Spicy. Fuckin. Foods.

ShooterMcGavin

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#1
When I say spicy, I'm not talking about a few jalapenos sprinkled on a hamburger. I'm talking shit that makes you fucking sweat.

Who else is a big fan of foods that cause you pain?

Thai food is the best. Most places will only let you go up to 6 on the spice scale, but there's a place here in Oklahoma that everyone calls "Ned's," where if you are a regular and not a pussy, they will let you go up to 10.

I order the fucking 10.

Whenever I finish that fucker my mouth is swollen for about two hours. And it's totally worth it.

I just grabbed some noodles from this local...um, noodle place. It's called fucking "Lotsa Noodles." They have Asian, American, Chinese meals. They have one called the "Blazin' Cajun," which is a non-refundable meal and the spiciest on the menu. People normally can't handle it. They actually didn't want me to buy it. Warned me multiple times as I said, "No, give me that. I want that."

I'm eating it right now. And It's fucking delicious.

If a spicy meal does not come with associated health risks, it is not spicy enough.
 
#2
No thank you. I have to take a Zantac if I even see a pizza guy drive by my house.
 

ShooterMcGavin

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#3
That's your problem. Eating spicy foods is an acquired talent. You must work at it.

Punish your stomach as much as possible. Break it like a fucking horse. Make it strong.


Start at fresh jalapeno peppers. Eat a couple of those as a snack, then star putting it on tacos with some hot sauce or any other spicy meal. Gradually move up to habaneros.
 
#4
Sorry. Got the acid reflux from father. I don't do spicy and have to pop pills just to eat red sauce. Thank god I Loooooove white pizza.

I was a fan of spicy food when I was younger.
 

whiskeyguy

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#5
I like spicy food, but not shit that I can feel corroding the lining of my stomach... I depend purely on booze for that experience.

I do however like food hot enough that you have to ask yourself why the fuck you enjoy it. Probably a level 7 or 8 out of ten. I use cayenne pepper with pretty much anything I can (eggs, hamburgers, steak, etc) as a basic ingredient. I feel safe getting hot/fire sauce pretty much anywhere I go.

When I use to go up to Portland a few times a year with a buddy we would usually go to Buffalo Wild Wings and he would get the hottest sauce possible, and then be in agony for the rest of the day. I don't understand that. I like food hot enough to make you sweat when it's 20 degrees out, but then feel fine an hour later.
 

ShooterMcGavin

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#7
When I use to go up to Portland a few times a year with a buddy we would usually go to Buffalo Wild Wings and he would get the hottest sauce possible, and then be in agony for the rest of the day. I don't understand that. I like food hot enough to make you sweat when it's 20 degrees out, but then feel fine an hour later.
The Buffalo Wild Wings sauce is a fucking challenge. I still can't eat all 8 pieces. Usually after #4 or 5 I have to run to the bathroom and drink water out of the sink.

No, I didn't order a fucking water. Only nerds and designated drivers order water at a bar.
 

mills

I'll give em a state, a state of unconsciousness
#8
I do however like food hot enough that you have to ask yourself why the fuck you enjoy it.

When I use to go up to Portland a few times a year with a buddy we would usually go to Buffalo Wild Wings and he would get the hottest sauce possible, and then be in agony for the rest of the day. I don't understand that.
I always figured it must be comparable to why chicks enjoy getting their wombs pummeled and busted to shit.
 

Chino Kapone

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#9
I love jalepeno poppers. I can eat a dozen at a time. I started my love of spice when I was dating this asian girl and her and her family all made fun of me because I couldn't handle anything spicy. It just adds flavor. There is just something about it. I will always ask what is spicy on the menu at any restaruant I go to.
 

Creasy Bear

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#11
There comes a point... somewhere in the vicinity of a habanero, where the burn shorts out your taste buds and all you taste is pain... and pain isn't flavor.

If you're going to a restaurant for punishment rather than enjoyment, your money might be better spent on a hooker who straps it on and makes you call her "mistress".
 
#13
There comes a point... somewhere in the vicinity of a habanero, where the burn shorts out your taste buds and all you taste is pain... and pain isn't flavor.

If you're going to a restaurant for punishment rather than enjoyment, your money might be better spent on a hooker who straps it on and makes you call her "mistress".
I agree with this. It seems with a majority of the spicy flavors its about trying to prove some thing instead of actually enjoying a meal.
 

Yesterdays Hero

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#15
I see those goofy wing places on that stupid Man Vs Food show. "OH MY GOD! These peppers are from <insert savage country here> where you have wear a hazmat suit to use them in a sauce." Go fuck yourself. As said, 'burn is not a flavor'.

If you manage to pull off a meal where it's spicy, but still has taste that doesn't turn your tongue into a singed piece of flesh, lemme know.
 

Sinn Fein

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#16
I can't take the same heat level I used to when I was younger.

Now I find myself getting mild/medium at times.

We got a Buffalo Wild Wings here now. I went there when it first opened and got the standard hot. I thought that would be safe. I can handle hot at Hooters and pretty much any other place I've been to. I was there on my lunch break, so I couldn't drink beer. But, it took me 3 Cokes to get through the 8-piece boneless. Later that night, I think what was left of my asshole fell out into the toilet.

I went there again and got the mild, it was great. But, I think I will step it up to the medium next time.

There is a point when it's not fun. If it doesn't taste good, it's not fun.
 

Party Rooster

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#17
I agree with this. It seems with a majority of the spicy flavors its about trying to prove some thing instead of actually enjoying a meal.
It's also part of the endorphin rush. I love spicy food.

Speaking of endorphin rush...



Can't remember the Scoville Scale rating but that is seriously the hottest sauce I've ever personally eaten.
 

mascan42

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#18
I once accidentally picked up a bag of habanero-flavored Doritos. I ate two and couldn't taste anything for the rest of the day.
 

Creasy Bear

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#19
It's also part of the endorphin rush. I love spicy food.

Speaking of endorphin rush...



Can't remember the Scoville Scale rating but that is seriously the hottest sauce I've ever personally eaten.
Ugh... that stupid gimmick sauce. Tons of that shit with the kooky, zany labels but it's all the same gasoline inside the bottles, and it all "tastes" the same.

"It tastes like burning."

-Ralph Wiggum
 

ShooterMcGavin

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#20
it all "tastes" the same.
Wrong. I love hot sauces. A lot of the bush league companies will give you a shitty vinegary sauce that mimics tobasco, but if you know where to look there are some tasty fucking hot sauces out there.

like this one:



The brand is called, "Pain is good," and they have a ton of great sauces. This one is my personal favorite of theirs. Burns, but also tastes amazing.
 
#21
I'm a pretty big pussy when it comes to pepper hot, like jalapenos and habaneros, but when it comes to things like horseradish or wasabi, I eat that shit straight. Nothing better to me than raw oysters with cocktail sauce so hot it's bright pink.
 

ShooterMcGavin

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#23
Wasabi fucking RULES. I'm the same way, just load that shit on there.
 

mills

I'll give em a state, a state of unconsciousness
#24
I was actually at wegman's again tonight, and just about to buy a sushi pack. Had it all picked out. Then I realized, what the fuck am I thinking? All the japs at the sushi station have gone home, so there's no one to ask extra wasabi from. That simple fact made me instantly forget about wasting my 9 bucks on sushi with grossly insufficient wasabi.
 

Fustercluck

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#25
I used to eat a lot of spicy foods when i was younger. I can still handle the heat but i cut way back, I don't want to destroy my gallbladder before i hit 40.
 
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