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xannie_01

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The World's Hottest Chile Thu, 02/22/07 8:51 PM (permalink)
 
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    MilwFoodlovers

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    RE: The World's Hottest Chile Fri, 02/23/07 8:03 AM (permalink)
    My bhut will be doing the jolokia dance after eating one of those.
     
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      Theedge

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      RE: The World's Hottest Chile Fri, 02/23/07 8:36 AM (permalink)
      That's cool, but I wonder what it tastes like? Hot is all well and good but things like jalapenos and habaeros have unique flavors as well. I just wonder if this pepper has any other qualities?
       
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        CajunKing

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        RE: The World's Hottest Chile Fri, 02/23/07 11:07 AM (permalink)
        Edge

        I agree with you, heat is neat but taste is better. I have some of Blair's reserve sauces that measure 1 mil plus SHU, but they are all heat and no taste

        Xannie

        Thanks for posting the article, I may have to order some of those plants and try for my self.

         
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          improviser

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          RE: The World's Hottest Chile Fri, 02/23/07 11:47 AM (permalink)
          Anyone remember the episode of the Simpsons where Homer eats the chili made with the Guatemalan insanity peppers of Quetzlzacatanango (No, I'm don't have that phrase memorized, I'm not that much of a nerd.I looked it up on google, took me forever) and then goes insane and hallucinates?

          I wonder how these peppers stack up to the ones in that episode. If eating chili can cause me to talk to a cartoon coyote voiced by Johnny Cash, I'm all for it.
           
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            syrup

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            RE: The World's Hottest Chile Tue, 03/27/07 3:09 PM (permalink)
            That's a great episode with many memorable lines:

            He thinks he's the Pope of Chilitown. What Chief Wiggum say as Homer approaches the chili pot.

            Is That Dad? Either that or Batman has really let himself go. What Bart and Lisa say to each other when they see Homer giant shadow reflected by the lighthouse.
             
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