PhilMember Since 08 May 2012
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I ate a Paqui reaper chip yesterday, known to the world as the "One Chip Challenge". It was hot, but not ridiculous... then the stomach cramps hit. All the blood rushed...
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- Age 44 years old
- Birthday August 10, 1973
Down here in Louisiana
Petrochemical industry Equipment Mechanical Integrity Inspector
Cooking, grilling, drinking beer, music, and the New Orleans Saints! Who Dat!
In 2008, I met my wife, Allison, who I am grateful for. Her support in these pepper endeavors and everything else I do mean the world to me.
Can't wait to get back on the waters of the Emerald Coast every year
Favorite Hot Pepper
Habaneros in everything,. and bacon wrapped, sausage and cream cheese stuffed jalapeno.
Favorite Hot Sauce
Iguana Habanero! That's right.... store bought!
Steak, boiled seafood, cajun cuisine
Favorite BBQ Food
Steak, ribs, brisket, pork shoulder
Favorite BBQ Sauce
Back Porch BBQ Sauce.
Chili... Beans or No Beans?
Favorite Beverage with Fiery Food
Michelob Ultra or Coors Light
Share a Recipe
Sweet & Hot Beans
2 cans of pork & beans
1 lb of bacon
2 coarsely chopped onions
1/2 box of light brown sugar
Your favorite pepper powder
Cut the bacon into pieces and cook over a medium/low fire until cooked, but not crispy. Add your onion and saute' until clear. Add the brown sugar and stir until dissolved. Make sure the fire is low enough not to crystallize or caramelize the sugar. Add the beans and cook on low, stirring occasionally until hot. Add your favorite pepper powder to taste and enjoy it with some ribs, brisket, BBQ chicken, or whatever you happen to toss on the grill that day! Great with a homemade cider/mustard slaw on the side!
Fatalii (Single OW from seed sown last year, gifted from Mike, AKA Smileyguy)
Yellow TMS (Also single OW from seed sown last year, gifted from Mike, AKA Smileyguy)
California Wonder Bell Pepper
Seeds Available For Trade
7 pot white
7 pot chaguana
None this year. Scaling it back a bit.