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What is the hottest you have ever had.
This stuff will light you up. I'm sure there is hotter. What you got?
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Although I've never tried it there is a ghost pepper sauce that is alegedly the hottest. I got a stomache hernia a couple years ago so no hots for me.


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Those of you into hot sauces (or BBQ sauces), you should visit Double DD Meats in Mountlake Terrace. Largest selection of both hot sauces and BBQ sauces in all of North America. It's ridiculous; I love experimenting there.

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Those of you into hot sauces (or BBQ sauces), you should visit Double DD Meats in Mountlake Terrace. Largest selection of both hot sauces and BBQ sauces in all of North America. It's ridiculous; I love experimenting there.


Sounds like the name of a "gentleman's club".

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I've tried this stuff on a taco. Almost blew chunks.

Good stuff.

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Damn, why not just drink battery acid? Not hot enough?


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All of Blairs from the middle of the scale and up are pretty friggin hot, and also tasty.

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In all seriousness, I'm not much of a hot, hot, hot sauce guy, I go for the flavor.

Hard to beat good old Cholula.

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The stuff I showed at the top is way to hot to eat. I use it when cooking.


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Sounds like the name of a "gentleman's club".


What's funny is, I think it's the breast size of the owner. She started the place herself, and 75% or so of the employees are women. They're a full butcher shop and everything, and they are always extremely busy; they have like 15 women running around, and just a few guys. Ton of people running this tiny little shop with overstocked shelves filled with sauces and seasonings. It really is an awesome place.

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Sauce called "The Man" from Dixie's BBQ in Bellevue. Holy crap.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dixie's_BBQ

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I'm on my 4th bottle of Blair's Mega Death sauce. I LOVE the stuff! It's not just hotter than hades, but it has a fantastic flavor! I love to use it on those big huge polish dogs and buns you get at Costco. When preparing the bun, I put a drop about the size of a pea on my finger and make a measured racing stripe down the inside of one side of the bun. Makes in sweaty-hot, yet imparts a flavor that is awesome! It's also good to throw in a drop or two into your chili or spaghetti sauce. On one drunken night, I blopped roughly 5 drops into some chili I made, thinking I was the only one that was gonna eat it. But there were leftovers that I didn't warn her about. She fixed herself a big bowl and then threatened me with divorce the next day! :lol: She was so pissed, but I convinced her that I had made it for me, and me only! It was my bad. Should have had a post-it note on the pan saying "Don't Eat!". I also have two unopened bottles of stuff that I'm a little apprehensive to try, "CaJohns Mongoose" sauce and "Z Nothing Beyond" sauce. I kinda got 'em just to have 'em (guy thing), but I will crack them eventually. For you uninitiated into the "Chili Heads", here's a comparison:

First, let's start with a little perspective.

Franks Red Hot sauce is listed at 450 Scoville units, and is only 9% as hot as a jalapeno pepper. That will be our reference point.

Blair's Mega-Death sauce weighs in at 550,000 Scoville units, or 110 times hotter than a jalapeno pepper.

CaJohns Mongoose sauce is rated at 3 million Scoville units, or 600 times hotter than a jalapeno pepper.

Z Nothing Beyond sauce is rated at 4 million Scoville units, or 800 times hotter than a jalapeno pepper.

I think you can understand the fear of my two un-cracked sauces!

Here is the comprehensive list of the hottest sauces/dry spices in the world!

http://www.scottrobertsweb.com/scoville-scale.php

Here are some brave sum-bitches ingesting these different sauces straight-up...

Mongoose:



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Then there's this idiot with Blair's Mega Death sauce...


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Using hot sauces to that kind of scale seems akin to trying to figure out how many rusty needles you can jam in your junk. What's the point? Lol. Use something a lot milder and use it like ketchup or regular BBQ sauce...

Some of you guys are nuts. :)

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You're just a pussy

Stop trying to make yourself look manly, Sac. Everyone knows you, remember.

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Stop trying to make yourself look manly, Sac. Everyone knows you, remember.


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Well, I guess by definition of having a dangling piece of flesh between your legs, your statement is true...

Way to slide in the back door on that one.

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Well, I guess by definition of having a dangling piece of flesh between your legs, your statement is true...

Way to slide in the back door on that one.


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Using hot sauces to that kind of scale seems akin to trying to figure out how many rusty needles you can jam in your junk. What's the point? Lol. Use something a lot milder and use it like ketchup or regular BBQ sauce...

Some of you guys are nuts. :)


I'm on board with this. I don't get why people go for the hottest sauce they can "handle." I like some heat, but I usually just mix some regular hot sauce (Tabasco, Crystal, Tapatio) with ketchup or BBQ and it's perfect. Taste like pepper, adds some heat, and I can actually taste the food.

I was in NOLA a couple months ago and tried a touch of ghost pepper hot sauce. It completley took over for a while and just reinforced that I really don't get the appeal of super-hot sauce.

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I really don't get the appeal of super-hot sauce.


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I'm on board with this. I don't get why people go for the hottest sauce they can "handle." I like some heat, but I usually just mix some regular hot sauce (Tabasco, Crystal, Tapatio) with ketchup or BBQ and it's perfect. Taste like pepper, adds some heat, and I can actually taste the food.


Exactly, you can't even taste the food with stuff that hot. It's like, what's the point? You might as well just make instant mashed potatoes every night for dinner instead of wasting money on more expensive stuff since you can't taste what you eat, anyway. Totally don't get it.

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I'm on board with this. I don't get why people go for the hottest sauce they can "handle." I like some heat, but I usually just mix some regular hot sauce (Tabasco, Crystal, Tapatio) with ketchup or BBQ and it's perfect. Taste like pepper, adds some heat, and I can actually taste the food.


Exactly, you can't even taste the food with stuff that hot. It's like, what's the point? You might as well just make instant mashed potatoes every night for dinner instead of wasting money on more expensive stuff since you can't taste what you eat, anyway. Totally don't get it.


Hot sauces impart flavor because your body eventually adjusts to the level of heat. When it does, capsaicin is like salt.

However, my preferred level is Thai pepper (about 110,000 Scoville's, or about as half as hot as a habanero) because it hits the sweet spot between can't taste and adds flavor.

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I'm on board with this. I don't get why people go for the hottest sauce they can "handle." I like some heat, but I usually just mix some regular hot sauce (Tabasco, Crystal, Tapatio) with ketchup or BBQ and it's perfect. Taste like pepper, adds some heat, and I can actually taste the food.


Exactly, you can't even taste the food with stuff that hot. It's like, what's the point? You might as well just make instant mashed potatoes every night for dinner instead of wasting money on more expensive stuff since you can't taste what you eat, anyway. Totally don't get it.


Most western palates aren't capable of enjoying true heat. Growing up with spicy food, even the stuff that is painfully unbearable has a place in the right quantity.

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Sarlacc, I'm not sure it's that your body adjusts to it so much as you just burn out your taste buds. I only know two people that like TRULY hot things, and normal food is always bland to them. :229031_shrug:

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I love hot, but I don't need it to be super duper hot. Here's a few of my favorites, more for flavor than heat really:

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However, my preferred level is Thai pepper (about 110,000 Scoville's, or about as half as hot as a habanero) because it hits the sweet spot between can't taste and adds flavor.


Totally agree. The Thai pepper is very tasty. They make a condiment and almost all restaurants and street vendors have it. Simple...Thai chillies, fish sauce and a little seasoned rice vinegar. It tastes really good and the vinegar actually slightly weakens the heat.

For all those sauces listed above, you are supposed to add them to recipes, in small doses to suit your taste.

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Sarlacc, I'm not sure it's that your body adjusts to it so much as you just burn out your taste buds. I only know two people that like TRULY hot things, and normal food is always bland to them. :229031_shrug:

I need to research/read up on it; I'm curious.


Yes, billions of people in the world have "burned out" taste buds. Typical Roland, can't understand something so claims something must be wrong with the people that enjoy it.

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Yes, billions of people in the world have "burned out" taste buds. Typical Roland, can't understand something so claims something must be wrong with the people that enjoy it.


Typical HawksFTW, wrong and doesn't realize it.

Much of the stuff mentioned and linked in this thread is ridiculously hot way above and beyond what any large group of people eat on a regular basis in the world. Give me a break. I like hot within reason, and not much of what's in this thread is within a mile of that. :roll:

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Sarlacc, I'm not sure it's that your body adjusts to it so much as you just burn out your taste buds. I only know two people that like TRULY hot things, and normal food is always bland to them. :229031_shrug:

I need to research/read up on it; I'm curious.


Nope, it's definitely adjustment. I've done it without wrecking my taste buds. Worked my way from medium heat to "Well, these five habanero fritters weren't as bad as I expected."

Semi-amusing anecdote: I went to a Chinese restaurant and ordered a spicy pepper dish, and when the waitress looked at me funny concerning the level of heat, I told her I eat Thai food "Thai style" and she nodded at me and took my order.

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People in this country go to Americanized Thai and Indian joints with a "star" rating. Give me a friggin break.

Try going to Thailand and ask for that. Order Som Tum with one star....hahahahahaha

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I don't know if you understand how spicy some people like their food, Ro.

Key phrase there being "some" people. HawksFTW is sitting here implying billions of people put a gallon of habanero sauce on their Cheerios. Get real.

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Yes, billions of people in the world have "burned out" taste buds. Typical Roland, can't understand something so claims something must be wrong with the people that enjoy it.


Typical HawksFTW, wrong and doesn't realize it.

Much of the stuff mentioned and linked in this thread is ridiculously hot way above and beyond what any large group of people eat on a regular basis in the world. Give me a break. I like hot within reason, and not much of what's in this thread is within a mile of that. :roll:


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I don't know if you understand how spicy some people like their food, Ro.

Key phrase there being "some" people. HawksFTW is sitting here implying billions of people put a gallon of habanero sauce on their Cheerios. Get real.


Considering I grew up with a Chinese mother cooking most of my meals, have been to the large majority of the Asian continent, and socialize with thousands of people from around the world on a daily basis, I think I have a pretty good bearing on what the general consensus is on for spicy/hot food. I can say with some reasonable accuracy, there are at least a billion people who like their food extremely spicy, to a point that you would consider it painful. I do like the Cheerios bit though, as that is about as American as you can get. I think the population of people I am refering to, would be hard pressed to even tell you what Cheerios were. Next time you go to a real Chinese, Thai, or Indian restaurant and ask them to prepare the dishes the way THEY would eat them. See what type of reaction you get.

But you know, you can feel free to have an opinion about something you have no clue about. You do it all the time. I would like to know, what gives you any authority on how the rest of the world eats considering you have spent the majority of your life in Kirkland and Wisconsin.

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Semi-amusing anecdote: I went to a Chinese restaurant and ordered a spicy pepper dish, and when the waitress looked at me funny concerning the level of heat, I told her I eat Thai food "Thai style" and she nodded at me and took my order.


Ha, didn't even see this post before, but completely illustrates my point.

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You MOFOs will argue about anything. Makes me laugh tho. Damn


Well, it is a little absurd when a pasty white guy tells me that most of Asia and Latin America has something wrong with their taste buds.

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I didn't say that or imply that. We were talking about a completely different level of hot than what the average Asian and Latin American person eats.

...Think, and read what I actually said, and the kind of multi-million-Scovilles being mentioned just a little bit.

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I didn't say that or imply that, you clown. We were talking about a completely different level of hot than what the average Asian and Latin American person eats.


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Sarlacc, I'm not sure it's that your body adjusts to it so much as you just burn out your taste buds.


Yeah, you didn't. You totally didn't downplay multiple cultures enjoyment of spicy food. If I like really spicy food, it MUST be because I burned out my taste buds. Not because of thousands of years of cultural traditions passed down generation to generation, or by an acquired taste developed over a lifetime. Do you even read what you post?

Again, what makes you think you are in any way an authority on what the "average" Asian or Latin American eats? And who was speaking of simply Americans? Keep wiggling Roland, that is part of a discussion you actually have some knowledge about.

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You ask me what makes me think I'm an expert on it; what makes you an expert on it?

You are purposely misinterpreting what I'm saying, I'm not wiggling out of anything. Also, I'm putting you on ignore, so don't expect further replies.

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We were talking about a completely different level of hot than what the average Asian and Latin American person eats.



Spot on. I don't know why people question you on this. They should know by now that if you speak on any subject, be it the normal range of spiciness across cultures, or parenting, that you speak from thorough research, experience and a wealth of wisdom.

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...Think, and read what I actually said, and the kind of multi-million-Scovilles being mentioned just a little bit.


Where do you think these sauces come from Roland? They are from peppers that are used EVERY day in millions of people's food. I cook with dried chilies that are in that range all the time, as does most of the Asian side of my family. These sauces aren't developed in a vacuum, they are based on sauces that have been enjoyed for literally thousands of years. Pull your head out of your ass, Roland. Not everything in the world revolves around your limited viewpoint.

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You ask me what makes me think I'm an expert on it; what makes you an expert on it?

You are purposely misinterpreting what I'm saying, I'm not wiggling out of anything. Also, I'm putting you on ignore, so don't expect further replies.


Like I said, I live with it, have traveled the world and seen it, and literally am exposed to thousands of people in my average work day that are from other parts of the world. I am no "expert", never claimed I was, but I do have a better understanding of what the rest of the world is eating than you.

As for the "ignore" statement, ha. Funny, if someone pointed out all the times I was wrong and full of shit, I would probably put them on ignore too. Somebody quote this for me, so Roland can read it. :)

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Keep that kind of crap to the shack and PWR, junior. You think you point out people being wrong all the time? Ha. That's a good one. You try to, that's the most anyone can say for you.

You also have no idea what I have or have not experienced, so keep casting aspersions.

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Yes, knowing two people that like spicy food tells me you have experienced spicy food to the fullest.

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I don't know what you just said, HawksFTW; but hey, look! You do desensitize yourself to capsaicin (the stuff in peppers that makes your mouth feel like it's burning) over time. http://www.sheryltips.com/bar-banter-1- ... -peppers-2

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TRPV1#Desensitization

Maybe I should tie a belt around my arm and just walk around that way to desensitize my arm to the perception of pain as well, and I can stab knives in my arm to pretend I'm tough. That's a LOT different than cooking stuff as hot as possible and talking about how awesome it is. :roll:

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