Carne From Food Network Kitchens
2 1/2 pounds beef chuck, cut into 1 inch cubes
2 1/2 pounds pork shoulder, cut into 1 inch cubes
1 tablespoon kosher salt plus more to taste
Freshly ground black pepper
1/3 to 1/2 cup olive oil
2 large Spanish onions, chopped
10 large cloves garlic, minced
1/4 cup New Mexico red chile powder
2 tablespoons ancho chile powder
1 tablespoon ground cumin
2 teaspoons oregano, crushed (preferably Mexican)
6 cups beef or chicken broth, homemade or low-sodium canned (see note)
Two 15 1/2-ounce cans pinto beans, drained and rinsed
Serving suggestions: White rice, sour cream, chopped cilantro (fresh coriander), shredded cheddar, minced fresh or pickled jalapeno peppers.
Pat the meat dry with a paper towel and season with the salt and pepper. Heat 2 tablespoons of the oil in a large stew pot or Dutch oven over medium-high heat. Sear the meat, in small batches, until well browned, adding more oil to the pan if needed. Transfer meat to a bowl and reserve.
Discard all but 2 tablespoons of the oil from the pan. Saute the onions over medium heat for 10 minutes, scraping up the browned bits with a wooden spoon from the bottom of the pan. Add the garlic and saute for 2 minutes more. Stir in the chili powders, cumin, and oregano and cook for 2 minutes. Whisk in 5 cups of the stock. Add the meat and any accumulated juices to the pot. Bring to a gentle simmer. Season the chili with salt and pepper to taste, and stew the meat with a cover slightly ajar until almost tender, about 3 hours.
In a food processor or blender puree half of the beans with the remaining stock. Add the bean mixture to the chili along with the whole beans. Simmer for 1 hour more or until the meat is tender. Season with salt and pepper to taste and serve with rice and selections of condiments, like sour cream, chopped cilantro, shredded cheddar, minced fresh or sliced pickled jalapenos.
Cook's Note: Try to avoid using canned beef broth because it can give the chili an unpleasant tinny taste. The chili tastes best if made a day a head, refrigerated, and reheated.
So yesterday I took a hot bath and my head still feels weird?
No, not normal. Obviously, don't take any more HOT baths or showers. Keep bathroom doors open so you can breathe air, not just steam.
Keep after your parents until they take you to a dr. You need to be tested, diagnosed and treated.
Meantime, if it's mostly a headache, take vitamin D3. It works great.
Also, prove your body. Here’s a good low-carb food/exercise plan:
Breakfast: Cook 9-grain cereal (from health food store) in water with rolled oats and wheat bran. Make a pot of it on weekends and nuke 1/2 cup each morning. Then stir in low fat milk or yogurt, banana, walnuts and berries. Drink hot Ovaltine. Breakfast should be your largest meal of the day to raise blood sugar level which falls during the night.
Lunch: Egg, tuna or turkey ½ sandwich on multi-grain (not just whole wheat) bread with bean or alfalfa sprouts, yogurt, fresh fruit. If you had meat loaf for dinner, bring a meat loaf sandwich on whole grain bread (NO mayo). On cold days, a squatty thermos of hot chili, split peas with ham, or beef stew.
Snacks: Fresh (not canned) fruit. Nothing ever from a vending machine.
Dinner: salad with white meat chicken and fresh (not canned) veggies: tomatoes, 2 kinds of lettuce, 2 kinds of shredded cabbage, shredded or sliced carrots, alfalfa or bean sprouts, zucchini, green or red peppers, hard boiled eggs, brussels sprouts, broccoli, cauliflower, tofu, cottage cheese, spinach...Instead of dressing, squeeze 1/4 tomato over it.
Or homemade bean/vegetable soups; great way to recycle leftovers.
Or grilled fish with steamed veggies.
Or omelet: In blender, whip together eggs, tofu, cottage cheese, onions, garlic powder. Cook with mushrooms, chopped tomatoes and green or red peppers.
Avoid junk food, fast foods, gluten, pastries, desserts, syrup (even canned fruit in syrup), peanut butter, fat/grease (pork, wieners, chops, bacon, salami, pizza, chips, fries), pasta, potatoes, ramen, popcorn, white bread, rice, canned veggies, ice cream (it’s lard + chemicals), chips, tobacco, alcohol (kills brain cells).coffee (carcinogenic). no oil except olive and mac nut. Sodas (loaded with toxins; leads to stroke, obesity, kidney damage, high BP and inhibits bone growth in kids), anything with sugar (cancer cells feed on sugar, it wreaks havoc on your liver, mucks up metabolism, impairs brain function, makes you more susceptible to heart disease and diabetes),
To keep your skin clear, drink water, tea, veggie juice, unsweetened fruit juice.
Join a gym; they have all the equipment and staff to show you how to use it to get the look you want to achieve, but you have to ask them. Much cheaper than buying your own equipment. Go hiking, biking, jogging, bowling, swimming, rowing, jump rope, play tennis, badminton, volleyball, soccer, jumping jacks, lift weights, trampoline? To tone your tummy, do sit ups, push ups, pull ups, leg lifts, butt raises and crunches.
For more energy, take Super B complex.
KROQ (Los Angeles) and the Red Hot Chili Peppers?
believe it or not, if you call the request line and tell them things like "you play the red hot chili peppers" too much, you may make a difference
the request line people do take notes, and if they see lots of similar comments they will change stuff up
but no, the RHCP do not own KROQ ... KROQ is owned by CBS Radio
for what it's worth, the only musician (off the top of my head) that owns a radio station in LA is Stevie Wonder (he owns KJLH 102.3)