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Old October 11th, 2014, 11:31 AM   #21
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Hello Tim. Thanks for the correction. Of course, I am not a REAL Texan.

Wonder if they--or jalapenos--would flavour a haggis instead of the traditional cayenne?

Hmmm.

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Old October 11th, 2014, 11:41 AM   #22
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I should keep those for Howard's Scrapple if I were you...
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Hello Tim. Hmm, no offense, but jalapenos are for wimps. Surely that should read "habaneras"?
You're thinking about the dance, Lynn, or possibly the "Habaņera" aria from Carmen ("L'amour est un oiseau rebelle...")

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KJ_HHRJf0xg
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My first thought was jeez that's a lot of peppers...but then I read closer, saw the meat quantities, and skimmed down to the bit where you say it makes about one and a half gallons...I assume you don't eat that at a single sitting!

-Pecos Dave White-

If I had two beers in me, Dave...I could with ease.
On the other hand, I cannot drink beer along with food.
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Hi How

Then I'm glad there's an Ocean between us when you pebbledash that pan!

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Plus a fella gets sorta flammable after eating so much chili.
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Old October 11th, 2014, 12:34 PM   #27
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Before I retired I used to volunteer to work as a polling clerk at all sorts of elections. Most of the time the polling station I was assigned to was in Barking which has a large Indian population. The local councilors were mostly of Indian extraction and one of them at lunchtime used to bring in an enormous tray of samosas, they were absolutely delicious, well spiced but you could still identify the contents.
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Then I'm glad there's an Ocean between us when you pebbledash that pan!
God, what an image
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Of course, all this spicy food has an effect on How and, indirectly, the general district :

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iDS9WfAy5WA
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Gareth:
How's this for an image....
Back in the early 1970's, I had a Mexican friend who once ate so much hot food at a party that he had to go and lie face down on the grass in the front yard of the homeowner...from the heat of the chow
I wasn't there, but two fellas I knew told me about it.
Thats frigging hot.
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