Ask a Texan where chili came from, and he'll probably insist it came from Texas. It's easy to understand why he'd say that considering how short Texas has been lately on exports they can be proud of. But the truth is long before former governors inflicted their ridiculous policies on the rest of the world, long before Davy Crockett bravely fought to prevent Mexicans from taking back their own land, long before Columbus "discovered" land the natives had known about for some time, Inca, Aztec and Mayan Indians were mixing meat, beans, peppers and herbs together to make a dish known for its superb flavor and remarkable ability... More >>>