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    Dang, I should have used that as ny board name! lol Anyway, does anybody use it? We have a neighbor that LOVES hot sauce and uses lots of it. He invited us over for chili one night. We were all sitting there with tears streaming down our cheeks because he had used so much hot sauce. His wife, whose whole face was wet choked and said, "Geez, did you stub your toe with the hot sauce, honey?" She even went and got milk and glasses so our throats wouldn't burn lol
    Anyway, he bragged that they didn't make a sauce hot enough for him. There began my husband's quest for the hottest sauce he could find. The problem was, he doesn't like hot sauce so tasting it was out of the question.
    When we were in Gatlinburg (Hi, shooter! lol), we saw a little shop that sold all kinds of hot sauce. My husband went in and told them he needed the HOTTEST sauce they had. Some of them had the funniest names. Anyway, this guys hands him a jar of hot sauce that said, "Colon Blow". We were dying laughing. The clerk said, This will take the paint off of your car". So, my husband buys it
    He was just itchin to give it to our neighbor who happened to be eating chili when my husband went over. My husband warned him one drop will do ya but this guy put like only 3 drops in his chili. All of a sudden, he jumps up, runs to the fridge, grabs the milk and starts chugging. He has his hand on the icemaker and he's drinking milk and spitting out ice, drnking milk and spitting out ice. He looked at my husband and said, GEEEEEZ! lol! I asked him the other night if he ever used anymore and he said, ""H*** no! After that, my lips were numb for three hours!" LOL!

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    I've tried a few specialty brands like "Fire in the Hole", "Butt Burner" and "Texas Tongue Torch"... but all were kind of weak.

    After many months of searching.... I found a product called "Pyro" that comes in a eye-dropper.

    The two ingredients listed on the bottle:

    OLEORESIN CAPSICUM (OC)
    CANOLA OIL

    I tried it and let's just say, it's hot... remember the scene in Aliens when the alien blood splattered on the face of the soldiers?

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    • #3
      The hottest I've EVER had was at a local BBQ. It's something called 'PURE INSANITY'. The 'warning' label(yep!) says people with heart conditions/pacemakers should NOT use it. It also makes referrence to being used as a floor cleaner.
      "When you guys get home and face an anti-war protester, look him in the eyes and shake his hand. Then, wink at his girlfriend, because she knows she's dating a *****."
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      • #4
        I like hot sauce but it gives me terrible indigestion. The other night, I rebelled against my innards and had a cheese, onion and jalepeno pepper pizza. YUM! But, I paid dearly. My innards won. Never again I had the WORST indigestion ever, even with drinking lots of milk!
        And, Occiferdave (I love that name), this hot sauce we bought SHOULD be applied with an eye dropper. Our neighbor is a hot sauce connisseur and he said he has NEVER tasted anything hotter. There probably is something though somewhere.

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        • #5
          i usually use "Blair's After Death" when i need heat. BELIEVE ME, a little goes a looooooong way...and i mean just a little!!
          I'll post, You argue.

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          • #6
            Well thanks a lot!! Now you have me yearning for a big bowl of chili instead of this dumb macaroni & cheese thing I now have in the oven!!
            And I bet Klar will be drooling over this thread too!

            I'd make some now but nobody carries the REAL hot sauces around here... I think I live in the City of Wimps. There was only one place that made chili from scratch, LOU'S,.. Rambo Chili... if you ate a bowl of it you got your name placed on the wall, but he closed down *sniff*,*sniff* gosh, I miss that place..
            " Life's disappointments are harder to take when you don't know any swear words." - Calvin

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            • #7
              I can't handle hot stuff but my lunch buddy likes all kinds of peppers & hot sauces. My wife made some salsa & made one batch mild & the other batch HOT. We thought the hot batch was EXTREMELY HOT but Keith just took it in stride, smacked his lips, & said he could do with another jar. We took him several jars just to get rid of it.

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              • #8
                At one of our local malls, there is a store called the "Chili Trader" or the "Hot Chili Pepper Trader" (or something like that). They have one (which I can't remember the name) that claims to be something like 16 or 20 million Scoville Units. Let me tell you, it is extrememly hot. Now I always like the hottest sauce availible on my tacos, chili, etc., but this was rediculous. It ever has a warning label that reads something like this, "Warning: May cause chemical skin burns if it comes in contact with skins." It even has very detailed instructions for treatment. I seem to recall there also being some sort of warning about possible perminant injury to the eyes, but I could be wrong. I just looked at the heat cartrige for my ASP Key Defender (10% OC), and it is only 2 million SVU's.
                Sincerely,

                Jeffrey

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                • #9
                  Sorry, I cancelled caue I talk too much in here and take up too much bandwidth! lol

                  [ 03-05-2002: Message edited by: Mitzi ]

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by 207:
                    There was only one place that made chili from scratch, LOU'S,.. Rambo Chili... if you ate a bowl of it you got your name placed on the wall, but he closed down *sniff*,*sniff* gosh, I miss that place..
                    Did you get your name on the wall? and I don't mean the wall in the girl's bathroom! (you could always spray a little of your pepper spray into your chili, I read something somewhere (on here????) about someone cooking with it, it had to be diluted many many times!!!!
                    Have you ever noticed? Anybody going slower than you is an idiot, and anyone going faster than you is a maniac.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Fast_1:

                      Did you get your name on the wall? and I don't mean the wall in the girl's bathroom! (you could always spray a little of your pepper spray into your chili, I read something somewhere (on here????) about someone cooking with it, it had to be diluted many many times!!!!
                      Oh yeah, Lou's was a great place.. He'd take your order and ask "you hungry today?" If you said yes, he would load up the plate with what ever you ordered.

                      No, I wouldn't spray OC on anything.. I'll stick to the real jalapeno or scotch bonnet peppers!
                      " Life's disappointments are harder to take when you don't know any swear words." - Calvin

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                      • #12
                        It may surprise a lot of you but I am not really into hot and spicy foods. Granted they are the only things I can taste as my taste buds are very weak. If it is spicy enough for me to taste it it is burning a lot of normal peoples mouths. I can make tacos that will set a nice warm fire in your tummy (ask dms525 he can vouche for it). I do not eat as much spice as I used to but I can tell you that milk is not the best way to get the burning out of your mouth. A plain slice of bread that you let sit in your mouth to soak up the oils that are the prime ingrediant for hot sauses is the best way to go. Milk sooths the oil and the burning but bread, or even crackers, is much better. That is why people associate crackers with chili.

                        Klar
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                        • #13
                          I get heartburn just reading this thread! lol I never ate hot sauces growing up. I like them now but they don't like me.
                          The sauce we gave our friend had haberos (sp?) in it. He says he still has it but doubts he will ever use it. And this guy LOVES hot sauce. We went to a restaurant once where he actually asked the manager to go across the street to another restaurant and get their hot sauce because it was hotter. Everyone laughed until we realized he wasn't kidding! The manager was not amused. Neither were we. We rarely go out with him because he's such a pain in the butt about everything. Everything has to be perfect and he has to think of a way to always get more of something then they usually serve. He's a pain in the butt to go out to eat with.

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                          • #14
                            We got all kind of hot down here but the best are cayenne peppers and the ones that come from Avery Island, that's all they do down there is grow hot peppers.
                            Stay safe and watch your back. Survived Katrina. Now a Official member of the Chocolate City Police.

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