Back in the 1940s Ray DeFrates and Gus Belt (founder of Steak & Shake) were in a big poker game. Ray (who was holding a full house of Jacks over sevens) needed to see a raise in the pot by Gus. And he was out of cash in a table stakes game. So, he offered the recipe for his well know and hot selling chilli. Ooooops, Gus Belt was holding a Queen-high straight flush in Clubs. Thus was born Steak & Shake's chilli. While it has mutated some over the years - the basis is still the old Ray's Chilli recipe.
You can get the spices and a recipe "This mix contains the finest ingredients and recipe card for both cubed and ground meat to make a pot of chilli that can compete with world champions. In fact, this mix contains the same ingredients found in the 2009 International Chili Society World Champion's pot of traditional Red chilli."
You can buy the spices or the chilli (already canned) from: http://www.rayschilli.com
And shipping/handling/taxes are already included in the prices posted.
I don't work there, nor own stock. But, Jay and Rex (the owners) are friends and competitors on the ICS Chili Cook-off circuit. Good folks with great products.
By visiting their web site to confirm what I was going to post I also learned something that Jay ought to brag about more - but, doesn't, at least not in person ... "New York Times
hands down Taste Test WINNER!