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Chili/chilli con carne
A pseudo-Mexican dish, whereby minced or cubed beef is mixed with chopped chili peppers, and spices (such as cinnamon, cumin) and red kidney beans. "Con carne" meaning "with meat". It was originally called "carne con chili" when invented by a German in San Antonio, Texas, in about 1902. in Texas, it's just known as 'Chili'
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