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2012-10-05 02:44:54 PM  
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//You know it's a good mongolian grill when you tell the guy you want it hot and he squeezes the bottle for a solid 10 count.
 
2012-10-05 02:52:11 PM  

cretinbob: [i3.kym-cdn.com image 273x234]

//You know it's a good mongolian grill when you tell the guy you want it hot and he squeezes the bottle for a solid 10 count.



Damn. That will kill you.

They (Huy Fong) make a Chili Garlic sauce that is perfect for adding a nice but not overwhelming heat and flavor stir fry.


/I'll pass adding hot sauce to ice cream though. :)
 
2012-10-05 03:04:47 PM  

UberDave: cretinbob: [i3.kym-cdn.com image 273x234]

//You know it's a good mongolian grill when you tell the guy you want it hot and he squeezes the bottle for a solid 10 count.


Damn. That will kill you.

They (Huy Fong) make a Chili Garlic sauce that is perfect for adding a nice but not overwhelming heat and flavor stir fry.


/I'll pass adding hot sauce to ice cream though. :)


Some of the heat comes out when you cook it, and they probably cut it with something else. I like stuff that has flavor, not just heat.
I can tell you though, habanero poppers will never catch on.
 
2012-10-05 04:06:59 PM  
Actually, that would be Sriracha cookie ice cream sandwiches. And they didn't even make the flipping ice cream.
 
2012-10-05 04:44:12 PM  
OK, I love - LOVE - sriracha...but that sounds fkn gross
 
2012-10-05 04:52:46 PM  
FTFA: "There's spicy ice cream, and then there's Sriracha ice cream."

Yes, they're right. Sriracha *is* pretty darned mild.

/you've got to be a sick puppy to want it on ice cream though
 
2012-10-05 04:54:11 PM  
What madness is this?
 
2012-10-05 04:54:20 PM  
Sriracha is just not that hot. That's party why it's good - you can taste the sauce. Some of the other sauces are so hot it's just capsacin and you burn out the tast receptors.
 
2012-10-05 04:56:20 PM  
I don't care how good you say it is, I am not eating anything with "cock sauce" as an ingredient.
 
2012-10-05 04:56:42 PM  
This sounds incredible. If one thing is good and another thing is good the obvious thing to do is add them together to make them double good. Increase the size by two as well. There is no good reason to enjoy ice cream as ice cream and dishes that favor sriracha separately. In fact blend all your food together, bread it, deep fry it and enjoy. It'll have to be good!

/fat american
 
2012-10-05 05:00:14 PM  
1) I like spicy things as much as the next guy, but as an adult, I know that there are limits to how much should be used so that it doesn't overwhelm other flavors.

2) I also know that making food is like making music. You have to use flavors (and sounds) that compliment each other.

This recipe violates both rules.
 
2012-10-05 05:03:27 PM  
Yeah, that sounds disgusting. I do love Sriracha, though, but not on my ice cream.

csb, Sriracha edition...Years ago a couple of friends were really drunk and we were eating chili. Like a bunch of drunken idiots, we decided to see who could handle the most Sriracha on our chili. Several minutes into the contest, my mouth felt like it was swollen on the inside and someone was poking pins into my lips. We were sweating so much, it looked like we had all taken a shower. After the contest was over with no winner declared, my stomach started to rumble. The projectile vomiting that spewed from my mouth and nose was a sight to behold. It's a good thing we were outside because vomit went everywhere. There was so much Sriracha in my vomit, my friend's dog wouldn't even take a sample lick. It was extremely painful but I'm sure it would have been much worse had I not been drunk. Of course, had I not been drunk, I never would have participated in such a ridiculous contest in the first place. 

I still like Sriracha though, but in manageable quantities.
 
2012-10-05 05:04:03 PM  

gweilo8888: Yes, they're right. Sriracha *is* pretty darned mild.


True, but it's still pretty tasty.

/you've got to be a sick puppy to want it on ice cream though

Chile heat cut with the richness (and literal chill) of ice cream should work really well. I'd probably wolf down the stuff.
 
2012-10-05 05:08:19 PM  

Nightsweat: Sriracha is just not that hot. That's party why it's good - you can taste the sauce. Some of the other sauces are so hot it's just capsacin and you burn out the tast receptors.


It's why I like Cholula and Frank's Red Hot as well as Sriracha.
 
2012-10-05 05:09:24 PM  
Just walk away. Leave the ice cream sandwiches and walk away.
 
2012-10-05 05:12:45 PM  
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2012-10-05 05:14:39 PM  

Nightsweat: Sriracha is just not that hot. That's party why it's good - you can taste the sauce. Some of the other sauces are so hot it's just capsacin and you burn out the tast receptors.


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2012-10-05 05:16:10 PM  
Sriracha awesome sauce has quite a bit of garlic and other flavours in it that don't mix well with ice cream.

Tabasco, on the other hand, is much more subtle flavor-wise. Capsaicin is actually a stereoisomer of vanillin, so it actually complements the flavor of vanilla ice cream quite well. I worked in a dining court in college, and one of our custom ice cream flavours was Tabasco. We'd add 1/2 cup Tabasco brand hot pepper sauce to a 3 gallon bag of vanilla soft-serve mix. It was pretty darn tasty. (That works out to 2 tsp. (10 ml) for a one-quart batch, if anyone was to mix some up at home)

/csb
 
2012-10-05 05:18:44 PM  

cretinbob: UberDave: cretinbob: [i3.kym-cdn.com image 273x234]

//You know it's a good mongolian grill when you tell the guy you want it hot and he squeezes the bottle for a solid 10 count.


Damn. That will kill you.

They (Huy Fong) make a Chili Garlic sauce that is perfect for adding a nice but not overwhelming heat and flavor stir fry.


/I'll pass adding hot sauce to ice cream though. :)

Some of the heat comes out when you cook it, and they probably cut it with something else. I like stuff that has flavor, not just heat.
I can tell you though, habanero poppers will never catch on.


I've been there sir, and I agree. Jalapeno peppers stuffed with cream cheese and wrapped in bacon (350 for twenty minutes for those of you keeping track) are excellent. I tried it with habaneros and while the heat didn't kill me the flavor was, well meh...
 
2012-10-05 05:21:51 PM  

MikeSass: I don't care how good you say it is, I am not eating anything with "cock sauce" as an ingredient.


That's cool; your mom will eat it all.

/sorry
 
2012-10-05 05:27:12 PM  
Repulsive mixture of ingredients aside, what does this mean: Coconut shreds take this sandwich to all new "high'ts". Illiterate writer that hasn't seen the word "heights"?
 
2012-10-05 05:27:31 PM  
I eat so much sriracha I have a home bottle and a work bottle.

But this sounds awful.
 
2012-10-05 05:39:58 PM  
what the heck is cock sauce?

/sounds better than the ice cream abomination
 
2012-10-05 05:40:35 PM  

Morgellons: Sriracha awesome sauce has quite a bit of garlic and other flavours in it that don't mix well with ice cream.

Tabasco, on the other hand, is much more subtle flavor-wise. Capsaicin is actually a stereoisomer of vanillin, so it actually complements the flavor of vanilla ice cream quite well. I worked in a dining court in college, and one of our custom ice cream flavours was Tabasco. We'd add 1/2 cup Tabasco brand hot pepper sauce to a 3 gallon bag of vanilla soft-serve mix. It was pretty darn tasty. (That works out to 2 tsp. (10 ml) for a one-quart batch, if anyone was to mix some up at home)

/csb


Tabasco is piss. Habaneros rule. Possibly the best hot sauce in the world is Marie Sharpe's Habanero Fiery. Made in Belize, and has both flavor and heat. Tabasco has neither heat nor flavor. Experiment and grow.
 
2012-10-05 05:43:01 PM  
My digestive system just cowered in terror.

/capsaicin intolerant
 
2012-10-05 05:51:04 PM  
I know, it sounds bizarre, but I would absolutely try this.

Probably not eat all of it, but I'd have a bite or two to see what it was all about.

Sriracha is awesome, and like Tony Chachere's, it goes on everything.
 
2012-10-05 05:56:50 PM  
That sauce really is very mild; I would be more impressed if someone told me that they had a sriracha enema.
 
2012-10-05 06:01:35 PM  
I want to try this.
 
2012-10-05 06:05:40 PM  
could be interesting. there are a lot of different ways to make an ice cream... I've definitely had ice cream with peppers and enjoyed it. the thing is, we're taught ice cream is supposed to be some sweet dessert dish, but it can be more versatile. I've had avocado ice cream that might be my favorite ice cream ever, but it really wanted satisfy you if you were looking for a sweet dessert.

I love sriracha for crap foods and weird experiments, but when you're trying to make something nice, I think it's better to use a fresh pepper.

/ btw sriracha is actually pretty mild as far as hot sauces go. people like it because it tastes better than other hot sauces.
 
2012-10-05 06:07:13 PM  

pute kisses like a man: but it really wanted won't satisfy you if you were looking for a sweet dessert


/ my mind just types the wrong words these days. not even spelling errors, just completely unrelated words. what a nuisance
 
2012-10-05 06:31:36 PM  

ChadM89: I eat so much sriracha I have a home bottle and a work bottle.

But this sounds awful.


I think the sriracha might be good in peanutty cookie. But I bet it would be even better just drizzled on the Thai basil ice cream.
 
2012-10-05 06:33:23 PM  
My anus is burning just looking at those pictures.
 
2012-10-05 06:33:34 PM  

pute kisses like a man: could be interesting. there are a lot of different ways to make an ice cream... I've definitely had ice cream with peppers and enjoyed it. the thing is, we're taught ice cream is supposed to be some sweet dessert dish, but it can be more versatile. I've had avocado ice cream that might be my favorite ice cream ever, but it really wanted satisfy you if you were looking for a sweet dessert.


I've had olive oil ice cream and corn ice cream that knocked me on my ass. Also, a swirl of pumpkin ice cream and pie crust ice cream. That was awesome.
 
2012-10-05 06:34:12 PM  
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2012-10-05 06:39:17 PM  

Billy Bathsalt: Repulsive mixture of ingredients aside, what does this mean: Coconut shreds take this sandwich to all new "high'ts". Illiterate writer that hasn't seen the word "heights"?


Looking at THE GLUT LIFE, where this originated from, I'm gonna go out on a limb and say it was an MJ reference.
 
2012-10-05 06:39:30 PM  
Would, so hard. Or is that wood?
 
2012-10-05 06:51:24 PM  
That looks gross to me. I love all those things but that was just gross. Maybe it would be good with Franks?
 
2012-10-05 06:51:25 PM  

Nightsweat: Sriracha is just not that hot. That's party why it's good - you can taste the sauce. Some of the other sauces are so hot it's just capsacin and you burn out the tast receptors.


this
 
2012-10-05 06:58:07 PM  

pute kisses like a man: could be interesting. there are a lot of different ways to make an ice cream... I've definitely had ice cream with peppers and enjoyed it. the thing is, we're taught ice cream is supposed to be some sweet dessert dish, but it can be more versatile. I've had avocado ice cream that might be my favorite ice cream ever, but it really wanted satisfy you if you were looking for a sweet dessert.

I love sriracha for crap foods and weird experiments, but when you're trying to make something nice, I think it's better to use a fresh pepper.

/ btw sriracha is actually pretty mild as far as hot sauces go. people like it because it tastes better than other hot sauces.


If you read the ingredient list on sriracha, it turns out that it's pretty much ketchup made with red jalapenos instead of tomatoes.

/likes to dip french fries in an 80-20 mix of sriracha and ketchup
 
2012-10-05 07:13:34 PM  
No one's commenting on the author?

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2012-10-05 07:37:12 PM  
Fark that coconut shiat!

The rest is fine though.
 
2012-10-05 07:40:37 PM  
I put Sriracha on everything from Asian to Mexican food but I just don't see it working well as an ice cream sandwich ingredient. Id try it if someone else made it but Im not going to the time and expense to do it myself only to find out I hated it.
 
2012-10-05 07:47:11 PM  

Igor Jakovsky: I put Sriracha on everything from Asian to Mexican food but I just don't see it working well as an ice cream sandwich ingredient. Id try it if someone else made it but Im not going to the time and expense to do it myself only to find out I hated it.


Make the receipe with siracha only mixed in for a very small cookie.

/everyone wins.
 
2012-10-05 07:55:44 PM  
Loves these things

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2012-10-05 07:55:45 PM  

Parthenogenetic: No one's commenting on the author?

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Nah, she's kind of meh. Not unattractive, but not very pretty either, unless you have a strong case of yellow fever.
 
2012-10-05 07:56:18 PM  
I have not idea what that is, but I read the headline as Hulu Siri talking to me Ice cream android sandwich 2.3

/its not the radiation from the cell phones killing us, it's the goddam names of the shiat they make.
 
2012-10-05 08:05:09 PM  

Morgellons: Sriracha awesome sauce has quite a bit of garlic and other flavours in it that don't mix well with ice cream.

Tabasco, on the other hand, is much more subtle flavor-wise. Capsaicin is actually a stereoisomer of vanillin, so it actually complements the flavor of vanilla ice cream quite well. I worked in a dining court in college, and one of our custom ice cream flavours was Tabasco. We'd add 1/2 cup Tabasco brand hot pepper sauce to a 3 gallon bag of vanilla soft-serve mix. It was pretty darn tasty. (That works out to 2 tsp. (10 ml) for a one-quart batch, if anyone was to mix some up at home)

/csb


Just Thursday, I ate an ice-cream sandwich, dabbing it with CaJohns Scorpion sauce. It was tasty as hell.
 
2012-10-05 08:22:28 PM  

Habitual Cynic: Tabasco is piss. Habaneros rule. Possibly the best hot sauce in the world is Marie Sharpe's Habanero Fiery. Made in Belize, and has both flavor and heat. Tabasco has neither heat nor flavor. Experiment and grow.


You said "habanero" and "flavor" in the same sentence. I'm not buying it. I do agree though Tabasco isn't my favourite hot sauce, the point with that recipe was not to make hot sauce flavour ice cream, but to make vanilla ice cream with a little "tingle". To that end, it worked.

Parthenogenetic: No one's commenting on the author?

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Like the fist of an angry god....

Although, from TFA:
Dominique would be a foodie if she had money to pay for food. For now, she gets by just looking at food photography, which results in at least one more starving journalism student every time Instagram breaks down.

...That's kind of sad.
 
2012-10-05 08:41:56 PM  
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/Although *jack doesn't care for the potassium metabisulfite.
 
2012-10-05 08:53:33 PM  
Hmmm... I have 15 lbs of fresh ghost chilies and access to an ice-cream maker.

/Muhahahaha!
 
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