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 Posted: Fri Nov 3rd, 2017 02:31 pm
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was the flavor pretty good tho?



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loomdog32 wrote: damn... I would've tried something like that when I was younger, but I don't like purposelessly setting my bunghole on fire either anymore!!
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It was very good. Needed more ghost (for the taste) but I can see finishing the bottle off in a couple weeks.

I grow biker billy jalapenos in my back yard



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Turd-250 wrote: Morning!!!

Good morning. The sun is out & the temp is supposed to be near 60° today. Time to get the Mustang out of the garage & do some more work on it.



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I used to be a mustang fanatic. I wanted a 67. I bought and owned an 86 for a while, 86 GT with a 5.0 3.73 rear. Don't know when I stopped,probably when the ranger came out and replaced the courier.



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JAMMAN wrote: Trying this tonight.....



The back...




Right on, I dig hot, spicy food!!!!! How did that product work out?



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It's really tasty as well as hot. Next one I'm going to pick will have a lot of ghost. reaper is hot but I don't dig the taste 100%. There is just something about ghost...

I raised some habaneros 2 years ago, that is HOT but if you over do it they taste a little like plastic IMO.

This was from my back porch, biker billy jalaps fully mature:






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Mike69 wrote: Turd-250 wrote: Morning!!!

Good morning. The sun is out & the temp is supposed to be near 60° today. Time to get the Mustang out of the garage & do some more work on it.


Had one of those back in 1974-1975.  Poor thing got totaled twice.  First time, I let a friend drive it and he lost it during a burnout.  Got it fixed and me and same friend went cruising for chicks one night after a concert.  Got T-boned at an intersection... guy was estimated at over 70mph (in town) with a mid-sixties Delta 88.  The front clip broke off at the firewall and he took it with him.  A half second farther into the intersection and he would have caught me in the door (and most likely, I wouldn't be here).  Yeah, he was drunk and stoned at the time.  Loved that car... wish I still had it!



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JAMMAN wrote: It's really tasty as well as hot. Next one I'm going to pick will have a lot of ghost. reaper is hot but I don't dig the taste 100%. There is just something about ghost...

I raised some habaneros 2 years ago, that is HOT but if you over do it they taste a little like plastic IMO.

This was from my back porch, biker billy jalaps fully mature:





I've raised several varities including habaneros, jalps, and hungarian wax (a great overall variety). Word of advice......if you are dicing/slicing the nuclear hot ones in mass quantity, either wear latex gloves or don't do #1 for a couple hours. And...soap does NOT remove the oil in the pepper, only time and multiple washings.



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CBB9M wrote: I've raised several varities including habaneros, jalps, and hungarian wax (a great overall variety). Word of advice......if you are dicing/slicing the nuclear hot ones in mass quantity, either wear latex gloves or don't do #1 for a couple hours. And...soap does NOT remove the oil in the pepper, only time and multiple washings.

^^^^ THIS!  About 15 years ago, I was making some homemade salsa.  Had some really nice serranos and I diced them up and added them to the mix.  Then nature came a' callin'.  I washed my hands thoroughly and headed to the bathroom.  Wife said you could have heard the screams for miles...

Lesson learned. GLOVES!  And serrano peppers aren't nearly as hot as some of the ones you guys use.  Geez, I still have blisters on poor ole Wally!  LOL



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JAMMAN wrote: It's really tasty as well as hot. Next one I'm going to pick will have a lot of ghost. reaper is hot but I don't dig the taste 100%. There is just something about ghost...

I raised some habaneros 2 years ago, that is HOT but if you over do it they taste a little like plastic IMO.

This was from my back porch, biker billy jalaps fully mature:





That part c makes me want some bacon wrapped stuffed japs.. when I was in TX, a coworker used to make some amazing ones for the Xmas party. He never did diverge his secret.......



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some people around here call those bacon wrapped stuffed jalapenos 'armadillo eggs' lol



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mhoward wrote: CBB9M wrote: I've raised several varities including habaneros, jalps, and hungarian wax (a great overall variety). Word of advice......if you are dicing/slicing the nuclear hot ones in mass quantity, either wear latex gloves or don't do #1 for a couple hours. And...soap does NOT remove the oil in the pepper, only time and multiple washings.

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Lesson learned. GLOVES!  And serrano peppers aren't nearly as hot as some of the ones you guys use.  Geez, I still have blisters on poor ole Wally!  LOL
that's no joke!  my peen is very sensitive to spicy peppers lol



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Turd-250 wrote: some people around here call those bacon wrapped stuffed jalapenos 'armadillo eggs' lol
Ive heard that term before, but no one really told me what they were. 
Kinda like tring to find Tri Tip outside of CA.. 



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I do tri tip ALL THE TIME. I can get it at the local Kroger. I even buy the roast and cut it in strips myself if the pre cut isn't available.


SO we have tri tip in Ohio too :)



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loomdog32 wrote: Turd-250 wrote: some people around here call those bacon wrapped stuffed jalapenos 'armadillo eggs' lol
Ive heard that term before, but no one really told me what they were. 
Kinda like tring to find Tri Tip outside of CA.. 
funny, cause i find it difficult to find a tri tip actually labelled so at the groceries around here actually lol!  oh man, i love a good barked/crusted tri tip hot off the grill!  i like it with a lot of cumin paprika garlic onion... love it!



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JAMMAN wrote: I do tri tip ALL THE TIME. I can get it at the local Kroger. I even buy the roast and cut it in strips myself if the pre cut isn't available.


SO we have tri tip in Ohio too :)
how do you prepare it usually?  i'm always looking to try something new!



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JAMMAN wrote: Trying this tonight.....




Erm - doesn't brown sugar count as sugars in the US ??



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Hmmmm zero %
Maybe less than .5 gets rounded down. Serving size, teaspoon LOL



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Chris wrote: JAMMAN wrote: Trying this tonight.....




Erm - doesn't brown sugar count as sugars in the US ??


Simple Answer - No.
Long Answerhttps://www.accessdata.fda.gov/scripts/InteractiveNutritionFactsLabel/factsheets/Sugars.pdf



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