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Old 08-06-2013, 11:39 PM   #11
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Start adding a couple of pods to your homemade soups and stews, pot or individual bowls.. Star up some Asian cuisine with them Hot spicy dishes
If I do, I will not let the wife know of the spicy addition.


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If I do, I will not let the wife know of the spicy addition.
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Dry them, and grind them up, then they will keep, and you can add them to whatever you want.

Chili would be my best suggestion. Yumm!!
I do a lot of peppers this way. I have some crazy hot stuff that we have grown here for a while that I love to use when making chili. A little goes a long way The mix is a blend of cyan, habanero, jalapenos, and some sweet bananna pepper. Fantastic blend that works well sprinkles on a pizza too. But again..A little goes a long way. It's one of those deals where the next day you are praying for that water to splash up and cool things off

The wife has some pepper plant that grows these little black things that look like black blueberries that say they are edible but are extremely hot. Supposed to be some ornamental dealie. But the gauntlet has been thrown. I will eat one of these peppers. I have no choice. It said bad things about my Mamma. and only I say bad things about my Mamma
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I do a lot of peppers this way. I have some crazy hot stuff that we have grown here for a while that I love to use when making chili. A little goes a long way The mix is a blend of cyan, habanero, jalapenos, and some sweet bananna pepper. Fantastic blend that works well sprinkles on a pizza too. But again..A little goes a long way. It's one of those deals where the next day you are praying for that water to splash up and cool things off
Yeah, sounds......good? I think? LOL
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Man I do love hot food. It can come back to haunt you but damn it's good.
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Man I do love hot food. It can come back to haunt you but damn it's good.
i am the same way! i love hot and spicy foods that are flavorful.

my grandmother many years ago would take hot peppers and tie string around a bunch of them and hang them in her laundry room to dry out. when they were completely dried out, she would grind them up and make a dried seasoning with them.
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My house is good for a quart of sliced jalapeņos every two weeks...

Somewhere between San Marcos and Brownsville I gained a penchant for "hot".
Travel to VA regularly and ketchup is as spicy as it gets in most eateries there

Met a coworker in Chicago for a vendor meeting once, he was from India and suggested Indian cuisine...
Something got a hold of me that took two beers to quell to the point I could vocalize again!!!! That pepper was stupid caustic!
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i am the same way! i love hot and spicy foods that are flavorful.

my grandmother many years ago would take hot peppers and tie string around a bunch of them and hang them in her laundry room to dry out. when they were completely dried out, she would grind them up and make a dried seasoning with them.
That's how you do it!!.
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i am the same way! i love hot and spicy foods that are flavorful.

my grandmother many years ago would take hot peppers and tie string around a bunch of them and hang them in her laundry room to dry out. when they were completely dried out, she would grind them up and make a dried seasoning with them.
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I also grew up doing the same with my grams..
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A lot of spicy ideas.

I have been hitting the hot peppers that were previously pulled, nice reds ones!

Make a tasty omelet and add to peppers, chopped up. This Thursday is omelet day for the wife in the morning.


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