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May 04, 2006

THE AMAZING WORLD OF TOMORROW

(Via Gizmodo)

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I have to try that. I love hot sauce.

"Yeeeeow!" Oops, I dialed the wrong way...

Good. Now that we've solved that, we can go back to the Bat Lab to lassoo tsetse flies.

Another fantastic idea, I love hot sauce!

also:
"Insane Solicitors of Heat" wbagnfarb

No thanx... I'd wind up with six bottles that still had the pansy-heat side full.

That's what I was thinkin', Coast. What do I do with a half bottle of pansy sauce? Do I take it back and get a refund?

Huh. I should also get that for my brother-in-law. He puts hot sauce on everything. Dave's just providing me with tons of birthday ideas today.

bumble, would he put hot sauce on the dr. who doll? just wondering.

Pansy Sauce wbagnfarb....

This reminds me of peanut butter-jelly combos, where both were swirled together in the same container. Did that ever take off?

crossgirl~ if he ate it he would. :-)

Whatever happened to the concept of "just use less"? But if the container comes with a doohicky that makes a "whrrrrrrr" sound as you dial in the heat, well I'm in!

for a real gourmet experience, Spray some sauce on yer aerosol cheese

Here's how the ever-indulgent wife and I handle the same sort of problem.

First, go to Original Juan's Hot Sauce and get a bottle of their 'Da'Bomb' "sauce". WARNING: Do NOT use this straight

Now get your standard, easy to find wimpy sauce / salsa. Dip a toothpick into Da'Bomb and stir it through the wimpy sauce. Test the now much-less wimpy sauce. Repeat as needed. Note: if two toothpick loads of Da'Bomb have the sauce nearly hot enough a third will take it well past 'hot enough'.

Also please note that the ever-indulgent wife and I used to have a Thai place near us that would adjust the dishes to our tastes, rather than the rather bland KC standards. Suffice it to say that the owner once mentioned that we liked things spicier than he did - enough spicier to impress him.

In other words, some of you should probably avoid even looking at the picture of Da'Bomb.

Not since unscrewing the top off of sugar dispensers has food prankdom been more interesting. I can't wait.

Thanks for the advice KC, my hubby likes things spicy. (no double entendre intended)

I once went to a Bar-B-Que restaurant and selected the sauce that said “wimps” which fit my preference. It wasn’t until I started eating, and realized my taste buds were on fire that I rechecked the bottle and saw the giant circle with a slash (the international symbol for “don’t do it”) above the word “wimps.”

Needless to say, I am now extra careful and avoid all things spicy, except for, you know, my husband.

KC,

My husband bought a bottle of that. He tried a tiny bit on a spoon and was surprised, which says a lot for him. About five minutes later, he kissed me, which I at that instant took as a sign of affection, but a few seconds later decided it was his idea of a prank. I ended up with a nice red swollen transfer burn on my upper lip. Then, his 15-year-old (at the time) cousin picked up the bottle by the neck to look at it. A little bit after that, he rubbed his eye...

Da Bomb is not family-friendly entertainment.

KC,

My husband bought a bottle of that. He tried a tiny bit on a spoon and was surprised, which says a lot for him. About five minutes later, he kissed me, which I at that instant took as a sign of affection, but a few seconds later decided it was his idea of a prank. I ended up with a nice red swollen transfer burn on my upper lip. Then, his 15-year-old (at the time) cousin picked up the bottle by the neck to look at it. A little bit after that, he rubbed his eye...

Da Bomb is not family-friendly entertainment.

Oops

how about this?

So much better than the old days, when we'd have two separate bottles of hot sauce.

For further info and the infamous Insanity source check out Dave’s Gourmet (Thanks Dave for the picture and thanks John my solicitor friend for pointing me in Dave’s direction).

Am I the only person that noticed this?

Are you trying to tell us something, Dave?

LBFF -

None intended, perhaps, but definitely (with this bunch) some taken ...

Dave's Gourmet! So this is what happened to his humor column.

What does he sell anyway, 100 varieties of peanut butter, and "Extra Greasy"™ Potato Chips?

GASP! I'VE SEEN ONE OF THOSE IN A RESTAURANT SOMEWHERE! I forget where.

U.O - I know, but I'm pleading innocent anyway. (wink)

OK (nudge, nudge)

Hmmm, maybe I'll get this for my mom sometime. She's of the mind that if it doesn't make your eyes water and your nose run, it's not spicy.

On another topic, what's with the transparent toaster that's the next item? Is watching bread toast more or less entertaining than watching paint dry?

There is a restaraunt in downtown L.A. that servers your average buffalo wings and also something called "Voodoo Wings." The voodoo wings listing included a hazard warning. Now, my taste for spicy depends on my mood, but I take that sort of warning as a personal challenge. When the waitress brought me my wings she sort of stalled an looked embarassed. Finally she said,"Uhm, I've only worked here a couple of months and I've never seen anybody order these. Can I watch?" Let's just say that if I had any sense, I would have thrown the wings down then and there, and run from the restaraunt. I was in pain for hours.

Speaking of burning...

My RBR induced sunburn has hit the peeling stage and has revealed a brand new freckle at the top of my forhead. A permanent souvenir of the show.

Uhm... that's forehead.

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