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Topic: Spicy Food/hot Sauce Lovers?
Username: Pilottj
Posted 2005-03-31 04:01:27 and read 1820 times.

Hey folks

I have been a fan of anything hot since I was a kid. When I went to ERAU Prescott, I was introduced to the habanero pepper. I went to a little tourist shop there and bought me a bottle of Habenero 750. That stuff is habanero pepper extract, I would be lying if I said it wasn't that hot. Being that I love hot foods, I am a big fan of Mexican, Thai, Indian quisines. Do you have any good hot food stories or recipies?

Cheers
TJ

Topic: RE: Spicy Food/hot Sauce Lovers?
Username: Acidradio
Posted 2005-03-31 11:25:07 and read 1785 times.

Do you ever have mango pickle with your food? An Indian friend of mine invites me over for dinner once in a while and offers that with his food. All I can say is Rocket Fuel! (note: Indian folks out there may disagree with me and say there is something hotter out there - if there is, please point me in its direction)

I'd sound like a drunk if I said "Spices are the spice of life..." but, well, they kind of are.

Topic: RE: Spicy Food/hot Sauce Lovers?
Username: DIJKKIJK
Posted 2005-03-31 12:53:01 and read 1776 times.

Have you heard of Madam Jeanette peppers?

It is an integral part of most carribean cuisines and they use loads of it. Once you eat the Chutney made out of that, you'll want Indian Mango Pickle as dessert, believe me!

Topic: RE: Spicy Food/hot Sauce Lovers?
Username: Pe@rson
Posted 2005-03-31 14:03:23 and read 1770 times.

I like very hot food, especially curry.

Topic: RE: Spicy Food/hot Sauce Lovers?
Username: KROC
Posted 2005-03-31 14:14:52 and read 1766 times.

I love hot and spicy food. I don't cook unless I have a bottle of hot sauce to one side and a container of cayan (sp) pepper to the other. I like habanero as well, but I don't like it when the hotness over powers all taste of the food.

Topic: RE: Spicy Food/hot Sauce Lovers?
Username: LHMARK
Posted 2005-03-31 14:34:18 and read 1759 times.

Dave's Insanity sauce straddles the line between "condiment," which you can sprinkle on your food, and "food additive," one drop of which will turn a gallon of sauce into a raging inferno. The stuff is fantastic.

Topic: RE: Spicy Food/hot Sauce Lovers?
Username: Garnetpalmetto
Posted 2005-03-31 16:57:57 and read 1737 times.

I love spicy foods. Mexican, Thai, Korean, Cajun...it's all good. I must say I prefer chipotles over habaneros though - there's something about that smoky, spicy taste that I like better than straight heat. Excellent way to make better fajitas is to marinate the beef with 1-2 chopped chipotles and some of the adobo sauce they come in.

Topic: RE: Spicy Food/hot Sauce Lovers?
Username: 777DadandJr
Posted 2005-03-31 17:48:39 and read 1732 times.

I can handle moderately spicy foods. But the thing I don't like is the next day when my a**hole turns into an afterburner!  rotfl 

I do love Mexican, Thai, etc. as long as it's not on fire.

I grow and make my own salsa each summer. The family loves it. It's spiked with Tequila!

Russ

Topic: RE: Spicy Food/hot Sauce Lovers?
Username: Superfly
Posted 2005-03-31 18:34:34 and read 1726 times.

Count me in me!
I love spicy foods!
Some times when I get drunk, I like to eat a whole raw jalapeƱos pepper.
I also keep McHiliney Tabasco sauce in the kitchen and have it almost everything I eat.

I think I was feed this as a kid? Big grin

Topic: RE: Spicy Food/hot Sauce Lovers?
Username: BCAInfoSys
Posted 2005-03-31 19:12:48 and read 1722 times.

Being the poor, starving college student that I am.. hot sauce is practically a neccessity to spicy up those bland $0.99 Banquet frozen meals. I use hot sauce on everything.. frozen meals, Hawaiian pizza, chicken nuggets, corn.. anything! I mean, it's like $1.25 a bottle and it will last FOREVER! It's right up there with bread as a staple in my cupboard.

My personal favorite is:



It is SOOO good! Way better then Tabasco or that other crap.

Steve

Topic: RE: Spicy Food/hot Sauce Lovers?
Username: Superfly
Posted 2005-03-31 19:19:13 and read 1711 times.

Quoting BCAInfoSys (Reply 9):
It is SOOO good! Way better then Tabasco or that other crap.

I disagree.
That Tapatio stuff can be used as eye drops. That stuff is weak!
Tapatio has a decent flavor but hardly a 'hot' sauce.


Topic: RE: Spicy Food/hot Sauce Lovers?
Username: Garnetpalmetto
Posted 2005-03-31 19:34:51 and read 1705 times.

Anyone else ever try this stuff?



Tried it one time at a local Mexican place at a salsa tasting. Good grief....I never before encountered a sauce I thought was "too hot" until that day.

Topic: RE: Spicy Food/hot Sauce Lovers?
Username: Superfly
Posted 2005-03-31 20:14:05 and read 1701 times.

I've been told that this is good stuff too.




Mega Death
Unreal Heat is Blended with Molasses. It may fool the mouth in its deceiving heat. Of course as the sweat pours off your brow, You know Mega Death was there Just when you thought it couldnt get hotter.It Did
Ingredients:
Habaneros, Cayenne, Ancho, Extracts in the Millions of Scoville Units, Plus the unique taste of Fresh Ginger, Molasses, and Guava Nectar Wrapped up in a Holographic Labeled Bottle.

Topic: RE: Spicy Food/hot Sauce Lovers?
Username: Pilottj
Posted 2005-04-01 05:05:57 and read 1678 times.



I bought that stuff 4 years ago and I've barely dented a quarter of the bottle. Just put two or three drops in a pot of chili and that stuff will be just right for us hotheads. This is the kind of stuff where you need ice cream for your mouth and for your ass afterwards.

My regular stuff is AZ Gunslinger Hab or Jal sauce.


As much as I love heat, I love flavor too, so I also enjoy the green jalepeno sauces as well. There are quite a few good Mexican places up here in the Santa Rosa area.

Cheers
TJ

Topic: RE: Spicy Food/hot Sauce Lovers?
Username: BCAInfoSys
Posted 2005-04-01 05:27:06 and read 1675 times.

Quoting Superfly (Reply 10):
I disagree.
That Tapatio stuff can be used as eye drops. That stuff is weak!
Tapatio has a decent flavor but hardly a 'hot' sauce.

I guess that's the difference between you and me. I'm not looking for a serious mind-blowing kind of heat. I just like having a little bit of spice as accent. Tapatio has the flavor and a tolerable amount of heat. Truth be told, I'm actually kind of a wuss when it comes to spicy food.  embarrassed 

Now if you'll pardon me.. I'm gonna go get my ass drunk as it's my 22nd birthday. "Good motherf*ckin choice motherf*uckers, I'm Samuel Jackson!"  drunk 

Steve

Topic: RE: Spicy Food/hot Sauce Lovers?
Username: N1120A
Posted 2005-04-01 07:33:02 and read 1660 times.

Quoting Pe@rson (Reply 3):
I like very hot food, especially curry.

Curries in the UK are not hot by any stretch

Quoting KROC (Reply 4):
I don't cook unless I have a bottle of hot sauce to one side and a container of cayan (sp) pepper to the other.

Cayenne. What bottle?

Quoting Superfly (Reply 10):
I disagree.
That Tapatio stuff can be used as eye drops. That stuff is weak!
Tapatio has a decent flavor but hardly a 'hot' sauce.

Not only does Tapatio taste better than Crapbasco (love the newer Chiplote Tabasco flavor though), it gives a higher quality heat. You feel it more where you should and none of that vinegar acidity. Still, nothing beats Cholula.

Quoting BCAInfoSys (Reply 14):
Now if you'll pardon me.. I'm gonna go get my ass drunk as it's my 22nd birthday.

Happy Birthday Steve. Lots to congratulate you for lately. BTW, clean up that diet and do some real cooking brother.

Topic: RE: Spicy Food/hot Sauce Lovers?
Username: Allstarflyer
Posted 2005-04-01 07:49:33 and read 1659 times.

Maybe someone can help me out. A place nearby - Buffalo Wing Factory - advertises something called "Flatliners". They make people sign a medical waiver before they eat them. I've been able to put down 10 of the ones just below Flatliners, which are called Torrid Zone. The guys there, though, let me try Flatliner sauce and I was in the bathroom trying to get the stuff off my tongue, I put sugar on my tongue, I spit it out as best I could - I want to conquer this stuff, and I need some help as to how to approach it. Just do it? Get better at Torrid Zone? Down a bottle of Ammodium AD prior to consumption? Have some warm water nearby (the guy at the bar said that keeps the tongue open for all the sauce to be washed down)? Guy sitting nearby at the bar was laughing, saying he's watched people walk around outside trying to get their stuff together, run to bathroom, quit after 1 or 2, all sorts of stuff. I want to conquer them, but if there's a more intelligent way to do it, then let me know. Work smarter, not harder.

-R

Topic: RE: Spicy Food/hot Sauce Lovers?
Username: Airlinerfreak
Posted 2005-04-01 08:45:56 and read 1651 times.

I do enjoy spicy foods and the hottest sauce I ever found was at a Mexican restaurant in Cabo San Lucas called La Casa. I asked them for hot sauce, and they said really hot, and I said sure thinking it was going to be very bland. Little did I know it was a mix of Habeneros and other Hot Sauces, Ouch. But if you are ever in Cabo, go to La Casa, it is a good real Mexican Food restaurant, not that TexMex stuff.

Topic: RE: Spicy Food/hot Sauce Lovers?
Username: MxCtrlr
Posted 2005-04-01 08:59:45 and read 1648 times.

Quoting LHMARK (Reply 5):
Dave's Insanity sauce straddles the line between "condiment," which you can sprinkle on your food, and "food additive," one drop of which will turn a gallon of sauce into a raging inferno. The stuff is fantastic.

Dave's Instanity Sauce  hot  is great but Dave's Limited Edition Insanity Sauce  melting  is freaking, ass-blasting HOT! With the regular Dave's, you use 1/2 a teaspoon in 5 pounds of ground beef; with the Limited Edition, you're talking 1/2 drops!

MxCtrlr  bouncy 


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