Ahh, Skyline Chili from Publix

Ahh, Skyline Chili from Publix

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Old 11-27-2018, 05:48 PM
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In the same freezer section area...Atkins, Lean Cuisine, is pretty decent for those of you that are on a " Guilt " trip.
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Old 11-27-2018, 06:50 PM
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Warning - If you are from the Northeast this is not chili as we know it. I purchased it today and threw it down the sink this evening. It is just liquid, spicy and salty .... oh my god is it salty. I could not even bring myself to put it over pasta.
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Ron White said, of Cincinnati Chili, "A Mexican can make better chili with an onion and a goat."
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Warning - If you are from the Northeast this is not chili as we know it. I purchased it today and threw it down the sink this evening. It is just liquid, spicy and salty .... oh my god is it salty. I could not even bring myself to put it over pasta.
I was in Cincinnati on business with 3 people from NJ. One bite each threw it out and went to another restaurant. It was awful!
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Love it. Can do without Graeters Ice Cream. When we go home we also bring back canned Mock Turtle Soup and Goetta.
Chili and ice cream or dairy products don’t set well with me things start rumbling
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On our departure from Ohio yesterday my last stop was to go " Krogering " to bring back some Yoder's brand corn meal mush, my breakfast favorite.
My wife makes mush, not big fan, it will eat it. Living with my grandda and being poor we had lot of mush, beans, squirrels, and rabbits I shot. Couldn’t stand wild duck or goose. Summer months we ate everything we growed.
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Just picked up a package today. Haven't tried it yet. But, the only problem is that a 13.25 OZ package contains 2,120 MG of sodium. Why does almost everything frozen or canned need to have so much sodium?
Guess you just didn't realize how high the sodium was in most of the food they serve at their restaurants ! It is not just their frozen product.

https://www.skylinechili.com/downloa...eNutrition.pdf
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So, I thawed out the 13.25 ounce package of Skyline chili in the refrigerator overnight. Heated it a saucepan with a 15 ounce can of "no salt added" pinto beans (drained and rinsed), and a half cup of chopped onion. I give it a 4 out of 5 star rating.
This might work but then if I'm going to do this I may as well go all the way and make it all from scratch.
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Old 11-28-2018, 11:29 AM
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Lived in Cincinnati 25 years. The local chili is an " acquired " taste. I always liked Gold Star better then Skyline. A three way with a Coney on the side.

Well, I guess I haven't acquired it yet. I am eating the Skyline as I write this and I really wanted to like it.

1. Yes it is very salty. Generally we like spicy foods so I was able to tolerate it but just barely.

2. Consistency --it seemed more like a mushy soup than chili -- our chile usually has the consistency of, say perhaps, sloppy joe's -- not so soupy -- you cannot eat this with a fork -- it requires a spoon.

3. It did have a little heat "kick" to it - perhaps it was the paprika - which I did not mind.

4. I tasted a strong flavor of either 5-spice or Chinese All-spice, two flavors I don't care for.

5. I will not be buying this ever again.
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I would assume people making it at home knows you add meat to this chili and not just pour it on the spaghetti. My brother makes it with sausage and hamburger.
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