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uuh

Powder Springs, GA

#44 Dec 14, 2012
It was a simple question, never would've thought the feedback it has recieved but everyone is entitled to their opinion . i noticed i got a disagree, an offtopic and a spam symbol for thanking the forum for their responses , thanks , i guess ? I am a true blue conservationist, as i said , i love the outdoors and to watch the wildlife in H.C . I only take what i need, and try to get my quota , never do though, let alot walk on . I have given deer to families IN BREMEN that are thankful for the meat and they're are some families here that do need food .Venison is great once it's prepared right . probably better for you than wallyworld store meat , I don't know where that comes from . I got a steak there one time and was'nt fit to eat , it was so tough you could've sanded the paint off an Abrams tank.

“Get off my lawn”

Since: Jul 10

Bremen, GA

#45 Dec 14, 2012
Never buy meat at Wal-Mart, it's not even cut or ground there. The best meat I've found is at the Ingles.

BTW, you can make your own delicious steaks by buying a big top round roast, trimming off the fat, then cut it across the grain into steaks as thick as you like (I usually go with about 1 inch). Then put them in a single layer in a Ziploc bag, put them in the back of the bottom shelf of the refrigerator, and let them wet age for a week, turning them over every day.

After they've aged, take them out of the bag, rinse them off, pat them dry, and freeze 'em. They're really good if you soak them in some milk or buttermilk for a couple hours before you cook them. They're great on the grill or pan fried, and you'd never know they come from a relatively cheap piece of meat.
uuh

Powder Springs, GA

#46 Dec 14, 2012
I heard you ,, thats where we go is to Ingle's, and yea i soak mine in dales and tobasco, whoooooowee,I could cook one now !!! Made me hungry just reading that .

“Get off my lawn”

Since: Jul 10

Bremen, GA

#47 Dec 14, 2012
You want a real kick, try Sriracha instead of tabasco. It's a Thai chili paste, comes in a big clear plastic bottle with a red cap, and a rooster on it. You find it in the Oriental section.

That stuff is HOT. But oh so tasty. You won't need but a couple of tiny drops.
uuh

Powder Springs, GA

#48 Dec 14, 2012
might have to eat a handfull of nexium , but i'll try it . the old stomach aint ain't as brave as it used to be . thx

“Get off my lawn”

Since: Jul 10

Bremen, GA

#50 Dec 14, 2012
I bought a bottle about a year ago and it's still mostly full. I like hot stuff, but dang, this stuff is C-4 in a bottle. It must be made from the bhut jolokia pepper, which is about the hottest pepper you can find.

“Unions are still scum ”

Since: Dec 07

Atlanta

#51 Dec 15, 2012
wobbler1957 wrote:
I bought a bottle about a year ago and it's still mostly full. I like hot stuff, but dang, this stuff is C-4 in a bottle. It must be made from the bhut jolokia pepper, which is about the hottest pepper you can find.
I highly doubt that. If ghost chilis were used, the sauce would be almost inedible. More likely jalepeno, serrano, or thai chilis are used.
uuh

Powder Springs, GA

#52 Dec 15, 2012
I tasted some hot liquid that was clear and if you put it in chili, you had to use a toothpick end and mix that drop in it . That one drop was so dang hot i cound'nt even finish the bowl and have'nt seen any since , just a clear little bottle , have you ever seen it ? no label was on it , not really a hot smell , but it was like i had a wild fire on my throat for 30 min.

“Get off my lawn”

Since: Jul 10

Bremen, GA

#53 Dec 15, 2012
Yeah, I was being tongue in cheek about the ghost pepper. Sriracha is plenty hot, but oh, so tasty. It'll perk up anything you put it on.

And the best part is one bottle will last you at least 2 or 3 years!
uuh

Smyrna, GA

#55 Dec 16, 2012
wobb, i consider myself to be a man , but from the video's of that Indian pepper , i think i'l run and hide . I also heard that police will start sometime , if not now making it the new pepper spray. Ican't even eat a small , small pinch of that orange looking hot pepper , lol , i seen a reletively tough guy go in to tears and start cryin big tears when he bit into half of it ,thats thats the fastest i've ever seen a six pack of beer put down to try to cool his mouth . must be a bad pepper .
uuh

Smyrna, GA

#56 Dec 16, 2012
What was funny was that he said "there ain't no pepper hot enough i can't eat ." 2 minutes later , i was lmao, his face wen't red , he was pulling on his tongue , absolutely freaked him out , i'm soory but we all we're rolling ! needless to say he did'nt do that again.

“Get off my lawn”

Since: Jul 10

Bremen, GA

#57 Dec 16, 2012
That must have been a habanero that you can't eat. Those are pretty rough.

Milk cuts pepper burn. It's the fat in the milk that washes away the oil from the pepper. All the beer did for him was intensify the burn.
uuh

Smyrna, GA

#58 Dec 16, 2012
that's what it was ! he was on fire , running in and out of the house like all hell was breaking loose . Idid'nt know beer would make the heat worse, learned something new today . I do hate to admit it though , it was funny .

“Get off my lawn”

Since: Jul 10

Bremen, GA

#59 Dec 16, 2012
Back to the original topic, I saw a fella in the McDonald's this morning, he was in mossy oak camo and I asked him if he'd been hunting that morning.

He said yes, he's got a good sized spike buck, and his buddy got a good size 4 pointer. He said he'd *seen* some good big racks, but they were never close enough for him to get.

So they're out there, they're just really smart and staying out of range!

“Get off my lawn”

Since: Jul 10

Bremen, GA

#60 Dec 16, 2012
My mother always bragged about being able to eat any hot pepper on the planet, so when we went to a Chinese restaurant once I gave her one of those hot Thai chilis they use in Szechuan stir fries -- the dried ones they stir fry with your meal and told her "Eat this, then."

The staff had to bring her some milk from the kitchen. She turned red, started pouring sweat, and said it was the hottest thing she'd ever put in her mouth. It was pretty funny, and she never bragged about being able to eat hot stuff again!
old man

AOL

#61 Dec 16, 2012
wobbler1957 wrote:
My mother always bragged about being able to eat any hot pepper on the planet, so when we went to a Chinese restaurant once I gave her one of those hot Thai chilis they use in Szechuan stir fries -- the dried ones they stir fry with your meal and told her "Eat this, then."
The staff had to bring her some milk from the kitchen. She turned red, started pouring sweat, and said it was the hottest thing she'd ever put in her mouth. It was pretty funny, and she never bragged about being able to eat hot stuff again!

Sugar will kill the heat almost immediately, saw a Mexican woman give sugar to a child that bit the hot one, she said sugar always work, tried it and it really does stop the heat quick.
Bremen Mom

Tallapoosa, GA

#62 Dec 18, 2012
Chocolate works wonders to reduce the burn.

“Get off my lawn”

Since: Jul 10

Bremen, GA

#63 Dec 18, 2012
Chocolate works wonders on ANYTHING!!
Bremen Mom

Tallapoosa, GA

#64 Dec 18, 2012
Yes, yes it does.
tfreddy42

Chatsworth, GA

#65 Dec 18, 2012
Bremen Mom wrote:
Yes, yes it does.
cool I did not know that

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