If you can read this, either the style sheet didn't load or you have an older browser that doesn't support style sheets. Try clearing your browser cache and refreshing the page.

(Daily Mail)   South Carolina grows the world's hottest pepper, or as they call it in Texas: "mild"   (dailymail.co.uk) divider line 110
    More: Interesting, South Carolina, Texas, Scoville, New Mexico State University, chili peppers, Chester County  
•       •       •

7523 clicks; posted to Main » on 26 Dec 2013 at 9:14 PM (15 weeks ago)   |  Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»



110 Comments   (+0 »)
   
View Voting Results: Smartest and Funniest

First | « | 1 | 2 | 3 | » | Last | Show all
 
2013-12-26 07:25:12 PM
Spasms and vomiting?  Jeez, where do I sign up?
 
2013-12-26 07:35:42 PM

2wolves: Spasms and vomiting?  Jeez, where do I sign up?


lunar.thegamez.net
 
2013-12-26 07:43:53 PM
Uh, hate to break it to you, submitter, but the only thing Texas has a claim on is diarrhea and rectal burning.

Oklahoma has far better chili AND BBQ.
 
2013-12-26 07:47:58 PM
Grown deep in the jungle primeval by the inmates of a Guatemalan insane asylum.
 
2013-12-26 07:51:18 PM
This craze, too, shall pass.  With lots of rectal burning.
 
2013-12-26 07:55:43 PM

hardinparamedic: Uh, hate to break it to you, submitter, but the only thing Texas has a claim on is diarrhea and rectal burning.

Oklahoma has far better chili AND BBQ.


*GASP*

www.pmslweb.com
 
2013-12-26 08:08:29 PM

hardinparamedic: Uh, hate to break it to you, submitter, but the only thing Texas has a claim on is diarrhea and rectal burning.

Oklahoma has far better chili AND BBQ.


10/10

/Oklahoma doesn't even sell real beer
 
2013-12-26 08:12:30 PM
www.chilefoundry.com
 
2013-12-26 08:34:11 PM

hardinparamedic: Uh, hate to break it to you, submitter, but the only thing Texas has a claim on is diarrhea and rectal burning.

Oklahoma has far better chili AND BBQ.


This is correct.

/also, those peppers just look like a trinidad scorpion variety.
//and it could have just been a good year for them in S Carolina this year
 
2013-12-26 08:36:08 PM

Peter von Nostrand: Oklahoma doesn't even sell real beer


Yes they do, you just have to go to the liquor store to get it, which if you like beer, you're going to do anyway.

/rather than the regular mass consumption crap
 
2013-12-26 08:45:55 PM

twistedmetal: Peter von Nostrand: Oklahoma doesn't even sell real beer

Yes they do, you just have to go to the liquor store to get it, which if you like beer, you're going to do anyway.

/rather than the regular mass consumption crap


Whatever, facty mcfactterson
 
2013-12-26 08:48:16 PM
Awesome. A Texas-Oklahoma pissing match in a thread that isn't about either. Nothing like seeing two of America's most retarded duke it out.
 
2013-12-26 08:50:10 PM

Solid State Vittles: Awesome. A Texas-Oklahoma pissing match in a thread that isn't about either. Nothing like seeing two of America's most retarded duke it out.


Bum fights with nuclear weapons.
 
2013-12-26 09:19:12 PM
As a Carolinian who just drove 1200 miles over the last 2 days coming back from TX, I can tell you - they are pussies when it comes to a) BBQ, b) chili, c) public nudity.
 
2013-12-26 09:23:57 PM
I wouldn't say Texas has the hottest peppers. I have connections in the Indian community to get access to bhut jolokia grown in small greenhouses. Admittedly, they're in Dallas, but no one would put them in chili. About the hottest anyone uses are habanero, but jalapeno and serrano peppers are more versatile.

Does anyone else think Dave's Insanity Sauce has a garlic note?
 
2013-12-26 09:26:43 PM
Texas? Mild? Psshhh. Whatevs.
 
2013-12-26 09:30:17 PM

hardinparamedic: Uh, hate to break it to you, submitter, but the only thing Texas has a claim on is diarrhea and rectal burning.

Oklahoma has far better chili AND BBQ.


Don't know about the chili, but neither Texas nor Oklahoma has the best BBQ.  The Carolinas FTW.
 
2013-12-26 09:31:53 PM

WhoopAssWayne: As a Carolinian who just drove 1200 miles over the last 2 days coming back from TX, I can tell you - they are pussies when it comes to a) BBQ, b) chili, c) public nudity.


okay i'll bite, please explain C
 
2013-12-26 09:33:07 PM

Solid State Vittles: Awesome. A Texas-Oklahoma pissing match in a thread that isn't about either. Nothing like seeing two of America's most retarded duke it out.


Neither 'bama nor Miss'sippi were referenced, let alone Alaska.

I don't get the dick-measuring contest that insists food should hurt, but then I'm happy with my plonker's dimensions.
 
2013-12-26 09:34:31 PM

wildcardjack: I wouldn't say Texas has the hottest peppers. I have connections in the Indian community to get access to bhut jolokia grown in small greenhouses. Admittedly, they're in Dallas, but no one would put them in chili. About the hottest anyone uses are habanero, but jalapeno and serrano peppers are more versatile.

Does anyone else think Dave's Insanity Sauce has a garlic note?


Yeah. That's why I stopped putting it on Cheerios.
 
2013-12-26 09:35:12 PM

ChubbyTiger: hardinparamedic: Uh, hate to break it to you, submitter, but the only thing Texas has a claim on is diarrhea and rectal burning.

Oklahoma has far better chili AND BBQ.

Don't know about the chili, but neither Texas nor Oklahoma has the best BBQ.  The Carolinas FTW.


not fair to compare two totally different styles/taste of BBQ.
 
2013-12-26 09:36:55 PM

dionysusaur: Solid State Vittles: Awesome. A Texas-Oklahoma pissing match in a thread that isn't about either. Nothing like seeing two of America's most retarded duke it out.

Neither 'bama nor Miss'sippi were referenced, let alone Alaska.

I don't get the dick-measuring contest that insists food should hurt, but then I'm happy with my plonker's dimensions.


Two OF America's most retarded.  OF.
 
2013-12-26 09:42:52 PM

WhoopAssWayne: As a Carolinian who just drove 1200 miles over the last 2 days coming back from TX, I can tell you - they are pussies when it comes to a) BBQ, b) chili, c) public nudity.


a) They don't want BBQ in their pussy b)they don't want chili in their pussy c)maybe you don't wanna see it anyway?

/nothin
 
2013-12-26 09:43:23 PM
Who cares who has the hottest pepper? You can't taste the difference at that hotness anyway, and there's no point in putting it on food.
 
2013-12-26 09:45:12 PM

wildcardjack: Does anyone else think Dave's Insanity Sauce has a garlic note?


If you're looking for it I suggest this:

iloveitspicy.com
 
2013-12-26 09:47:46 PM
I got some of those all-red habaneros.  Hot.
 
2013-12-26 09:50:37 PM

jonohull: Who cares who has the hottest pepper? You can't taste the difference at that hotness anyway, and there's no point in putting it on food.


agreed, i get a wings or chili place making extremely hot foods for fun. but who does this crap at home.
 
2013-12-26 09:52:54 PM
From the pictures it just looks like a Butch T or a Moruga.
 
2013-12-26 09:53:25 PM

wildcardjack: I wouldn't say Texas has the hottest peppers. I have connections in the Indian community to get access to bhut jolokia grown in small greenhouses. Admittedly, they're in Dallas, but no one would put them in chili. About the hottest anyone uses are habanero, but jalapeno and serrano peppers are more versatile.

Does anyone else think Dave's Insanity Sauce has a garlic note?


Yes, but only when Dave eats Italian the night before.
 
2013-12-26 09:54:22 PM

wildcardjack: I have connections in the Indian community to get access to bhut jolokia grown in small greenhouses


Those things are a serious biatch to get to bear fruit.  Easy to keep alive and grow with hydro but getting them to fruit up was agonizing. Gave up on my last batch after 3 peppers.  I even feathered the hell outa them.
 
2013-12-26 09:59:49 PM

ChubbyTiger: hardinparamedic: Uh, hate to break it to you, submitter, but the only thing Texas has a claim on is diarrhea and rectal burning.

Oklahoma has far better chili AND BBQ.

Don't know about the chili, but neither Texas nor Oklahoma has the best BBQ.  The Carolinas FTW.


Yeah, I'd say that too if I hid behind vinegar to hide the taste.
Hell, even your wife does.


/I'm sorry that was too easy to let go.
 
2013-12-26 10:00:40 PM
I admit, for the most part, I don't understand the "SUPER ULTRA HOT PEPPER" shiat. That's not flavor anymore, that is *Chemical burns*.

/There are some circumstances that I do understand it in. I believe there's a pizza chain out there which offers a "Russian Roulette" pizza: Under the cheese in one of the slices is diced ghost pepper or something like that.
 
2013-12-26 10:00:50 PM
I use a jalapeno, habanero, ghost pepper powder mix in mine. Delicious!
 
2013-12-26 10:01:19 PM
img.fark.net
 
2013-12-26 10:01:28 PM

WhoopAssWayne: As a Carolinian who just drove 1200 miles over the last 2 days coming back from TX, I can tell you - they are pussies when it comes to a) BBQ, b) chili, c) public nudity.


We're not against public nudity, just your public nudity.
 
2013-12-26 10:02:51 PM

Waldo Pepper: okay i'll bite, please explain C


Christmas Dinner. My MIL cooked a perfectly moist delicious turkey. She's from NC but has lived in TX for 60 years. We have a prayer. As we sit down to eat, with the entire family, I see her put some sort of molasses/ketchup/honey sh*t on her turkey. I don't really get it at first, just play along, try to be cool, but then I get it - she's putting that TX BBQ sauce sh*t on a perfectly roasted piece of bird. I flip out. I can't believe it. My wife is trying to cool me down, but damn, it's just too much. I strip off, yank the two turkey legs off and start running down their street covered in sh*tty TX BBQ sauce and, in a pretty threatening way, I'm waving two turkey legs at everyone I can find. It's appalling. A disgrace what she did to that bird.
 
2013-12-26 10:03:27 PM

italie: wildcardjack: I wouldn't say Texas has the hottest peppers. I have connections in the Indian community to get access to bhut jolokia grown in small greenhouses. Admittedly, they're in Dallas, but no one would put them in chili. About the hottest anyone uses are habanero, but jalapeno and serrano peppers are more versatile.

Does anyone else think Dave's Insanity Sauce has a garlic note?

Yes, but only when Dave eats Italian the night before.


Hehehehe
 
2013-12-26 10:03:52 PM
fusillade762: Cholula hot sauce

Great on a burger, although calling Cholula "hot" is a bit of a stretch.
 
2013-12-26 10:06:39 PM

Felgraf: I admit, for the most part, I don't understand the "SUPER ULTRA HOT PEPPER" shiat. That's not flavor anymore, that is *Chemical burns*.

/There are some circumstances that I do understand it in. I believe there's a pizza chain out there which offers a "Russian Roulette" pizza: Under the cheese in one of the slices is diced ghost pepper or something like that.


It's all about the You-Tube videos.
 
2013-12-26 10:08:13 PM

Sgygus: fusillade762: Cholula hot sauce

Great on a burger, although calling Cholula "hot" is a bit of a stretch.


Yeah, the garlic flavor easily overshadows any hotness. I like it in V8.
 
2013-12-26 10:12:53 PM
What the world's hottest pooper might look like:


4.bp.blogspot.com
 
2013-12-26 10:14:40 PM
Paul Bosland, director of the Chile Pepper Institute

!
 
2013-12-26 10:14:49 PM

Sgygus: fusillade762: Cholula hot sauce

Great on a burger, although calling Cholula "hot" is a bit of a stretch.


I agree but I'd eat cholula on almost anything. Especially the garlic one. Love the stuff.
 
2013-12-26 10:15:58 PM

fusillade762: wildcardjack: Does anyone else think Dave's Insanity Sauce has a garlic note?

If you're looking for it I suggest this:

[iloveitspicy.com image 219x600]


Not really a fan.  I think it tastes kind of... gritty.

Otherwise, it's fairly drinkable.  As in, it's not hot.

Dave's Insanity has garlic in it, but it's not that prominent.
 
2013-12-26 10:17:37 PM
Now there's a headline that doesn't make a lick of sense...
 
2013-12-26 10:26:23 PM

WhoopAssWayne: As a Carolinian who just drove 1200 miles over the last 2 days coming back from TX, I can tell you - they are pussies when it comes to a) BBQ, b) chili, c) public nudity.


As a CaroMissTennTexan who just drove 1400 miles from San Antonio to NC for the holidays, I'll say both have good BBQ. Though pork is better than beef. But brisket is good too.

/Oklahoma is like Arkansas, just slightly more desolate
 
2013-12-26 10:29:31 PM

wildcardjack: I wouldn't say Texas has the hottest peppers. I have connections in the Indian community to get access to bhut jolokia grown in small greenhouses. Admittedly, they're in Dallas, but no one would put them in chili. About the hottest anyone uses are habanero, but jalapeno and serrano peppers are more versatile.

Does anyone else think Dave's Insanity Sauce has a garlic note?


Maybe, a little.

CSB, first time we had my Indian son-in-law to-be over to our place, was for Thanksgiving.  We sat down to eat  and everybody took what they wanted, but, the SIL to-be was looking around the table.  It dawned on me, that since he was Southern Indian, our food would be pretty bland to him.  I asked him if he would like some hot sauce for his food and he said yes.  I don't think he had any faith that I would show up with anything worthwhile, but, he was desperate.  I brought out 5 or 6 bottles that were in the fridge, but, thought the Insanity Sauce would be the best bet and recommended it to him.  He put a small puddle on his plate and began to eat.  After a few forkfuls, he turned to me and said, "This is very flavorful sauce."  He dumped even more on his plate and said, "This sauce would be popular in India."  After that introduction, I have his full confidence.
 
2013-12-26 10:29:48 PM

Felgraf: I admit, for the most part, I don't understand the "SUPER ULTRA HOT PEPPER" shiat. That's not flavor anymore, that is *Chemical burns*.


It's a food product, essentially.
 
2013-12-26 10:31:46 PM

zimbomba63: wildcardjack: I wouldn't say Texas has the hottest peppers. I have connections in the Indian community to get access to bhut jolokia grown in small greenhouses. Admittedly, they're in Dallas, but no one would put them in chili. About the hottest anyone uses are habanero, but jalapeno and serrano peppers are more versatile.

Does anyone else think Dave's Insanity Sauce has a garlic note?

Maybe, a little.

CSB, first time we had my Indian son-in-law to-be over to our place, was for Thanksgiving.  We sat down to eat  and everybody took what they wanted, but, the SIL to-be was looking around the table.  It dawned on me, that since he was Southern Indian, our food would be pretty bland to him.  I asked him if he would like some hot sauce for his food and he said yes.  I don't think he had any faith that I would show up with anything worthwhile, but, he was desperate.  I brought out 5 or 6 bottles that were in the fridge, but, thought the Insanity Sauce would be the best bet and recommended it to him.  He put a small puddle on his plate and began to eat.  After a few forkfuls, he turned to me and said, "This is very flavorful sauce."  He dumped even more on his plate and said, "This sauce would be popular in India."  After that introduction, I have his full confidence.


That's awesome.
 
2013-12-26 10:35:14 PM

Solid State Vittles: dionysusaur: Solid State Vittles: Awesome. A Texas-Oklahoma pissing match in a thread that isn't about either. Nothing like seeing two of America's most retarded duke it out.

Neither 'bama nor Miss'sippi were referenced, let alone Alaska.

I don't get the dick-measuring contest that insists food should hurt, but then I'm happy with my plonker's dimensions.

Two OF America's most retarded.  OF.


But Texas and its hat aren't even in the dumbest 5.

/ 6th and 7th, sure.
 
Displayed 50 of 110 comments

First | « | 1 | 2 | 3 | » | Last | Show all

View Voting Results: Smartest and Funniest


This thread is closed to new comments.

Continue Farking
Submit a Link »






Report