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post #1 of 33 (permalink) Old 11-12-2008, 06:46 PM
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What kinda spicy food do you like, and

What's the hottest stuff you've ever eaten? How was it I'm always up for a challenge with hotter and more exotic hot sauces... any experiences?
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A sushi roll with just straight wasabi and rice in it.

It was terrible, hahahahahahaha!
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A sushi roll with just straight wasabi and rice in it.

It was terrible, hahahahahahaha!
Haha niiiiiice! wasabi is a great blast to the sinuses, (i've snorted it once) but it doesn't linger and burn you. Which is what makes it extra fun to use excessive amounts. Try Mad Dog Inferno on a piece of pizza!
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you got pho` in canada? just go there and dump in as much of the chili paste, "rooster" sauce, jalapenos, etc. you can handle.


its the best when you have a really bad cold and any kind of congestion. clears it right up and it tastes amazing...
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If ur really up for a challenge try (if these are in your area)

Quaker Steak and Lube atomic wings. If you can eat them you get your name on the wall.
Don't you have to sign a waiver to eat those?

Not that hot, but you should try BW3's Blazin sauce...it's laughable!
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I usually can tell good sushi restaurant if they have Wasabi tobiko.
But I found Habanero tobiko to be better:
as seen here as the "red eggs"

At O's in Buffalo, I get a habanero tobiko roll with eel, cream cheese and tempura crunch.

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1) In the East a good pepper relish on subs is the way to go...
2) In the West a good fish taco with "The Roster" Sriracha sauce
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you got pho` in canada? just go there and dump in as much of the chili paste, "rooster" sauce, jalapenos, etc. you can handle.


its the best when you have a really bad cold and any kind of congestion. clears it right up and it tastes amazing...
Oh ya we got pho... and I got an asian girlfriend... that chili paste, sriracha, well, that's like ketchup to me... check this out, that's the one i'm working on at the moment!

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I usually can tell good sushi restaurant if they have Wasabi tobiko.
But I found Habanero tobiko to be better:
as seen here as the "red eggs"

At O's in Buffalo, I get a habanero tobiko roll with eel, cream cheese and tempura crunch.

PS
1) In the East a good pepper relish on subs is the way to go...
2) In the West a good fish taco with "The Roster" Sriracha sauce
Habanero tobiko, eh? I'm a huge sushi lover, but I never tried that, gonna have to! Thanks!
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One of the hottest habanero's on the planet. Buddy got one from a fellow teacher who just got back visiting her family in Mexico and gave it to him. I took a couple of nibbles that were crazy hot, but not too bad...until I bit into it and got the seeds. It literally made me start tearing up, nose running and saliva pouring out in seconds, complete with hiccups. I basically had to hold my head over his bathroom sink and let everything just come out while he handed me yogurt cup after yogurt cup. After 3 I was doing better, but we both had never seen anything like that, it was actually kind of scary at first given I've NEVER had that reaction and I like really spicy food. Crazy!

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I had a bottle of this stuff...



Used it to make chili, wings, mixed it in tomato juice, put it on everything. Yummy stuff.


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