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Halcyon+On+On
Liebchen



Registered: Sep 2004
Location: midcoast

Fuckin' one-percenters!


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Trancealot
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Registered: Mar 2001
Location: Binghamton,ny--Roxy NYC!

quote:
Originally posted by srussell0018
$18


$17!

What is a typical price for pasta section at your home town restuarants?? I see ranges from 10 to 20. More then it would have to be a very fancy restaurant.

Lunch deals you get similar pasta dishes for 5 to 10. Not that for dinner.


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zyklon-jay
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Registered: Oct 2011
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you guys eat like shit. *points*

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srussell0018
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Registered: Dec 2006
Location: Blumsberg

I'd say an average pasta dinner, depending what it is, would be around $25-30. Although I never get pasta at restaurants.


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netroM
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Registered: Jan 2002
Location: Trondheim

After reading this thread, I recently went to an asian-foods store and acquired a bottle of Sriracha (with green spin top).
While it hasn't exactly changed my life, I put it on/in most of the food I eat at home now, and everything tastes a bit more spicier.

I like it


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LAdazeNYnights
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Registered: Nov 2009
Location: Los Angeles, CA

quote:
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While it hasn't exactly changed my life, I put it on/in most of the food I eat at home now



So what you're saying is...it has changed your life.

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itsamemario
Italian Plumber



Registered: Jun 2001
Location: Mushroom Kingdom

quote:
Originally posted by netroM
After reading this thread, I recently went to an asian-foods store and acquired a bottle of Sriracha (with green spin top).
While it hasn't exactly changed my life, I put it on/in most of the food I eat at home now, and everything tastes a bit more spicier.

I like it


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Traditional Thai Sriracha sauce tends to be tangier, sweeter, and runnier in texture than non-Thai versions, and is available in varying heat levels[citation needed]. Non-Thai sauces are different in flavor, color, and texture from Thai versions. The Huy Fong Foods brand dominates in the USA.


Green top bottle = huy fong. so that may be why perhaps.

My last bbq sauce was hot enough to qualify as a hot sauce. I predict it was somewhere around the low hundred k's on the Scoville scale.
The others seemed to think it was pretty strong at least. I can't really tell anymore, I put fucking chocolate habaneros on everything.

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Boomer187
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Registered: Aug 2001
Location: USA

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classic nachos!


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itsamemario
Italian Plumber



Registered: Jun 2001
Location: Mushroom Kingdom

I've tried making a couple of hot sauces now. One that was pretty liquidy, and all scary orange, and one thicker almost like a bbq sauce that was just bleedingly hot. I see myself pretty versed on the Scoville Heat Scale and I'd put the first one at around 200k and the second one near 450k, I had some jolokias in that one Allright that's all I got time for now, I've got some habanero breads to go punch. Later bitches.


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Halcyon+On+On
Liebchen



Registered: Sep 2004
Location: midcoast

Procured some of this, because of the conversation srussell and I were having the other day:



Tried 5 drops on a tortilla chip. Deliciousness.

It's a brand super local to me, so I am not sure on how available it will be outside of CO, but I can really recommend it. I think maybe it's not the "pure" ghost pepper experience others may have that absolutely decimates, since the 2nd ingredient is red habaneros, but it's definitely got an excellent taste nevertheless.


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srussell0018
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Registered: Dec 2006
Location: Blumsberg

Hot sauce names are the best. My favorite was from New Orleans and it was called Bayou Butt-Burner.


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