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2021-03-08 8:44:06 PM  
Add honey? Add liquid smoke? By spicy do you mean hot or uses not a lot of spices?

https://www.bunsinmyoven.com/tangy-ca​r​olina-barbecue-sauce/
 
2021-03-08 8:44:56 PM  
 
2021-03-08 8:49:39 PM  
https://heygrillhey.com/carolina-vine​g​ar-bbq-sauce/

Reduce the hot pepper flakes to about a teaspoon or less if you want it not so spicy.
 
2021-03-08 8:54:53 PM  

Wanebo: https://heygrillhey.com/carolina-vine​g​ar-bbq-sauce/

Reduce the hot pepper flakes to about a teaspoon or less if you want it not so spicy.


That site also has a pretty great recipe for a mustard and vinegar based sauce too.
 
2021-03-08 8:59:33 PM  
Check my profile and add more vinegar.  I had to come up with a sauce for a house full of people with food incompatibilties, and that one's not bad.
 
2021-03-08 9:02:10 PM  
Vinegar, ketchup.
Sugar.
 
jbc [TotalFark]
2021-03-08 9:03:13 PM  
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2021-03-08 9:11:32 PM  
Define "Spicey" what ingredients do you consider spicy.

You got that quantified. Like what things you think are 'spicy'.

Okay...
Get a carolina BBQ sauce recipe and move those things you consider spicy.
Mission Accomplished.
 
2021-03-08 9:13:58 PM  
Sub the vinegar and red pepper with the liquid from a jar of "Claussen Pickles"
 
2021-03-08 9:52:49 PM  
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2021-03-08 10:00:14 PM  

vudukungfu: Vinegar, ketchup.
Sugar.


Wrong
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Yeah I'm going there, biatch
 
2021-03-09 12:58:27 AM  
A good one?  No, but that's because there's no such thing as a good Carolina-style vinegar BBQ sauce.
 
2021-03-09 1:05:20 AM  
When I say not spicy, I mean not much if any heat.
 
2021-03-09 1:16:21 AM  

optikeye: Define "Spicey" what ingredients do you consider spicy.

You got that quantified. Like what things you think are 'spicy'.

Okay...
Get a carolina BBQ sauce recipe and move those things you consider spicy.
Mission Accomplished.


yeah I really don't get what's so hard about this thought-process
 
2021-03-09 2:04:25 AM  
Replace the cayenne with your favorite paprika and/or maybe some anato paste.
 
2021-03-09 8:03:24 AM  

tintar: optikeye: Define "Spicey" what ingredients do you consider spicy.

You got that quantified. Like what things you think are 'spicy'.

Okay...
Get a carolina BBQ sauce recipe and move those things you consider spicy.
Mission Accomplished.

yeah I really don't get what's so hard about this thought-process


Next up: "How do I make my boiling water for pasta less boiling so it simmers?"
 
2021-03-09 8:18:32 AM  
My go to is brown mustard, cider vinegar , apple butter, and white pepper.
 
2021-03-09 8:29:18 AM  

optikeye: Define "Spicey" what ingredients do you consider spicy.


This.
Are we talking Wisconsin "not spicy" or Louisiana "not spicy"?
Because if we are going with Wisconsin "not spicy", take a can of Campbell's tomato soup, add a tablespoon of apple cider vinegar, and an eighth of a teaspoon of black pepper.  Here you go.

If we are talking Louisiana "not spicy", play with the brand/style of mustard you use.  After that, see previous comments about playing with the amounts of spices you use. Also, and just a thought here, leave the ghost peppers and Carolina reaper peppers out.
 
2021-03-09 8:52:27 AM  
Omit the Carolina Reaper chile peppers.
 
2021-03-09 9:23:58 AM  
Replace the spicy bits with mayo.
 
2021-03-09 10:01:38 AM  
yes - 3 easy steps -

1. Take off your diaper
2. Put on your big kid pants
3. Take the farking pacifier out of your mouth and eat like an adult
 
2021-03-09 10:47:41 AM  

Wanebo: https://heygrillhey.com/carolina-vine​g​ar-bbq-sauce/

Reduce the hot pepper flakes to about a teaspoon or less if you want it not so spicy.


CSB:  our son would have a sippy cup filled with vinegar and red pepper flakes on the table when they were serving barbecue, in case someone wanted more heat.  We were visiting when we heard our grandson's first words.  Tears streaming down his face, he exclaimed, "Not water!"  They splurged on a clear glass diner-style vinegar bottle after that.
 
2021-03-09 11:38:36 AM  

eyeq360: tintar: optikeye: Define "Spicey" what ingredients do you consider spicy.

You got that quantified. Like what things you think are 'spicy'.

Okay...
Get a carolina BBQ sauce recipe and move those things you consider spicy.
Mission Accomplished.

yeah I really don't get what's so hard about this thought-process

Next up: "How do I make my boiling water for pasta less boiling so it simmers?"


Move to a higher altitude. Duh.
 
2021-03-09 1:16:54 PM  

Gough: Wanebo: https://heygrillhey.com/carolina-vineg​ar-bbq-sauce/

Reduce the hot pepper flakes to about a teaspoon or less if you want it not so spicy.

CSB:  our son would have a sippy cup filled with vinegar and red pepper flakes on the table when they were serving barbecue, in case someone wanted more heat.  We were visiting when we heard our grandson's first words.  Tears streaming down his face, he exclaimed, "Not water!"  They splurged on a clear glass diner-style vinegar bottle after that.


Ok that's some funny shiat right there. It'll be interesting to see if the kid is spice averse or a chile fanatic when he gets older.
 
2021-03-09 4:41:40 PM  

dadio86: yes - 3 easy steps -

1. Take off your diaper
2. Put on your big kid pants
3. Take the farking pacifier out of your mouth and eat like an adult


Go fark yourself, scumbag
 
2021-03-09 5:01:45 PM  

JuicePats: dadio86: yes - 3 easy steps -

1. Take off your diaper
2. Put on your big kid pants
3. Take the farking pacifier out of your mouth and eat like an adult

Go fark yourself, scumbag


LOL scumbag.

If you can't handle spice then don't put any f*cking spicy things in your food.  You don't need a special recipe to Just Not F*cking Add Spice.

Or, you know, learn to enjoy spice.  It's good.
 
2021-03-09 5:06:18 PM  

eyeq360: Next up: "How do I make my boiling water for pasta less boiling so it simmers?"


my wife is quite literally capable of the below (not my photo - our... incident... almost had me scrambling for the fire extinguisher.)

Fark user imageView Full Size


meanwhile, she has successfully graduated to preparing shells'n'cheese from a box. and I say this not to mock or denigrate - she's literally trying and learning and I love that and truly appreciate.
 
2021-03-09 5:08:58 PM  

tintar: eyeq360: Next up: "How do I make my boiling water for pasta less boiling so it simmers?"

my wife is quite literally capable of the below (not my photo - our... incident... almost had me scrambling for the fire extinguisher.)

[Fark user image image 850x446]

meanwhile, she has successfully graduated to preparing shells'n'cheese from a box. and I say this not to mock or denigrate - she's literally trying and learning and I love that and truly appreciate.


What are her favorite things to eat?
 
2021-03-09 5:20:23 PM  

rosekolodny: JuicePats: dadio86: yes - 3 easy steps -

1. Take off your diaper
2. Put on your big kid pants
3. Take the farking pacifier out of your mouth and eat like an adult

Go fark yourself, scumbag

LOL scumbag.

If you can't handle spice then don't put any f*cking spicy things in your food.  You don't need a special recipe to Just Not F*cking Add Spice.

Or, you know, learn to enjoy spice.  It's good.


Or, I can ask for a good recipe that doesn't have spicy in it.

A lot of "Stop liking what I don't like" idiots out today.

Appreciate those that took time to give me some good ideas!
 
2021-03-09 5:26:44 PM  

JuicePats: rosekolodny: JuicePats: dadio86: yes - 3 easy steps -

1. Take off your diaper
2. Put on your big kid pants
3. Take the farking pacifier out of your mouth and eat like an adult

Go fark yourself, scumbag

LOL scumbag.

If you can't handle spice then don't put any f*cking spicy things in your food.  You don't need a special recipe to Just Not F*cking Add Spice.

Or, you know, learn to enjoy spice.  It's good.

Or, I can ask for a good recipe that doesn't have spicy in it.

A lot of "Stop liking what I don't like" idiots out today.

Appreciate those that took time to give me some good ideas!


Honestly the answer is find a good recipe and then don't put the cayenne in it.  You were absent for most of the thread, made one comment, and then threw a fit because people were having fun with the idea of an adult human who can't eat spicy food.

If you had engaged early on with the people asking about your preferred kind/level of spice, you would have gotten way more helpful feedback and there would have been a dialogue.

You could have told us which jarred sauces taste good, which ones are too much, etc.  Instead you got butthurt because the thread you didn't participate in didn't go exactly the way you wanted.
 
2021-03-09 5:28:17 PM  

JuicePats: rosekolodny: JuicePats: dadio86: yes - 3 easy steps -

1. Take off your diaper
2. Put on your big kid pants
3. Take the farking pacifier out of your mouth and eat like an adult

Go fark yourself, scumbag

LOL scumbag.

If you can't handle spice then don't put any f*cking spicy things in your food.  You don't need a special recipe to Just Not F*cking Add Spice.

Or, you know, learn to enjoy spice.  It's good.

Or, I can ask for a good recipe that doesn't have spicy in it.

A lot of "Stop liking what I don't like" idiots out today.

Appreciate those that took time to give me some good ideas!


Eh some of us just like to start a shiatshow in a thread. Fun way to drink the night away!
 
2021-03-09 5:30:52 PM  

rosekolodny: tintar: eyeq360: Next up: "How do I make my boiling water for pasta less boiling so it simmers?"

my wife is quite literally capable of the below (not my photo - our... incident... almost had me scrambling for the fire extinguisher.)

[Fark user image image 850x446]

meanwhile, she has successfully graduated to preparing shells'n'cheese from a box. and I say this not to mock or denigrate - she's literally trying and learning and I love that and truly appreciate.

What are her favorite things to eat?


kind of your standart pollyanna/veruca-salt type childhood foods, chimken fingers and fries? but I've gotten her solidly into "curry," sushi, golabki/galumpgys, among other things. she still takes after her father in loving steak beyond-well-done, with ketchup, so there's no helping that. her mother (who farking refuses to divulge the farking process!) makes the best eggplant parm I have ever eaten, bar-none - and she loves that too.

speaking of which, I still have kilos of leeks, carrots, Brussels sprouts, all lurking en-frigo for me to prep and roast. she was quite surprised to find out that she loves all of those things (to the point she's the one who brought all of that produce home last week) and that made me so very happy! and she sincerely offered to help me prep the vegetals this time, but... I honestly do not know how to teach knife-skills that have taken me a lifetime of tribulations and pain to absorb. not bragging there, I still totally suck, I just don't want a hospital trip involving doctorbs sewing her finger back on or something.
 
2021-03-09 5:38:54 PM  

tintar: rosekolodny: tintar: eyeq360: Next up: "How do I make my boiling water for pasta less boiling so it simmers?"

my wife is quite literally capable of the below (not my photo - our... incident... almost had me scrambling for the fire extinguisher.)

[Fark user image image 850x446]

meanwhile, she has successfully graduated to preparing shells'n'cheese from a box. and I say this not to mock or denigrate - she's literally trying and learning and I love that and truly appreciate.

What are her favorite things to eat?

kind of your standart pollyanna/veruca-salt type childhood foods, chimken fingers and fries? but I've gotten her solidly into "curry," sushi, golabki/galumpgys, among other things. she still takes after her father in loving steak beyond-well-done, with ketchup, so there's no helping that. her mother (who farking refuses to divulge the farking process!) makes the best eggplant parm I have ever eaten, bar-none - and she loves that too.

speaking of which, I still have kilos of leeks, carrots, Brussels sprouts, all lurking en-frigo for me to prep and roast. she was quite surprised to find out that she loves all of those things (to the point she's the one who brought all of that produce home last week) and that made me so very happy! and she sincerely offered to help me prep the vegetals this time, but... I honestly do not know how to teach knife-skills that have taken me a lifetime of tribulations and pain to absorb. not bragging there, I still totally suck, I just don't want a hospital trip involving doctorbs sewing her finger back on or something.


Doesn't take crazy knife skills to halve or quarter Brussels sprouts.  Someone has to wash the dirt out of the leeks.  Many hands make light work.

I wonder if tempura veggies might be a good transition from fries to more challenging vegetales.  Here's a video that's FUN and shows that you don't have to have lots of experience to make good food.  Maybe the wife will enjoy the whole series.

Elizabeth Olsen Tries to Keep Up with a Professional Chef | Back-to-Back Chef | Bon Appétit
Youtube Om2oM-TDErQ
 
2021-03-09 5:46:17 PM  

rosekolodny: Honestly the answer is find a good recipe and then don't put the cayenne in it.  You were absent for most of the thread, made one comment, and then threw a fit because people were having fun with the idea of an adult human who can't eat spicy food.

If you had engaged early on with the people asking about your preferred kind/level of spice, you would have gotten way more helpful feedback and there would have been a dialogue.

You could have told us which jarred sauces taste good, which ones are too much, etc.  Instead you got butthurt because the thread you didn't participate in didn't go exactly the way you wanted.


yeah, I... still don't get their behavior. the fark is so hard about, "find a popular recipe AND THEN LEAVE CAYENNE THE HELL OUT OF IT" - plus, several people were rather polite about "well, adjust mild stuff like paprika to balance" etc. - if this was simply them being the usual "drunk on Fark," I'd allow it, but...?

or seriously what alechemist and vudukungfu (lolyeah, I know you was half-funnin') said.

hey JuicePats, last year I bought a case of crizappy Heinz "kansas" style bbq. my picky fussy wife likes it. her 75yo mother and 85yo father, both white as the day is long, don't find it "spicy" - tbh really it's mostly sugar ketchup and vinegar. have at it.

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2021-03-09 5:58:04 PM  

rosekolodny: Doesn't take crazy knife skills to halve or quarter Brussels sprouts.  Someone has to wash the dirt out of the leeks.  Many hands make light work.

I wonder if tempura veggies might be a good transition from fries to more challenging vegetales.  Here's a video that's FUN and shows that you don't have to have lots of experience to make good food.  Maybe the wife will enjoy the whole series.


thank you for the vidya!

I... I know and I agree with everything you said. but the phrase, "danger-prone Daphne" was almost invented with her in mind. and I know we all gots to earn our chops in the kitchen, I just don't want her to feel demeaned or less-than. I try really hard not to be Bastard Chef, but I recognize I can be.

had to tap it up, but Christmas 2017 I got her a chef's knife, but only 8", so sized to her hands. thing has perfect balance, full-tang, pakka-wood handle, hits all of my buttons other than the small size. poor baby has lain forgotten in the box for the last 4 years. tbh I think because she's scared to use it, which, fair-play. I think you're on to something, breaking down sprouts and carrots to consistent size is really not a bad way to start.

plus, and this was my intention 4 years ago, "this is your own knife, only yours" - I know that's a bit reductive and childish, but still hoping it will help...


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2021-03-09 6:48:27 PM  

tintar: rosekolodny: Doesn't take crazy knife skills to halve or quarter Brussels sprouts.  Someone has to wash the dirt out of the leeks.  Many hands make light work.

I wonder if tempura veggies might be a good transition from fries to more challenging vegetales.  Here's a video that's FUN and shows that you don't have to have lots of experience to make good food.  Maybe the wife will enjoy the whole series.

thank you for the vidya!

I... I know and I agree with everything you said. but the phrase, "danger-prone Daphne" was almost invented with her in mind. and I know we all gots to earn our chops in the kitchen, I just don't want her to feel demeaned or less-than. I try really hard not to be Bastard Chef, but I recognize I can be.

had to tap it up, but Christmas 2017 I got her a chef's knife, but only 8", so sized to her hands. thing has perfect balance, full-tang, pakka-wood handle, hits all of my buttons other than the small size. poor baby has lain forgotten in the box for the last 4 years. tbh I think because she's scared to use it, which, fair-play. I think you're on to something, breaking down sprouts and carrots to consistent size is really not a bad way to start.

plus, and this was my intention 4 years ago, "this is your own knife, only yours" - I know that's a bit reductive and childish, but still hoping it will help...


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That's a beautiful knife.  Instead of making it a "teaching" moment, I think you could take some pressure off by asking for help.

Hey babe, I have a bunch of veggies to prep and I'd love some help.  That way we can watch our shows while they roast.  Does that knife feel good to you?  I hope it was a good present.

It can be intimidating to attempt a skill in front of other people, so if you take the focus off of her that might help.  Also cooking videos because mirror neurons.
 
2021-03-09 7:00:20 PM  
Those back to back videos are great.  Carla matches her energy to the person she's working with, and they usually do a really good job.  I'll find some more low-key, low-stakes fun videos for your lady and stick them in LP.
 
2021-03-09 7:30:07 PM  

tintar: eyeq360: Next up: "How do I make my boiling water for pasta less boiling so it simmers?"

my wife is quite literally capable of the below (not my photo - our... incident... almost had me scrambling for the fire extinguisher.)

[Fark user image image 850x446]

meanwhile, she has successfully graduated to preparing shells'n'cheese from a box. and I say this not to mock or denigrate - she's literally trying and learning and I love that and truly appreciate.


My mom is a good cook, but she can get easily distracted at times.

She once was making a broth with dried anchovies and seaweed, similar to dashi. Forgot to turn off the stove and then she took a nap. Woke up to the smell of burnt anchovies.

I come home and notice the smell.
Not more than ten minutes later, my sister and dad come home and they notice the smell as well.

The smell of burnt fish didn't go away for a few days, even with the windows open.
 
2021-03-09 8:59:29 PM  

alechemist: My go to is brown mustard, cider vinegar , apple butter, and white pepper.


That sounds interesting.

I really need to get some white pepper. Plus that way I can also make Pfeffernüsse.
 
2021-03-09 10:55:24 PM  

tintar: eyeq360: Next up: "How do I make my boiling water for pasta less boiling so it simmers?"

my wife is quite literally capable of the below (not my photo - our... incident... almost had me scrambling for the fire extinguisher.)

[Fark user image image 850x446]

meanwhile, she has successfully graduated to preparing shells'n'cheese from a box. and I say this not to mock or denigrate - she's literally trying and learning and I love that and truly appreciate.


Dude! What the everlovin' fark is that?
Fark user imageView Full Size
 
2021-03-09 11:01:29 PM  

JuicePats: rosekolodny: JuicePats: dadio86: yes - 3 easy steps -

1. Take off your diaper
2. Put on your big kid pants
3. Take the farking pacifier out of your mouth and eat like an adult

Go fark yourself, scumbag

LOL scumbag.

If you can't handle spice then don't put any f*cking spicy things in your food.  You don't need a special recipe to Just Not F*cking Add Spice.

Or, you know, learn to enjoy spice.  It's good.

Or, I can ask for a good recipe that doesn't have spicy in it.

A lot of "Stop liking what I don't like" idiots out today.

Appreciate those that took time to give me some good ideas!


Hi! Welcome to the food tab! Few things:
1.) This isn't the pol tab
2.) If you're going to get offended, go back to the pol tab.
3.) I hope you don't like pineapple on pizza
4.) What are your opinions on sous vide?
 
2021-03-09 11:07:04 PM  

NINEv2: Gough: Wanebo: https://heygrillhey.com/carolina-vineg​ar-bbq-sauce/

Reduce the hot pepper flakes to about a teaspoon or less if you want it not so spicy.

CSB:  our son would have a sippy cup filled with vinegar and red pepper flakes on the table when they were serving barbecue, in case someone wanted more heat.  We were visiting when we heard our grandson's first words.  Tears streaming down his face, he exclaimed, "Not water!"  They splurged on a clear glass diner-style vinegar bottle after that.

Ok that's some funny shiat right there. It'll be interesting to see if the kid is spice averse or a chile fanatic when he gets older.


I was thinking about that myself.  He's a teenager now and we haven't seen him in more than a year.  But we had our 2nd vacc. today, so we're counting down the days to when we can visit.  I'll determine where he is on the Spice Spectrum by both anecdotal evidence and direct observation.
 
2021-03-10 1:24:29 AM  

NINEv2: JuicePats: rosekolodny: JuicePats: dadio86: yes - 3 easy steps -

1. Take off your diaper
2. Put on your big kid pants
3. Take the farking pacifier out of your mouth and eat like an adult

Go fark yourself, scumbag

LOL scumbag.

If you can't handle spice then don't put any f*cking spicy things in your food.  You don't need a special recipe to Just Not F*cking Add Spice.

Or, you know, learn to enjoy spice.  It's good.

Or, I can ask for a good recipe that doesn't have spicy in it.

A lot of "Stop liking what I don't like" idiots out today.

Appreciate those that took time to give me some good ideas!

Hi! Welcome to the food tab! Few things:
1.) This isn't the pol tab
2.) If you're going to get offended, go back to the pol tab.
3.) I hope you don't like pineapple on pizza
4.) What are your opinions on sous vide?


#1 Never once posted on the Pol Tab
#2 There's a difference between "Welcome to FARK" and being a miserable prick.
#3 Pineapple on pizza all dsy erry day
#4 It's an interesting tool that should be part of a serious home cook's repertoire, but not the only method they use.
#5 I've been on this tab since it started.
#6 Hubiestubert is God
#7 I have no farking idea how this post turned into a Buzzfeed list
 
2021-03-10 1:36:42 AM  

NINEv2: JuicePats: rosekolodny: JuicePats: dadio86: yes - 3 easy steps -

1. Take off your diaper
2. Put on your big kid pants
3. Take the farking pacifier out of your mouth and eat like an adult

Go fark yourself, scumbag

LOL scumbag.

If you can't handle spice then don't put any f*cking spicy things in your food.  You don't need a special recipe to Just Not F*cking Add Spice.

Or, you know, learn to enjoy spice.  It's good.

Or, I can ask for a good recipe that doesn't have spicy in it.

A lot of "Stop liking what I don't like" idiots out today.

Appreciate those that took time to give me some good ideas!

Hi! Welcome to the food tab! Few things:
1.) This isn't the pol tab
2.) If you're going to get offended, go back to the pol tab.
3.) I hope you don't like pineapple on pizza
4.) What are your opinions on sous vide?



you may have left a few out there, brother. here lemme help...
vi.) Chicago or NYC?
12.) What are your thoughts on reheating french fries? Ditto pizza?
十八.) How do you like your steak done?
35.) Maybe stick with poltab?
 
2021-03-10 1:49:29 AM  

tintar: NINEv2: JuicePats: rosekolodny: JuicePats: dadio86: yes - 3 easy steps -

1. Take off your diaper
2. Put on your big kid pants
3. Take the farking pacifier out of your mouth and eat like an adult

Go fark yourself, scumbag

LOL scumbag.

If you can't handle spice then don't put any f*cking spicy things in your food.  You don't need a special recipe to Just Not F*cking Add Spice.

Or, you know, learn to enjoy spice.  It's good.

Or, I can ask for a good recipe that doesn't have spicy in it.

A lot of "Stop liking what I don't like" idiots out today.

Appreciate those that took time to give me some good ideas!

Hi! Welcome to the food tab! Few things:
1.) This isn't the pol tab
2.) If you're going to get offended, go back to the pol tab.
3.) I hope you don't like pineapple on pizza
4.) What are your opinions on sous vide?


you may have left a few out there, brother. here lemme help...
vi.) Chicago or NYC?
12.) What are your thoughts on reheating french fries? Ditto pizza?
十八.) How do you like your steak done?
35.) Maybe stick with poltab?


vi.) NYC
12.) Neither, both suck
十八.) Medium rare 
35.) Kiss my ass
 
2021-03-10 2:49:35 AM  

NearCanuck: alechemist: My go to is brown mustard, cider vinegar , apple butter, and white pepper.

That sounds interesting.

I really need to get some white pepper. Plus that way I can also make Pfeffernüsse.


white pepper good! I have so many uses for the stuff, but esp. as a "secret ingredient" lol - the burn is so nebulous/ephemeral, people don't even have any farking clue except that they love it.
 
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