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  2. dfkt
    Chocolate Habanero on Camembert. First bite was tasty and fine, second bite did hurt quite a bit, third bite... I think I'm going to die. The fire just doesn't go away, even after 10 minutes. It's Dante's inferno.

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  3. kjpmkjp
    Mmmm, I haven't had chocolate Habanero in a long time.
     
    Though I get to pop Bird's Eye Chillies when I get bored at work. We always have a small bag for features kicking around somewhere. All the other cooks still think I'm nuts, and even more so when I remind them that these aren't all that bad.
     
  4. Landis Contributor


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    That looks pretty good...
     
     
    WAIT A SECOND!
     
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  5. dfkt
    Here's today's crime against tastebuds and the central nervous system. I put the rest of my homegrown Chocolates to (hopefully) good use - a mix of the usual Tabasco Sauce recipe and the widespread African way of preserving chilies in whisky, instead of vinegar. I let that concoction of Chocolate Habaneros, Scotch whisky, Himalaya salt rocks, and mono garlic cloves sit for a while and add more chilies when they're ripe. Not sure if I'll blend it when it's ready to go, but probably I will.
     
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  6. revolink24
    That looks like something that would come out of a deep underground lab.
     
  7. dfkt
    Thanks, the slightly insane look was what I was going for.
     
  8. Joelby
    That jar looks sinister! I could picture it in a horror movie gaining conciousness and turning your house into an episode like The Shining.
     
  9. hahahigh
    Anybody here use Spiracha sauce? It's in the bottle with a white rooster printed on it, and is common throughout Asian grocery stores and restaurants. You can even find it in places like Noodles and Company. It's not particularly hot but it does have a pleasing flavor that pairs well with pretty much anything out there - noodles, soups, hot dogs, fried chicken, etc etc. Good stuff.
     
  10. KimChee
    I use Spiracha when I eat Vietnamese food.  That and some Hoisen sauce..
     
  11. Jarmel
    I'm an evil bastard.  Last year I ordered the Blair's Ultra Death.  One of my roommates is a fan of hotsauce so I made a bet with him that if he could take a shot of the Ultra Death and not drink milk for 15 minutes then I would give him 40 bucks.  Another guy got dragged into this too(friend of a friend).  I already knew I was keeping my 40 bucks, I just wanted to see what would happen.  They both downed the shots and lasted 5 minutes before rushing to the toilet where they threw up for atleast a couple of hours.  I of course was laughing while they had their faces in the toilet.
     
  12. FallenAngel Contributor
    LOL!  Yes, you really are an evil bastard!  That sounds like a whole lot of fun, would have loved to see it!
     
  13. dfkt
  14. dfkt


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    The Asian food store finally got the "super hot" Sriracha sauce in! Never tried it before - it tastes amazing, so much smoky flavor. It's not "super hot" at all, maybe a bit more than Tabasco, but it's really tasty.

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  15. dfkt
    Semillas.de, a very reputable store where I buy my seeds, has the new ridiculously stupid 7Pot chili strain in stock, supposed to be even hotter than the Naga. All seeds are EUR 1,- at the moment, not the price that's on the site, according to their newsletter: http://www.semillas.de/cgi-bin/shop_en/shop.cgi?shop=&product=Peppers%20A&cart_id=8102160.17602
     
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