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Jalapeno good, Habanero bad....

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by chevyfumes, Jun 1, 2005.

  1. chevyfumes

    chevyfumes Court jester

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    Been on a pepper buzz lately and the jalapenos just were not cutting it any longer, so me in my infinate wisdom decided to bump it up to some Habaneros, I cut the tops off and stuffed them with cream cheese and grilled them...Needless to say I only ate one of the 2 that I grilled before the burning began.. My mouth stoped burning the next day but my hands, just from touching them still burn and everything I touch on my body with my hands burns as well as my rear end.... :blush: So just keep this in mind if you ever want to think about trying one.... :D
     
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    I sell some shake on spices in both flavors at my store ( owner of spice place golfs with my appliance companies owner ) ...... damn hot but damn good on grilled meats :D
     
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    Just make sure you don't touch your junk after touching them :shame: ........don't ask how I know......... :whistle:
     
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    Are they naturally or artificially flavoured?
     
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    It won't make any difference after 8 hours.
     
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    Try the Red Savina variety of the Habenero :eek1: :eek1: :eek1: :eek1:
     
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    want me to send you a jar of the ones we pack? Paul (Canmore) said they were hotter than what he's used to. need to mention that they are slices so you can't stuff and grill them like that.
     
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    I just read a scoville chart and Jalops are only 5000 and the habaneros were about 350,000 units.... :blush: I figure I need something in the neighborhood of about 20,000 to ring my bell and give me that buzz I want, think I'll try some Serranos ... :D
     
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    Whew!!!! I love hot peppers. I can eat a whole jar in one sitting. Trust me when I tell you that Jon's company puts out some seriously hot jalapenos. I can only handle half a dozen little slices before I'm forced to quit.

    All bow to the Pickle King!!! :bow:
     
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    The wife just brought home some serranos, They rock, I grilled one on the range and then stuffed it with cream cheese, too bad there so thin... :(
     
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    fresh habeneros are brutal :angry1: hershey's syrup helps after though! :yikes:
     
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    Each jar is made from one pound of AZ grown peppers :D
     
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    Wow, I might need to PM you
     
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    Where did you read this chart 'fumes? sounds interesting
     
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    Hard to get fresh habaneros were I live cept certain times of the Year when Mexes from down south bring them up and sell them. But I usually keep a jar of these on hand for emergencys.
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    I grow some killer serrano peppers in my pepper patch in my back yard. I really like them. :thumb: They have a great taste. Wish i could grow habaneros but its just a little too cold where i live. I have tried but usually only get a couple of peppers off a plant and the plants are real small.
     
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    Putting out the fire

    You have to go runnig for the milk and cheese ,,,that is the only thing that realy works . Water is a waste of time .
     
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    Putting out the fire

    You have to go running for the milk and cheese ,,,that is the only thing that realy works . Water is a waste of time .
     
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    Fumes, you're such a white boy :D

    Your butthole doesn't like you much, does it????????????? :D

    If y'all think that Habaneros are bad news, I was treated to a little pepper from Guam years ago. I think that little thing took away my ability to stomach spicy food. That little sumbitch could probably strip paint, it was just that dang hot.......................
     
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    Don't be handlin the wifes "junk" either after handling the habaneros, ask Melinda how we know!
     
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