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Murder on the Capsaicin Express
02-04-2012, 04:17 PM
Post: #81
RE: Murder on the Capsaicin Express
"Come onnnnnn ICE CREAM".

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02-06-2012, 11:21 AM
Post: #82
RE: Murder on the Capsaicin Express
Just swallow two band-aides and call me in the morning.

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02-06-2012, 09:36 PM
Post: #83
RE: Murder on the Capsaicin Express
Well a CO2 fire extinguisher might do a better job......just saying.

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02-06-2012, 10:40 PM
Post: #84
RE: Murder on the Capsaicin Express
Dry ice. Works every time!

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02-07-2012, 07:09 AM
Post: #85
RE: Murder on the Capsaicin Express
Pardon me sir but is that smoke coming out of your.....? Oh dear!

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02-07-2012, 07:21 AM
Post: #86
RE: Murder on the Capsaicin Express
With THAT stuff? Thats FIRE!!!!

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02-07-2012, 07:53 AM
Post: #87
RE: Murder on the Capsaicin Express
I believe it was the conductor in the coach car with a bottle of hot sauce and a raw oyster!

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02-09-2012, 02:49 AM
Post: #88
RE: Murder on the Capsaicin Express
Pardon me, I don't really have anything to ad to this thread, as I have a wussy, East Coast stomach. I just wanted to mention that I think the title of the thread is hysterical! I chuckle everytime I see it. Just one of those silly things.

Ok, carry on...

tee hee hee!

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03-08-2012, 07:41 AM
Post: #89
RE: Murder on the Capsaicin Express
Wow! I've just read the whole thread, and I am about in tears! LOL...

Well, I don't have any silly/crazy tales to add, but I gotta say
Something is terribly wrong with the peppers they bring into the grocery stores!
Too little heat, whole lotta bitter, just not good at all!
When my husband started growing his own, I was SHOCKED at the difference!
Now every year, we have a few each of cayenne, jalapeƱo, and habanero peppers in the garden (alongside our tomatoes, sage, basil and various flowers...)
Sweetie makes his own "Fire Garden Triple Pepper Sauce" and an absolutely wicked, evil habanero mustard sauce. Both of these concoctions are so painful, but sooooo good!
I love the idea of drying the peppers and making a powder! I think we'd have to get a special grinder for that, though!
Is it hard to do? Do we need a special drying machine thing? Or can we lay 'em out and air-dry 'em? Will there be any room left on the counter for a gal to do any cooking? Or is this the kind of thing that takes over the whole kitchen? (LOL! "Sauce making days", I have no room and tons of extra dishes that need an extra washing!)

OK, little bit of a tale... more a caution...
If you're not HUGE into hot, don't let your sweetie talk you into being the taste-tester for the sauces! Coz until the sugar/hot/savory balance is right... YEE-OWW! I felt like I had gotten blisters on my tongue!
Thank goodness for whole milk!

ahh, but the end result is amazing... Big Grin

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03-08-2012, 09:58 AM
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RE: Murder on the Capsaicin Express
Jenn-
As far as drying, I string them through the stems with heavy thread or yarn and just hang them in my kitchen. You can grind them into powder with a food processor, blender, or a comal-one of those stone bowls with a pestle. It's really easy when the chilis/peppers are dry.
If you don't want to wait so long for them to dry, you can put them in a very low temp oven on a cookie sheet. Turn them occasionally.

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