Albuquerque / Cars / chiles / street photography I Can Haz Ghost Pepper Sauce March 25, 2022 Timothy Price49 Comments I added 10 drops to the chile I had for dinner. It was insane++ hot. Yummy! Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
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Are those your My Little Ponies Timothy??????? 🙂
Yes. Stupid Santa gave them to me. Thanks, Cindy.
Oh my. It’s been years since I’ve had a ghost pepper sauce. Not sure the taste buds could handle it anymore.
It’s killer as the dudes in the car discovered. Thanks, Jeff.
Indeed. You’re welcome, Tim.
Yum! The hotter the better! 🌶️ Well, to a point.
This stuff is killer as you can see by the two in the car. Just a few drops is perfect. Thanks, Michele.
haha Yes, it can be deadly. Best to wear gloves when handling it!
We used it to make a spray for the roses to keep the porcupine for eating the new growth and breaking the canes. We had to wear gloves, long sleeves, masks and goggles to spray it.
That is an interesting use and makes perfect sense. My daughter made the mistake of not wearing gloves, then touching her eye. Ouch! She will never do that again!
We put up green chiles every year. We always were gloves when dealing with any kind of chiles.
Oh! My! Gosh! No way!
Spicy hot insane fun. Thanks Nancy.
I can see the smoke from across the ocean!!!!!!!
Now that’s hot! Thanks, Marina.
As long as the first pic is not of you afterwards……
I’m still kickin’ and crankin’. I probably need a spankin’ because I’ve been out prankin’ with the ghostly sauce. Thanks, Shey.
Where did you find the car in the first photo? That is an amazing catch!
I parked next to it at the grocery store yesterday afternoon. Thanks, Lavinia.
My husband would love this sauce. Nice skeleton in the car.
If you likes it hot, he would. Thnaks, Roberta.
Sometimes spicy, insanely hot can kill flavor. I wondered if that happened to the two skeletons in the car. And, BTW the skeletons are perfect passengers while in the HOV lanes. A number of years back, in Denver, a car was stopped on I-25 for violating the HOV restriction. When the cop saw the skeleton was the other “passenger,” he let the driver go.
We don’t have HOV lanes, so the skeleton is not good for carpooling violations out here. Thanks, David.
I love those ponies, Tim. You are brave to take on those drop of liquid fire!
They ponies are silly and like photo bombing. Thank, Rebecca.
It looks very HOT!!!:). maybe a tad too hot for me:)
It’s killer hot, but a drop or two livens things up a bit. Thanks, Janet.
A drop or three… but ten?? Lawzy!
My son is forbidden to use his oils in anything that is family-oriented. He can burn the crap out of his own oesophagus, just not mine, thank you very much.
Your son would like this stuff. Thanks, Dale.
I’m sure he would!
Ha-ha! Love those photos! People I’ve known who religiously used this stuff ended up with terrible G.I. problems. But, it’s fun to be daring once in a while.
I rarely ust it. It’s really useful to keep the porcupine from eating the rose bushes. Thanks, Dawn.
HOT post Tim!
Where did you get that graveyard car? Too funny!
I parked next to that car at the grocery store the afternoon I did that post..
Oh my! Ghost pepper! Nope! Nope! Haberno and Szechuan is hot enough for me!
This stuff is killer hot. Thanks, Becky.
are you still here to talk about it? leave new contact info.. 😂
Hahahaha! You are on a roll tonight. Thanks, Cindy.
Hahahaha. It would kill my husband. No that’s not the aim he’s a lightweight
One time in analytical chem class, we did a lab where we measured the capsaicin content of different hot sauces using HPLC. My analytical chem professor thought it would be fun to have a “qualitative” assessment of sorts, so he set up the hot sauces and chips outside the lab. I think one of the samples was one of these Dave’s Gourmet super insanity or whatever. I can confirm that a) qualitative assessment was well correlated to the quantitative assessment of capsaicin content and b) I am so not a super insanity killer hot sauce person.
Thanks, JYP. That sounds like you hat a “hot” class that day. I can take pretty hot, but these days I like it moderately hot, which is still killer hot for some people. When we lived in Spain, we got so African Bird hot cayenne pepper sent to us from the states. That was fun getting that through customs, that’s another story all together. The Spanish use mild paprika, and a hot smoked paprika that is mildly hot. A Spanish friend came over for lunch and he spied the cayenne in a shaker. He took and said he loved pimiento. I told him it was muy picante muy muy picante, and he said he loved picante, and shook some on whatever we were having. He took on bite and it about killed him. His reaction was hilarious, but I really felt sorry for him.
I’m more mild. I think this is an acquired taste, to a degree. The hottest sample we tested was something from the Dave’s Gourmet line, although I don’t think it was the Ghost Pepper flavor.
Speaking of “hot” classes, the best thing about taking analytical chemistry is all the immature yet amusing jokes you get to make when you abbreviate it as “anal chem”. Like telling your roommate you’re getting ready for your 9 AM Anal lab or that you have lots of Anal homework.
Sounds anal and retentive. There were some fun times in university lab classes. My biology teacher came in with a large trash can the first day of class and dumped a huge rattlesnake on his desk. I ended up with a couple of girls on my lap as most of the class jumped back a few rows of seats. Those two girls became my lab partners, and we had some great times, and managed to get into trouble more than once.
Yikes! My spice tolerance is down at the ketchup level, can’t even imagine what that would do to me ha!
Ghost pepper sauce are a little bit spicier than ketchup.