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Old 11-21-2004, 05:47 PM   #11
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Have not tried Dave's stuff and probably will not. I like spicy food but not the hot stuff that makes you a dragon for hours afterwards. When the mouth gets to burning, nothing helps. LEFSElover says milk and it does work to a degree, some people use sugar but that is only a temporary solution to breathing fire. The only perfect solution is to not eat the hot stuff you know you cannot handle. Personally I would not be in the same kitchen with a habanero chilli or in the same house with a scotch bonnet. I avoid them in the produce department.
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Old 11-21-2004, 05:51 PM   #12
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Have not tried Dave's stuff and probably will not. I like spicy food but not the hot stuff that makes you a dragon for hours afterwards. When the mouth gets to burning, nothing helps. LEFSElover says milk and it does work to a degree, some people use sugar but that is only a temporary solution to breathing fire. The only perfect solution is to not eat the hot stuff you know you cannot handle. Personally I would not be in the same kitchen with a habanero chilli or in the same house with a scotch bonnet. I avoid them in the produce department.
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Kleenex, you are right, when it comes to that kind of HOT I am a wimp, gringo. I do have Franks Hot Sauce in my house and do use it sparingly, use green tabasco too.
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Old 11-23-2004, 11:16 AM   #13
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I have had that. Also tried the Zesty butter popcorn by Act 2. That has great savory flavor, all that's needed is an extra sprinkling of ground habanero.
I also tried those Death Rain chips from Blair's. The hottest ones were really good (can't recall what they were called), but the others (bbq and one other one) were a real disappointment.
Another thing I tried and liked was the jar of Red Savina "Red Hot Chipnuts" (roasted peanuts with a potato coating). They could be hotter, mind you, but they were hot enough to be pretty addictive. :)
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Old 11-23-2004, 06:25 PM   #14
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I have had that. Also tried the Zesty butter popcorn by Act 2. That has great savory flavor, all that's needed is an extra sprinkling of ground habanero.
I also tried those Death Rain chips from Blair's. The hottest ones were really good (can't recall what they were called), but the others (bbq and one other one) were a real disappointment.
Another thing I tried and liked was the jar of Red Savina "Red Hot Chipnuts" (roasted peanuts with a potato coating). They could be hotter, mind you, but they were hot enough to be pretty addictive. :)
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