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  1. Sam I Am

    Sam I Am Unfriendly and Aloof!

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    I'll pass. :laugh2:

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    In a contest that matches humans against some of the world's hottest chili peppers, no one wins. Last week, a restaurant in Edinburgh, Scotland, held a competition to eat the extra-hot Kismot Killer curry. Some of the competitive eaters were left writhing on the floor in agony, vomiting and fainting.

    According to reports, two British Red Cross workers overseeing the event at the Kismot Indian restaurant in Edinburgh but became overwhelmed by the number of casualties and ambulances were called. Half of the 20 people who took part in the challenge dropped out after witnessing the first diners vomiting, collapsing, sweating and panting.

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  2. Hostile

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    I'd do it.
  3. Ren

    Ren Well-Known Member

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    Tried a drop of this once on a tortilla chip

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    It was a very painful experience. Still have the bottle but i never once tried it again
  4. davidyee

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    ... nuts! The article said vomiting and writhing pain. I'd drop out and enjoy the rest of my day pain free.
  5. SC Cowboyfan

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    me too...:D
    I put the ghost pepper powder on my food all the time.
  6. Yeagermeister

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    What a bunch of Jim Schwartz's :laugh1:
  7. Hostile

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    I've put it in my last couple of pots of chili. It is definitely a butt kicker.
  8. Hostile

    Hostile Tacos are a good investment Zone Supporter

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    My brother says food is not supposed to cause pain. He cannot understand my fascination with hot.
  9. SaltwaterServr

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    This thread requires an appearance by my pepper eating buddy.

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  10. Meat-O-Rama

    Meat-O-Rama Vegetarians are so stupid.

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    Care to repost your chili recipe? I've only recently started making my own chili. Always on the lookout for tips n tricks. Do you make a separate batch for your family?
  11. Hostile

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    Yeah, it's too hot for them. I entered it in a chili cookoff and won hottest chili for it. One of the judges told me it made her cry.

    I'll try and find it for you.
  12. Hostile

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    Hostile's Hotter than Hell Chili

    This one is not for sissies.
    • 1 pound ground beef
    • 2 cups of pinto beans (less if you have a small crock pot)
    • 3 strips of bacon
    • 1 red onion
    • 4 habañero peppers
    • 8 jalapeños
    • 2 ghost chilis chopped
    • 1 bell pepper
    • 5 tablespoons red chili powder
    • 1 tablespoon cayenne pepper
    • 1 tablespoon jalapeno powder
    • Course ground black pepper (pepper mill recommended)
    2 cups of pinto beans in the crock pot add water to about halfway up the crock pot. Cut 3 strips of bacon into inch squares and add. Cook on low overnight.

    Brown the ground beef. Sprinkle a lot of black ground pepper to season the beef. I usually grind the pepper mill for about 15 to 20 seconds. Drain the oil.

    Add the ground beef to the cooked beans.

    Finely dice the jalapeño peppers, habañero peppers, ghost chilis, bell pepper, and red onion. Add to the mixture along with 5 tablespoons of red chili powder, 1 tablespoon of cayenne pepper, 1 tablespoon of jalapeño powder.

    Cook for 4 hours stirring every 15 minutes.

    Serve with grated cheese and Fritos and lots of ice water. Woowee.
  13. Meat-O-Rama

    Meat-O-Rama Vegetarians are so stupid.

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    I'm sweating just reading that...

    I've wanted to make a hotter batch for myself and my daughter. Does it work to cook a full batch, then split some off and throw the fire in there? Or does it need to be in there for the whole cook?
  14. Sam I Am

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    I've never put bacon in my Chili. I might have to try that next time. I use kidney beans rather than pintos. I think I just prefer the harder bean casing.
  15. Hostile

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    Yes it does. Just reduce the amounts for the split off.
  16. Meat-O-Rama

    Meat-O-Rama Vegetarians are so stupid.

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    You will never go back. I brown up a big batch of bacon bits first, then brown up chunks of beef in the bacon fat.

    Also, I use a can of pintos and a can of kidneys in mine.
  17. Sam I Am

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    Oh you pre-cook the bacon? I was going to toss it in raw like I do when I cook pinto beans. Let it cook in the Chili.
  18. Ren

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    How do you keep it from tasting dry with that much chili powder?
  19. Sam I Am

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    You mean besides water, juices from the chilies, and fat?
  20. Ren

    Ren Well-Known Member

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    That has never worked for me, if i go more then 3 tbl spoons of chilli powder it just ends up tasting dry

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