here is my mother's chili recipe, now made vegan by me. adding the real thing wouldn't be hard though. this recipe makes a lot of food, but it's good to freeze and is also great to share.
-lots of garlic
-as little or as much onion as you like
-tomato paste, sauce, and whole tomatoes (i use the canned ones)
-kidney beans and red beans (3 of each)
(as you are doing these first steps, make sure you have some hot water boiling)
1: put oil, salt, something like 3tbs chili powder, and maybe 1 1/2 tbs of cumin in the pot. heat it up and then sautee the onion and garlic
2: add the meat and more olive oil and about half a can of tomato paste.
3: add tomato sauce and soy sauce to taste (soy sauce gives a nice salty meaty flavor)
4: cut or tear apart the whole tomatoes and add them.
5: add the beans
6: add enough hot water to cover the beans. add a carrot, to soak up the acidity. once the dish is done, take the carrots out and throw them away.
7: stir the chili every half hour. once it starts boiling turn the heat down to a simmer. cook for up to 2 hours.
(i know all the measurements are ridiculous, but seriously. this is the easiest thing to cook in the universe. the worst thing you can do to it is burn it.)