Which do you prefer?
Super duper. If it doesn't make me sweat, it's not spicy.
more capsiacin please
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There are three spices to cooking. Salt, pepper, and ketchup. I prefer bland.
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Can't have anything stronger than medium in the house. Wife and at least one of the kids can't even tolerate mild. Me? I put salsa on burgers, meatloaf, eggs, sammiches, nachos. I've even spiced up Mac and Cheese with the stuff.
I generally use salsa instead of ketchup/catsup.
Super-duper-burn-my-tongue-make-me-see-lucifer-later-on-the-toilet Hot! Yep!
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As for the heat issue, The Speaker of the House considers anything with flavor to be "too hot" whereas I like everything Chernobyl strength. If my ear drums sweat, I know I've got it about right.
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I have a sausage/eggs/cheese/potato breakfast bowl just about every morning; before my present treatment of Frank's X-tra Hot in it, I was using the regular, laced with a spoonful of jolokia powder.
I have a selection of hot sauces to choose from right now, and the habanero is the best!
If I don't:
feel the burning taste buds;
breathe through my mouth,
then it's not hot.
Oh, yeah -- ordinary buffalo wings are a joke.
I like it pretty hot. As far as peppers eaten alone go:
Raw, fresh jalapenos = OK
Pickled habaneros = too hot
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I like hot. I add jalapenos to burgers, eggs, and sandwiches as well as add sriracha sauce to rice or noodle dishes.
Usually keep a couple rolls of TP in the fridge, ready to go.
you don't have wimp as a choice,ergo,i can't vote
Jalapenos do not phase me. Serranos without the seeds are fine. With the seeds they are a bit too much for me.
I'm from New England. I think ketchup is hot.
I can do mild....sometimes.
Salsa Vaya Ti
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Gimme something hot. However I had this hotsauce called death and it lived up to the name. One drop and your stomach would churn.
Every passing minute is another chance to turn it all around.
1 rung down from "Oh sweet lordy it's melting my teeth" hot.
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Mild to Medium. I want to actually taste the food I'm eating.
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Let's put it this way, Tobasco sauce is a beverage, and Cayene peppers are candy.
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So spicy I need Ice Cream later.......and not for eating (The ice cream, that is).
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