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<p />Just another bitter cold day in Cleveland and yours truly was desparetely looking for some reason (any reason at all) to celebrate. [p]Since a Brown's postseason victory was not in the cards, I thought I would celebrate a Steeler's defeat with a pot of chili and a few roadpops. In my continuing quest for the perfect chile recipe, I found several interesting ideas I wanted to pass along:[p]From Cook's Illustrated - they recommend "Muir Glen" as having the best canned tomato products. I opted for their "fire roasted diced" for this cook instead of the distressed merchandise store "Fred's" brand ;>) that I generally use. [p]From Cooking Light - use a fruity Merlot instead of beef broth for more flavor - sounds good to me! Brown sugar was another suggestion. I chose brown sugar based Dizzy Dust general purpose to get all the additional spice goodies.[p]Other than that, this batch will include bacon, "chili grind" chuck and some leftover chorizo and hot italian turkey sausage.[p]Time will tell if it makes a difference. Being known for my loooooonnnnng chili cooks, I only have 9 hours until the wife gets home from work. I'd better hustle![p][p]