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Guatemalan Insanity Pepper

Member Since 01 May 2015
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#1622027 Pepper People are the Best

Posted by Guatemalan Insanity Pepper on Yesterday, 04:38 PM

Shoutout and thank you to Stettoman

 

 

came home to a sweet surprise on my doorstep  :dance:

 

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I'm thinkin English muffins for breakfast tomorrow :metal:




#1621962 Make your best taco.

Posted by Guatemalan Insanity Pepper on Yesterday, 07:17 AM

A slightly larger than palm sized slice of potato, battered and then deep fried.
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Come to think about it, it could make for an epic Taco tortilla..... :rofl:

yum
:cool:











i could eat at least 3 of those + a couple eggs this mornin'



doused in lotsa hot sauce  :hotsauce: of course :drooling: 



I woke up Hungry :drooling:


:lol:



G'mornin mate

or...

good evenin' for you



:cheers: <----Coffee




#1621908 Make your best taco.

Posted by Guatemalan Insanity Pepper on 22 March 2019 - 09:58 PM

Hey, this is Australia, there are no rules........ :rofl:

 

It's true though, if you went into a fish and chip takeaway shop here, and ordered a burger with the lot, you would definitely get beetroot.

 

SF, if ever you find yourself dining at my table, I'd gladly hold the carrot on your Taco.  :P

 

TB, thank you sir, they were bloody delicious.

 

Have any of you ever experienced one of our "potato cakes" or "potato scallops" as those further north call 'em?

Scallop from the Chippy ?

 

you mean  Hash Brown Patties ? Potato Fritter ?

 

or like; Scalloped Potatoes Au Gratin ?

 

:think:




#1621902 Thegreenchilemonster Cooks For Three

Posted by Guatemalan Insanity Pepper on 22 March 2019 - 09:46 PM

:drooling:  :drooling:  :drooling:

 

 

that looks closer to what we made last night (almost a modified Arrabiata) 

but once again your food and pics look wayyy better  :onfire:

:thumbsup:  :thumbsup:  :thumbsup:

 

 




#1621899 Make your best taco.

Posted by Guatemalan Insanity Pepper on 22 March 2019 - 09:33 PM

:metal:

:woohoo:

looks bangin  GPR  :drooling:  :drooling:

we had fish tacos again tonight as well :fire:

  :cheers:




#1621717 Thegreenchilemonster Cooks For Three

Posted by Guatemalan Insanity Pepper on 21 March 2019 - 11:21 PM

TGCM

 

That; as all your dishes do, looks fantastic  :drooling:

 

I'm currently hiccuping from my own Dinner of Rocoto / Tomato,(various cherry tomatoes) Garlic, and Shallot,and mix of dried red Jalapeno, Serrano, and Jimmy Nardello 

Sofrito based sauce with lots of basil

we had with broiled chicken and Farfalle and Parmesan 

 

and yet, i want to try a plate of that too  :drooling:

 

:cheers: 




#1621691 Hot sauce created to mimic spider venom

Posted by Guatemalan Insanity Pepper on 21 March 2019 - 10:02 PM

:lol:




#1621653 Pepper People are the Best

Posted by Guatemalan Insanity Pepper on 21 March 2019 - 07:21 PM

:D

 

You are most welcome Reggie.

 

 Ever since you first joined here, you have been generous with everyone. 

You never once have seemed like you are too experienced to learn from others here, you listen and respond kindly.

You openly accepted us in all our weirdness  :metal:

Nothing but kindness and generosity.  :)

 

I wanted to let you know that i appreciate the services you provide; in your day job as well as here, and as a hot sauce :hotsauce:  vendor  :cool:

 

I hope you enjoy those sauces and rubs as much as I do

 

PPATB

:cheers:

G.I.P.




#1621649 Hot sauce created to mimic spider venom

Posted by Guatemalan Insanity Pepper on 21 March 2019 - 07:05 PM

:think:  at what point does each person respond to capsaicinoid extracts as though they have become "poisoned" by definition ?

Poison: 

Substances that cause disturbances to organisms, usually by chemical reaction or other activity on the molecular scale, when a sufficient quantity is absorbed by an organism.

 

While capsaicin itself and likely; though not nearly as studied, the other capsaicinoids as well, won't cause death...

 

The very disturbance to organisms is why many of us choose to eat these peppers in the first place, we like that form of irritation, we find the burn appealing  :onfire:

but clearly most all of us recognize that peoples tolerance and appreciation of those heat levels varies quite a bit. 

 

 

 

it would seem to me that this is just another sauce hyping up the "reaction" people have to it's heat intensity 

 

 

 

:cheers: 
 




#1621635 Hot sauce created to mimic spider venom

Posted by Guatemalan Insanity Pepper on 21 March 2019 - 06:35 PM

Venom actually wont be dangerous to eat. Venom is designed to go in your bloodstream not your mouth. I would imagine it tastes bitter.

 
 

LOL! So when you drink beer the alcohol does not get into your bloodstream? I wonder what BAC means hmmm. And I wonder why people take pills. Weird.

 
 
:rolleyes:


A Venom is a toxin & also poison

A Poison is a toxin but not Venom

But a toxin can be venom

also a toxin can be poison

Toxin ( biological definition ) - A toxin is a poisonous substance produced within living cells or organisms. Toxins can be small molecules, peptides, or proteins that are capable of causing IMMUNE REACTION

Poison - They are substances that cause disturbances to organisms, usually by chemical reaction or other activity on the molecular scale, when a sufficient quantity is absorbed by an organism

Venom - venoms are toxins that are injected by a bite or sting

Toxins are proteins that lead to immune reaction

Poisons are chemical substances ( not injected by biological vector ) i.e if poison is injected it becomes venom

Venoms are biological poisons

 

 

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I highly doubt these sauces contain any "venom"  




#1621628 Pepper People are the Best

Posted by Guatemalan Insanity Pepper on 21 March 2019 - 06:22 PM

:) i'm glad you like it Eric.

that should go great with some Texas beans

oh and don't forget to try it on grilled sweet corn too  :drooling:

:cheers: 




#1621568 Hot sauce created to mimic spider venom

Posted by Guatemalan Insanity Pepper on 21 March 2019 - 03:00 PM

you can get hot sauce made with Ants too  :eek:

 

https://www.paulmana...ces/socaliante/

 

 




#1621542 BREAKFAST!!!

Posted by Guatemalan Insanity Pepper on 21 March 2019 - 11:38 AM

Breakfast Tacos, re fried black beans,leftover spanish rice, salsa, avocado, Palo Alto Firefighter XX Habanero pepper sauce  :drooling:

 

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#1621492 Which 5k-25k Scoville peppers do you like the taste of most?

Posted by Guatemalan Insanity Pepper on 21 March 2019 - 06:13 AM

if you check out these peppers you can toggle the search parameters on the left
http://www.chileplan...t=&ImageHeader=

stick with mild and medium and you should find what your looking for. 
 
It should be noted that they sell seeds as well as live plants. 
 Years ago when i first started looking for peppers that were less common and not what local nurseries carried...
I ordered plants from them, and they arrived alive and healthy multiple times with incredible detail to packaging for the plants safety during shipment.
They grew true to what they were supposed to be (no mislabeled, or way off incorrect phenotype)
 That being said, their shipping is expensive, have to buy live plants in lots of 6, etc.
 
This does not mean you can not still look at large groups of peppers based on various search parameters.
Heat Level
Pod Type
Uses
Color
Flesh
Length
Width
Orientation
Foliage
Height
Season
Location
Species
StockStatus

 

anyway, I have found this as a decent resource for looking up various peppers that i have not yet grown and tried myself

It's not going to have the rare wilds, or the newest crazy superhot crosses, but i think its 500 peppers with information on each

a decent enough starting point for a new grower.
 
 
I think it all comes down to personal tastes and trial and error
What grows and produces well in one climate wont necessarily do the same in another climate, also you may have different pests than me, etc. 
 Other than trial and error of growing what you think you might like and seeing how it does for you, i don't know what to suggest.

 

Also, their are soooo many peppers to choose from  :cool:

 

You've likely barely scratched the surface :lol:

Welcome to the insanity of wanting to try them ALL  :crazy:




#1621423 Seeds? Where do I get them

Posted by Guatemalan Insanity Pepper on 20 March 2019 - 09:05 PM

https://www.whitehotpeppers.com/

 

https://www.midwestchileheads.com/

 

https://www.pepperlover.com/

 

https://www.semillas.de/shop_en/

 

http://www.fordsfier...sandplants.com/

 

all of these vendors are also members here.

i'm sure there are more that i am forgetting, i didnt mean to leave anybody out.