View Poll Results: When ordering or preparing food, how spicy do you generally get it?

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  • Extremely spicy! I like my face red and my eyes watering.

    21 34.43%
  • Sometimes I have it extrememly spicy; more often, I have it milder.

    15 24.59%
  • "Medium spicy" is what I generally go for.

    15 24.59%
  • Mild all the way!

    7 11.48%
  • I despise spicy food!

    3 4.92%
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    Re: How "hot-n-spicy" do YOU like it?

    Quote Originally Posted by Caine View Post
    As I expected.

    Its the 'cliche cool' thing to say you like really spicy food.

    It goes along with other 'cliche cool' things, like saying your irish or native american, or both.
    Quote Originally Posted by Ikari View Post
    I typically always get the hottest option. Buffalo Wild Wings, it has to be the blazing sauce. When I go with my buddies, we always order a ton of blazing wings, an order of buffalo chips, and a side of blazing sauce so that we may dip the buffalo chips in them. I don't cook anything that doesn't have at least Tabasco sauce in it, if not some nice peppers (jalapenos make a good sweet pepper to cook with, habanero when I want to kick it up a notch...BAM!) I think I've killed a lot of pain receptors because I have to get the spiciest to have the experience of eating anything spicy. Lower than that tends to be "mild". A lot of "spicy" food is actually American spicy, i.e. not at all.
    BAM!

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    Re: How "hot-n-spicy" do YOU like it?

    Sorry, I responded honestly. I'll have to keep in mind in the future what Caine believes is cliche or not and word my responses accordingly.
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    Re: How "hot-n-spicy" do YOU like it?

    Quote Originally Posted by Goshin View Post
    I like to go up in flames once in a while. Sushi with the green stuff and the ginger root can light you up, if the hot stuff is fresh and potent. I love Mexican, Indian and Thai too.

    OTOH I have to be a little more careful how much of that I do these days, my digestive tract is now middle-aged and will only suffer so much abuse.
    this is me as well.

    I really like extremely spicy food, but I now pay when I go that route and never used to. I'm a stubborn man though, so I deal with the after effects more often than I should.

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    Re: How "hot-n-spicy" do YOU like it?

    Quote Originally Posted by ARealConservative View Post
    this is me as well.

    I really like extremely spicy food, but I now pay when I go that route and never used to. I'm a stubborn man though, so I deal with the after effects more often than I should.
    The problem with eating really spicy food is that it seems that you get addicted to really spicy food. I have a buddy who likes to cook a lot and we made up a new hot wing sauce which is really good made with wasabi and habanero. Tasty! While really hot, not overly so. You get the quick hit from the wasabi and then the slow burn from the habenero afterwards. It's a work of pure genius.

    Of course, maybe I should as Caine if I really did this or if I'm just being cliche since he knows all about my eating habits...apparently. Which makes me wonder if whether or not I should be looking at getting a restraining order.
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    Re: How "hot-n-spicy" do YOU like it?

    I used to eat some food fairly hot and spicy, but not so much anymore.

    It's not because I've gotten older and my digestive tract won't handle the spice, I think it's that my palate has gotten more sophisticated as I've gotten older and I've begun to appreciate the subtle flavors in some food.

    Plus, I've lost my appetite for hot sauce made with vinegar as one of the ingredients. I enjoy eating green chile sauce when I'm in New Mexico, and I like the Dou Ban sauce in Chinese restaurants, but the Louisiana-style of hot sauce (Tabasco, Crystal, Trappey's, Frank's Red Hot, etc...) just doesn't appeal to me anymore.

    Although, I will confess that I like Baron West Indian Hot Sauce, which is made with Scotch bonnet peppers, vinegar, salt, mustard, onion and garlic.

    I've a friend who eats his sushi covered in wasabi - literally a thumbnail-size glob on every piece. He says it's the only way he can eat sushi, I tell him he should just eat the wasabi and let me have his sushi!
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    Re: How "hot-n-spicy" do YOU like it?

    Quote Originally Posted by scourge99 View Post
    Frank's hot sauce is AWESOME. I bought a gallon of it from Costco and it goes on just about all things chicken, fish, and pizza that I make. Already half way through the jug. I think my bowels have calloses.
    Sriracha is my sauce of choice. Red Hot is alright as a base for a more complicated hot sause, but I don't like it straight. Sriracha is delicious on its own, and hotter to boot


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    Re: How "hot-n-spicy" do YOU like it?

    Quote Originally Posted by SpotsCat View Post
    Plus, I've lost my appetite for hot sauce made with vinegar as one of the ingredients.
    I love cooking with vinegar... almost everything I fix has some kind of vinegar in it if I can help it. And unlike hot sauce, Leslie will actually eat food with vinegar.

    I don't use a lot of Tabasco in my food, though. Mostly just made drinks with it, before I quit drinking.

    Quote Originally Posted by SpotsCat View Post
    I've a friend who eats his sushi covered in wasabi - literally a thumbnail-size glob on every piece.
    Ugh. Wasabi on sushi is good, but that much smothers the flavor.

    Quote Originally Posted by Kernel Sanders View Post
    Sriracha is my sauce of choice. Red Hot is alright as a base for a more complicated hot sause, but I don't like it straight. Sriracha is delicious on its own, and hotter to boot.
    Sriracha is hands down the best hot sauce I've ever eaten. It's incredible on Pop-Tarts, at least as long as they're berry-flavored.
    Last edited by Korimyr the Rat; 07-08-09 at 12:13 PM.

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    Re: How "hot-n-spicy" do YOU like it?

    Quote Originally Posted by Korimyr the Rat View Post
    Sriracha is hands down the best hot sauce I've ever eaten. It's incredible on Pop-Tarts, at least as long as they're berry-flavored.
    As nasty as that sounds, I just may have to try it.
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    Re: How "hot-n-spicy" do YOU like it?

    Scotch bonnet pepper hot.... With a good Stilton blue cheese dip.


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    Last edited by ReverendHellh0und; 07-07-09 at 01:27 PM.


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    Re: How "hot-n-spicy" do YOU like it?

    If you have a charcoal grill........



    Prepare it with lump charcoal for indirect cooking 275


    Take your favorite rub, if you buy, try butt rub and put 1/2 cup into a giant plastic bowl.

    Add 24 wingettes preferebly air chilled chicken.


    Cover and shake to coat.

    Add hickory and applewood chunks to charcoal fire. Maintain 275.

    Place wings on indirect side of grill, cook for 1 hr.

    Take that same container that you cleaned and put your favorite hot sauce in it, 1 1/2 cups, Then take your favorite hot sauce 1/4 cup, then 2 tblspns japanese soy, and 4 tblspoons orange blossom honey... mix well

    Take chicken off grill put in this container and shake up..... Put back on grill for 20 mins....

    take out and shake up again, cook for another 20 mins.


    Serve immediatly....



    Thank me very much!
    Last edited by ReverendHellh0und; 07-07-09 at 01:17 PM.


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