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    Quote Originally Posted by riverbilly View Post
    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.


    Well anything with cheese, sausage and bacon HAS to be good! Right?

    And the guttin' of a pepper is a very original thought. I think we'll do that sometime this Summer for our "end of Summer party"

    Oh, and by the way...welcome to the forum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by caseywise View Post
    i almost forgot another one of my favs- kimchi.
    great flavor!

    I've heard it's really good but smells like......um, er, well it doesn't smell very good.

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    I remember the first time I saw a Habenero (spelling) ok Scotch Bonnet.

    It was back in 1993 I guess. I was having lunch with some friends at work and one of my frineds was a Texican. As I sat there eating my bologna sanwich he asked if I'd like a small bell pepper along with my sandwich. I had never seen one so small so thought I'd try it. I bit into the pepper and got about half of it in my mouth and was chewing, when the the explative,"S.O.B." came out!
    Jose was pissing his pants laughing at me! That pepper was so hot it was poisonous!
    That was my introduction to really hot peppers!

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    Last night I was foolish enough to put something called "Pain 100%" on my pulled pork
    It's a thick habanero sauce that comes in a 1/2 pint, hipflask type bottle

    I'm paying for it big time right now
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rip Tide View Post
    Last night I was foolish enough to put something called "Pain 100%" on my pulled pork
    It's a thick habanero sauce that comes in a 1/2 pint, hipflask type bottle

    I'm paying for it big time right now

    owe!!

    i'll stick with siracha and tabasco


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    Quote Originally Posted by john2snakes View Post
    I remember the first time I saw a Habenero (spelling) ok Scotch Bonnet.

    It was back in 1993 I guess. I was having lunch with some friends at work and one of my frineds was a Texican. As I sat there eating my bologna sanwich he asked if I'd like a small bell pepper along with my sandwich. I had never seen one so small so thought I'd try it. I bit into the pepper and got about half of it in my mouth and was chewing, when the the explative,"S.O.B." came out!
    Jose was pissing his pants laughing at me! That pepper was so hot it was poisonous!
    That was my introduction to really hot peppers!

    Oh man, that's a rough introduction!

    Just curious....how did you get even with him?


    Quote Originally Posted by Rip Tide View Post
    Last night I was foolish enough to put something called "Pain 100%" on my pulled pork
    It's a thick habanero sauce that comes in a 1/2 pint, hipflask type bottle

    I'm paying for it big time right now
    That adds meaning to the ol' Cheech and Chong phrase..."Come on ice cream!"

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    Me, I like peppers, yep. But I learned something a long time back, be careful what you touch and always do a touch test using a small implement to taste with before you get carried away.

    Peppers are like salt and any other spice for cooking. They can be analogized with a hair cut or cutting a board; you can always take some more off but you can't put any back With the spices, you can always add more but you can't take any out............

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    my problem with hot sauces is that they are too salty

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    siracha

    best spicy condiment ever

    casey


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    for all you fellow spicy peanut fiends-



    !!

    casey


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rip Tide View Post
    Last night I was foolish enough to put something called "Pain 100%" on my pulled pork
    It's a thick habanero sauce that comes in a 1/2 pint, hipflask type bottle

    I'm paying for it big time right now
    In our out

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