Watch this youtube video by Brad Bowers and learn how to “bake” Pueblo Green Chili, in a recipe that includes puree’d tomatoes (you can instead use fresh tomatoes and dice them up, and add onions). Locals in Pueblo like to use pork, bought from local butchers including Double J’s Meats or Franks, then diced up. Sirloin tips may also be used as an alternative to pork. Some use water instead of chicken stock. The recipe may also be cooked in a crock pot by putting ingredients together and cooking about 4-5 hours on high, or 6-8 hours on low. Brad Bowers, who posted this on Facebook and made the video, is a professor of history at PCC and a former adjunct professor at CSU-Pueblo.