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Old 04-13-2009, 07:34 PM   #15
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Try T&T Doug......
http://www.tnt-supermarket.com/en/
Yep, that's where we get them in Calgary, at T&T. They are great.

I just could not pick one favourite spicy meal. I love a variety. Indian food is great, love all the different curries available.
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Old 04-14-2009, 06:37 AM   #16
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Hi: All... My Surgeon tells me if I'm going to eat food like this...Keep his # on speed dial so he can "Freeze" my HEMI!!! Visit My Website
Alf S. North shore of Lake Erie p.s. I got a bottle of Widow sauce for a co worker from Guatamala and he added it to his wife's pot of homemade soup!!! Results 3 alarm fire!!! The Jelly Beans are TNT.
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Old 05-04-2009, 08:05 AM   #17
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Lordy Lordy, I love hot spicy food. My favorite Chinese restaurant, here in Aurora, CO makes the best Chili Oil. They fry these little hot peppers in some kind of oil, it might be sesame oil, and I always order a little side dish of that. I add it to my food "to taste" and life's good. Gotta get that sweat on the forehead thing going.

Then we have a WONDERFUL Thai restaurant about 5 minutes from home and they know how to cook and spice food. Phad Thai with Chicken & Tofu.....# 5 Spicy and you're on your way.

Yum Yum.... oh, gotta stop by the store and get some more Popsicles.

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Wasabe Almonds....wow WHERE do I find THOSE??? I love the Wasabe seasoning AND Almonds...

I think Blue Diamond makes all different flavored almonds. I think Walgreens carries them.

My favorite is Tim's Jalapeno Cascade Style Potato Chips.
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Old 09-09-2009, 02:54 AM   #19
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Hi: All... My Surgeon tells me if I'm going to eat food like this...Keep his # on speed dial so he can "Freeze" my HEMI!!! Visit My Website
Alf S. North shore of Lake Erie p.s. I got a bottle of Widow sauce for a co worker from Guatamala and he added it to his wife's pot of homemade soup!!! Results 3 alarm fire!!! The Jelly Beans are TNT.

At a sauce tasting place in Leavenworth, WA, I tried the WARNING Hot sauce. Got too much on my stick pretzel. I was nauseous! That taught me that there is a limit to even good things. My Dad used to say, "Everything in moderation." That certainly applies here. (My mouth is watering just talking about this.) This is the place:

http://www.amatteroftasteinc.com/

(Note their recipe page.)
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Old 09-09-2009, 03:25 AM   #20
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Quick & Spicy Garbanzos & Rotel:

One can of chickpeas (garbanzos), drained, rinsed, if you have water or just drain

One can of Rotel diced tomatoes, Mexican style with lime juice & cilantro, not drained, easily found in most supermarkets, mildly spicy.

Mix the two cans contents in a bowl, stir and snack. Add fresh jalapeno, cut up sans seeds if you want it more spicy, with seeds for really spicy, but wash hands before touching any sensitive parts of body!

This is my own simple concoction and i really like it. For two, just add a second can of garbanzos. It is fast, filling & good for you!
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where spicy sauce prolly consists of ketchup!!!!
A really good starter is Cream Cheese covered with Jalapena Jelly (comes in mild and hot). Serve with bread or crackers...
For really spicy snacks and sauces check out Mo Hotta Mo Betta. http://www.mohotta.com
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I've purchased both the wasabi almonds & the wasabi peas at Big Lots! I've also bought the wasabi peas at a grocery surplus store - where busted boxes & etc. are sold. Scratch & dent for really cheap.
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I've purchased both the wasabi almonds & the wasabi peas at [b]Big Lots! I've also bought the wasabi peas at a grocery surplus store - where busted boxes & etc. are sold. Scratch & dent for really cheap.
I buy them in bulk at Winco. Wonderful by the handful or in a salad! Which reminds me, I need more and the NOG is coming up. Better than a sinus spray any day to unplug the nose!
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What is you favourite spicy meal or snack?
Green chile stew made with Hatch (NM) hot or extra hot chiles. Folks from NM know what I'm talking about!
('Tis the season)
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Cold beer and homemade jerky [beef or venison]. Cajun jerky [self explanatory] and/or sweet heat jerky made with cayenne, red pepper flakes, and Vermont maple syrup. You can’t open a bag with anyone around and put any back in frig.... Rick
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