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The 11th Annual Hot Pepper Awards ACCEPTING ENTRIES!

Edmick

Member Since 15 Nov 2011
Online Last Active Today, 03:52 PM

#1510548 Warrant Man Pepper Company- Homicide Review

Posted by Edmick on Today, 03:35 PM




#1510513 [Dec 11] What are you working on this week?

Posted by Edmick on Today, 11:39 AM

Waiting for the new internet company to come for an install. For the second time..


#1510452 J&k ghost pepper beef jerky.

Posted by Edmick on Today, 12:27 AM

Cool cool, I'll order a bag.




#1510448 hot sauce for meat

Posted by Edmick on Today, 12:13 AM

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Oh wait, nevermind, it's discontinued.   :confused:

 

 

In that case, coarsely chop a couple chocolate habs and throw em in the pan the last 3 minutes of frying a ribeye. Top ribeye with habs  :drooling:

When in doubt, ribeye. The answer is always ribeye..




#1510443 J&k ghost pepper beef jerky.

Posted by Edmick on Yesterday, 11:25 PM

Could have been one of those "hey, smell this" kind of things. Haha


#1510394 Coffee and Toast

Posted by Edmick on Yesterday, 09:00 PM

Hey hey I want to play!

Darth Vader toast!

Toasthead haa toasthead haa..




#1510382 J&k ghost pepper beef jerky.

Posted by Edmick on Yesterday, 08:28 PM

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Picked up a small bag of this stuff at the gas station and was pretty excited about it. I love jerky and I love spicy food but ghost pepper type spicy? Hmm I dunno. I was honestly expecting a kick in the mouth but it never really happened. It is a slow build of heat and it'll definitely give you the sniffles but not nearly as bad as I thought it would be. There's a video on youtube of some guy eating it and he says it's so hot that it's inedible. I think thats far from the case. I have a moderate to high heat tolerance (closer to moderate) and I think it tastes awesome. It's a nice tender jerky with a nice hit of heat. I could totally snack on this stuff all day. Two thumbs up from me. My wife could even tolerate the heat. If you see it, give it a try.


#1510371 hot sauce for meat

Posted by Edmick on Yesterday, 07:41 PM

I think it's usually chicken. My wife got the recipe from a friend at work and it happened to call for pork so that's the only way I've made it so far. Chicken would probably a lot cheaper too.




#1510368 hot sauce for meat

Posted by Edmick on Yesterday, 07:36 PM

Basically what i'm saying is you could simmer anything in the sauce that I mentioned and it's gonna be good. Other sauces/recipes, whole other story.




#1510364 hot sauce for meat

Posted by Edmick on Yesterday, 07:26 PM

Or chicken/beef. Whatever you fancy. It's the sauce that really makes the dish what it is so the protein is kinda irrelevant




#1510360 hot sauce for meat

Posted by Edmick on Yesterday, 07:16 PM

Since smokenfire mentioned chipotle peppers, you should check out pork tinga nibbles. Just toss a chunk of pork in a pot with some chipotle sauce (many recipes online for it) and let it simmer til the meat is falling apart. Very easy and tastes amazing as tacos.




#1510347 Coffee and Toast

Posted by Edmick on Yesterday, 06:34 PM

Perhaps... I don't like where you're going with this voodoo! haha




#1510341 Raw ingredients/ roast or use raw

Posted by Edmick on Yesterday, 06:03 PM

Beer with toasted grains or non toasted grains? There's a big difference.




#1510325 Coffee and Toast

Posted by Edmick on Yesterday, 05:49 PM

A "functional" layout would consist of, oh I dunno, ONE coffee maker and ONE toaster. What you got goin on there, is like using half a roll to wipe. Perhaps a little overkill. lol




#1510316 Raw ingredients/ roast or use raw

Posted by Edmick on Yesterday, 05:08 PM

I can say without a doubt that roasted peppers taste different. The aroma alone of roasting the skins on pasillas for example (which I just did 2 nights ago) is amazing and it definitely goes into the flesh. If it didn't make a difference, I wouldn't go through the trouble of doing it every time.