Thursday, October 15, 2009

My chili recipe made Bier Magazine

Super Editor and author Katherine Tomlinson saw a chili recipe of mine and asked me if she could submit it to a magazine.

Lo and behold, Ladies and Gentlemen, Boys and Girls, commies and conservatives, Cormac's San Francisco chili at Bier Magazine!

Get your Shiner Bock out...


...or if you are out this way, Fat Tire or Anchor Steam!

10 comments:

Paul D. Brazill said...

How fab. That is cool. well, hot. Oh, you know ...

SkylersDad said...

Congrats!!

Bubs said...

Cool! And you have pictures of two of my favorite beers. The Shiner Bock, especially, goes great with chili.

I'm hungry.

okjimm said...

I always wanted to make a beer chili.... but it was a dilema... drink beer/cook beer. May I will cook next year.

Cormac Brown said...

Paulie Decibels and Sky Dad,

Thanks.

Bubs,

I learned about Shiner Bock first on your blog.

"I'm hungry."

Now you're ready
For the big payback


Okjimm,

Hic

I'm sorry, what was the question? Oh yeah, beer chili, good stuf...what was the question? Why are there three of you?

Hic

Freida Bee, MD said...

Of all the drinking I never ever miss, your picture of shiner and talk of chili made me nostalgic. Congrats, Cormac.

baronessvonb said...

A much higher culinary representation of San Francisco than Rice-A-Roni (not that there's anything wrong with it...)

Congrats! When's the Food Network special?

Cormac Brown said...

Freida,

Why thanks for the compliment and thank you for Miss Bee for appearing on the web again, just the sight of your words makes me happy.

Baroness,

Rice-a-roni moved to Hayward ages ago (or one of the East Bay suburbs next to it) and there are no more contestants that live here still remaining on Top Chef, so I'm the only one repping the City of Saint Francis, now.

There will be no Food Network special, I've said to many disparaging things about Giada and Rachel. So I'm lucky just to be still alive, much less not have wound up some mystery meat in a "stoup" or a "sammie.

Creepy said...

Just this past weekend I was whining to someone about never having found a chili recipe that worked. But once again there is hope! Thanks.

Cormac Brown said...

Creepy,

You're welcome and I hope that you enjoy it.