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Not the red hot chili peppers. For anyone interested in spicy things, I found this to be a pretty interesting read.
From Yahoo! Finance: As interest in all things spicy grows, many people can actually appreciate the march toward new heights of heat.
"A good burn is like good sex. It's simple, to the point, and leaves your victim totally destroyed."--Kenny Drebsen
I like spicy food a lot, but I have no interest in trying the world's hottest pepper and I'm not sure why so many people do. I've eaten peppers that have literally made my lips blister up.
I'm with Perk on this. I enjoy spicey foods, but I don't like the heat to over power the flavor. It should compliment the flavor not take it over. I've eaten Habenaro's before and they wound up giving me a 24 hour belly ache, and I can do without that, so I really have no interest in anything hotter.
Unless you're making large quantities of food and want something small and efficient that will spice up your whole pot of whatever, I agree.
I love spicy food and got pretty confident in my spice tolerance. Then I tried some sort of food challenge that made me think I needed to go to the hospital for the rest of the night due to stomach pains. Never again!
Im the same as you guys, i like it hot but it has to have a good flavor as well..
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