Do you like spicy food?

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Post by Bighuey » 23 Oct 2014, 18:52

Curry is good. I havent eaten it much, but what I have eaten I like.
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Post by rssllue » 23 Oct 2014, 19:00

My experience with it is hearing it referenced on Red Dwarf by Lister all the time!
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Post by Bighuey » 23 Oct 2014, 20:50

Is that show still on? I used to watch it along with Red Green.

Another spicy food I like is horseradish, especially home made.
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Post by suzy1124 » 24 Oct 2014, 05:26

I adore horse radish! I make the best shrimp cocktail sauce, and a creamy version for pot roast sandwiches and pickled beef tongue )

well, according to my family anyway...
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Post by Bighuey » 24 Oct 2014, 10:09

Wow, that sounds great! Horseradish is best on beef. I used to grow and grind my own, it would knock your socks off. Gooood and goooood for ya.
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Post by suzy1124 » 24 Oct 2014, 11:18

No kidding, wow!, never made it, mebbee I should try, I see fresh horse radish here in my supermarket, I bet it's even stronger than the bottled ones ?
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Post by rssllue » 24 Oct 2014, 13:47

Bighuey wrote:Is that show still on? I used to watch it along with Red Green.

Another spicy food I like is horseradish, especially home made.
I am pretty sure they are both off the air but they were super entertaining way back when! Red Green was quite the handyman!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1uG6grzdUf8
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Post by Bighuey » 24 Oct 2014, 18:54

He was. I remember that one show where he made a riding mower by duct taping a ceiling fan to the bottom of a car. Funny. He made a movie that was on PBS, Duct Tape Forever. The perfect toolbox, a Crescent wrench, a pair of Vise-Grips and a roll of duct tape.
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Post by rssllue » 24 Oct 2014, 23:04

He always was good for a laugh to be sure. Ah, those crazy Canadians and their humor! :D
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Post by suzy1124 » 25 Oct 2014, 03:01

Never heard of that show...
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Post by Bighuey » 25 Oct 2014, 09:08

It was funny. Kind of a DIY show with duct tape.

I bought a bottle of avacado salsa a while back. Its hotter than a popcorn fart, but good.
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Post by suzy1124 » 25 Oct 2014, 09:53

sounds healthy..
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Post by Bighuey » 25 Oct 2014, 10:06

Its not bad at all.

Got to go and get busy. Be back tonight.
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Post by bookowlie » 25 Oct 2014, 10:17

I love spicy food, as long as the spicy flavor isn't overwhelming.

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Post by rssllue » 25 Oct 2014, 13:43

Spice is the variety to life! ;)
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