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Ann Beth is a self-proclaimed

︎Professional Cocktailian,

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This Augusta GA native is a dog mom to multiple four-legged castoffs, having never met a dog she didn’t like. Ann Beth wakes up every day cultivating her philosophical precept #eatdrinkbemerryrepeat. She invites you to pour yourself a stiff drink + follow her on her Instagram journey @nakedepicurean.

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My name is Kelly, aka Mom, Boss Queen, Troy's better half, Kel Kel, Lewis, dude, buddy .... the list goes on.  I am the Boss behind the Boss accounts and creator of the Boss family.

Cooking has become somewhat of a passion for me, and while I love cooking for my familly of 6, I truly enjoy entertaining family and friends over delicious food, cold beers, campfire and good music. (I've been known to break out in dance occaisionally too ).

I have found a love for fundraising and giving back to communities whenever & where ever I can.  I am always ready to help !

LeftOver Brisket Chili


* 4 slices of Thick cut bacon 

*3-4 lbs leftover Beef Brisket - Chopped 

*2 cups white onion - Diced 

*2 tbsp minced garlic

*1 Tbsp Paprika

*1 Tbsp Cumin

* 3 1/2 Tbsp Chili Powder

* 1/2 tsp dried Thyme

* 1/2 tsp chipolte chili powder

*1/2 tsp salt

*4 cups Beef Broth

* 1/2 cup black coffee

*28 oz can diced tomatoes ( with juice)

Sharp Cheddar Cheese, Sour Cream, Chives can be used as garnish

1.    In a large stockpot, cook bacon until crispy. Remove from pan, dice and set aside

2.    Increase heat to medium-high. In the bacon fat, brown the brisket cubes ( in batches if necessary) You may need to add oil for browning

3.    Liberally season with salt, pepper, and onionpowder while browning to season meat  (if not seasoned during original cook ) Set aside.

4.    In the same pot, add diced white onions and stir in a pinch of salt,  Cook down, scrapping the bottom to get all the brown bits and brown the onion.  Reduce head if necessary to cook the onion down and slightly carmalize it.

5.    Add in remaining spices and stir into onions.  Cook 2 minutes.

6.    Add in garlic & stire.  Cook 1 minute.

7.    Return meat to pot and add in coffee and beef broth. Stir well.

8.    Add tomatoes, stir in bacon.

9.    Cover with lid and let simmer over low-medium heat for 2-2.5 hours.  

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