I have an idea- take that "chili" and set it aside for a minute- Need: food processor take a 1⁄2 lb vienna beef hot dogs, (skinless) run it thru the processor with a little water until finely ground add that and following to a mixing bowl: 1 onion, finely chopped 3 tablespoons ground cumin 3 tablespoons mild paprika 2 tablespoons chili powder 2 cups water add the "chili" meat and mix well with all ingredients above (including ground hot dog) saute mix in pan (cast iron if you got one) at med/high heat - if your "chili" meat was "no add" you may want to add 2 tblsp butter or a little pork fat. It should be moist but not soupy when you are done. that's it- but be prepared for the best Coney Sauce you've ever had. Put it on hot dogs (Vienna natural cased frankfurters are best. Dietz and Watson if you can find them. I would say Koegel's but those are a Michigan thing and unless you have a hook up you won't find them. D&W are the closest I've found.) Also really good on top of nachos, and as a stuffing in stuffed peppers. As any Michigander knows, there is a difference between a Coney dog and a chili dog. Chili dogs have a soupy chili on top (beans or not.) Coney dogs have a semi-dry very finely seasoned ground meat mix as described above, and are typically topped with very finely chopped white onions. Additional condiments of your choice.