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    A long time ago ( in a galaxy far, far... nerd alert! ) I was eating dinner in Truth Or Consequences, New Mexico, just before heading to Elephant Butte for a weekend on the water. I ate a lightly grilled jalepeno after my friend's dad downed one and asked if I'd like one too. I spent the next 15 minutes gasping for air and clutching any available fluids. Not sure where they got those peppers, but I sure as hell won't ever forget it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rinkrat View Post
    I have eaten some Indian curry that would curl your hair.
    That would be a nice trick!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KickEm View Post
    I have tried Dave's Insanity Sauce: Served out of an eye dropper from a one or two ounce bottle that was housed within an amber perscription looking bottle with a child resistant lid. To me, that isn't a food anymore. (Plus it was too fu****g HOT to appreciate any flavor.)

    The hottest palatable sauce I've had is called "Fear Itself." It's a roasted habanero sauce I first tried in Vancouver, BC. Turns out, it is actually made there. Yes a Canadian hot sauce!!

    A little bit of this stuff goes a long way, and the over zealous (such as myself) will get a rude awakening and will be yelling/begging the bartender for a glass of milk.

    Used VERY sparingly, it has got some great smokey flavor, aside from the kick.
    The stuff in the amber bottle is called pure cap i think, and yes, more than 2 drops and its over.

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    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MvK2Y1hv9mY]YouTube - Rob Stone vs. NMSU's Chile Peppers[/ame]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lososaurus View Post
    YouTube - Rob Stone vs. NMSU's Chile Peppers
    Yea, I don't know what them Aggies are up to down there. It's like they're trying to grow 'weapons grade' chiles. And it's probably no farkin coincidence that where I ate my hottest chile ever was in close proximity to that field.

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    The Merciless Pepper of Quetzalzatenango!!!

    (otherwise known as Guatemalan Insanity Pepper)


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    Birmingham, England has a large Indian population and the restaurants there are excellent. 30 years ago, on my first trip to an Indian eating establishment there I boldly ordered lamb vindaloo prepared "spicy". My English friends tried to dissuade me but... Oh my God!!! Shock and pain! I learned my lesson quickly.

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    I've bit into some pepper at a chinese restaurant in South Pasadena. it was OMG so burning hot my ears just about blew the drums out.

    one other night (henry1515 should remember that) I had a small yellow pepper (habanero? at Chris n Pitts in Downey) and ended up the same way.
    I BELIEVE I'll have another beer!

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    I eat at a Thai place all the time. I overheard the person behind us order their dish " Thai Spicey". I like hot stuff so I thought I'd order mine the same. That stuff SMOKED me!

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    I had some Jamaican jerk chicken that had to be one of the hottest things Ive ever had,aside from hot sauces.
    If a ram is a sheep and a mule is an ass,why is a ram in the ass a goose?

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