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John Everyman Mrs. Roberts 10 Aug 2013 Process Letter

1345 Anystreet
Ft. Riley, KS 66442

English Comp I Class
5676 Graves Street
Ft. Riley, KS 66442
Subject: How to Make Rick’s Famous Chili
August 9, 2013
Dear Fellow Students,
I would like to share with you a quick and easy recipe for chili. It is my favorite no-screw-up entrée, and is a sure crowd/company/spouse pleaser. I originally learned how to make this chili from my father-in-law, Rick, who definitely knows his way around a kitchen. Over the years, I fine-tuned the recipe a bit, and now my mother-in-law likes my version even more than her husband’s.
Here is the list of items and ingredients you will need to make this dish:

Rick’s Famous Chili | Ingredients | Tools | * 3 lbs. of stew beef * 2 cans of diced tomatoes 32oz * 2 cans of medium chili beans 16oz * 2 cans of kidney beans 16oz * 2 packets of mild chili seasoning * ½ tsp. of cayenne pepper * 3 tbs. of chili powder * 1 chopped onion | * Large cooking pot * Wooden cooking spoon * Can opener * Knife * Cutting board * Meat grinder (optional) | Following these simple steps will enable you to make a truly delicious chili in about an hour. The first step in this recipe is to prepare the ground beef. You can use the prepackaged beef that is found in any grocery store, but I personally like to grind my own beef. Stew beef usually works well for this purpose. When you make your own ground beef, you will avoid pink slime and other mystery ingredients. You may also notice that your food just tastes better.To begin, take 3 lbs. of stew beef out of the plastic wrapping and put it through the grinder. Then, take the ground beef you just made and grind it a second time. This will really break up the meat fibers, resulting in a very fine textured ground beef. Another option is to buy the beef from a store that will grind it for you and have them grind it twice. They might give you a funny look but they’ll do it.Once you have your ground beef, put it in your large cooking pot and brown it on medium heat. Use the wooden spoon to stir the beef as it browns. You want to make sure that the beef is thoroughly cooked before adding spices to it. The reason for this is that when the meat is still raw, it puts out juices. However, once the beef is cooked it becomes absorbent. Be sure to wait till your ground beef is cooked well, and then stir in cayenne, chili seasoning, chili powder, and a chopped onion.After mixing the spices and chopped onion with the ground beef, go ahead and add the beans and tomatoes. Stir everything really well. Set the burner on low heat and simmer for about 30 minutes stirring occasionally. When stirring your chili, scrape the bottom of the pot. This will prevent the chili from sticking to the pot. After half an hour or so your chili is ready to be served.There are many different ways to serve this dish. I like to mix in each bowl a handful of shredded cheese and small pieces of freshly made corn bread. If the chili tastes a bit too spicy, just add a couple of tablespoons of the sour cream. That is how my wife and kids like it. You can eat it anyway you like. Just make yourself a big bowl of chili and enjoy. You may even find yourself hoping that it rains later today, because this is comfort food at its finest.Sincerely,Giono Luck | |

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