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Old 01-20-2012, 10:20 AM
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Default Re: You like it hot?

check out "You Can't Handle This Hot Sauce". i enjoy spicy food, and this sauce has goof flavor and plenty of heat. two years later, i'm still working on the same 5oz bottle; a couple of drops goes a long way. a great salsa i found is called "Phoenix", it's a tall slender jar. not too spicy, but great flavor and enough spice to keep the gentler palates out of your bowl.
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the tijuana flats ghost chili sauce is wimpy
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Default Re: You like it hot?

Hot and spicy is good... I use Mango-Habanero on my eggs and other assorted items...I also like a good spicy Thai dish with lots of those fine tiny peppers...Mmmm Mmmm!

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Default Re: You like it hot?

Dave's Insanity Sauce and Salsa is really good, but its also very very hot. however, I am a GIANT baby when it comes to hot stuff, i think Tabassco is too hot. I have some dried ghost chilies at home I'm giving to a friend of mine who is obsessed with hot stuff.
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I like to get a pile of dried Habaneros, soak them in Bourbon for a few weeks & use a few drops of that on eggs or anything to add just a little bit of oomph to the food. It adds just enough flavor & hot for me.
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Hi John,

I cook Thai and am getting better with my red curry. Mexican food is a regular here as well and I have a good book that helped me out a lot with more authentic food. The peppers are good in both styles of cooking but you must know where the line is. When you go too hot there is very little to taste. I think that getting the touch down so that you know it'll be spicy but tasty is where it's at with hot stuff.
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Default Re: You like it hot?

My neighbor grows habanero and scotch bonnets. They're prolific plants so to use them up we've take to making stuffed peppers with them. Cheese and sausage wrapped in bacon.

Also take the biggest one you can find, cut the top off and clean it out. Makes a tasty little shot glass for some good tequila.
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i tried a really nice spicy chinese mustard today that had alot of wasabi in it. what a jolt to the sinus.
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Hi John,

I cook Thai and am getting better with my red curry. Mexican food is a regular here as well and I have a good book that helped me out a lot with more authentic food. The peppers are good in both styles of cooking but you must know where the line is. When you go too hot there is very little to taste. I think that getting the touch down so that you know it'll be spicy but tasty is where it's at with hot stuff.
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Default Re: You like it hot?

i almost forgot another one of my favs- kimchi.
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