COMMENTARY: The perfect recipe for Texas chili … has beans — get over it

The temperature is 48 degrees, it’s windy and it’s raining as I am writing this, and temperatures are expected to drop down to 35 by morning. By the time you read this, temperatures will have risen to a more reasonable 50-plus degrees.
This is not a column devoted to the weather. It is instead an observation of the two days out of the year in which we get to experience a climate that isn’t hot as hell.
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