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Do You Like Spicy Foods?
Mar 25 2010 • By
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As long as the spicy food in question has other flavors and not just hot, then I am game.
It can't get too hot for me. The perfect breakfast food for me is home fries with tabasco sauce. Awesome!
I love spicy food, but if it's all heat, than you can't really taste anything. Mouth tingling hot yes. Mouth numb hot, no.
I like things spicy, but not TOO spicy. I like to be able to taste my food and not just get pure heat. I happen to love fresh jalapenos from the garden in the summertime.
When I was about 4 years old, my parents tried to put the kibosh on my thumb sucking habit by coating my thumbs with Tabasco sauce. Much to their chagrin, I asked for more! :D
I love spicy food!
I love spicy food!
#10 is right. She goes through tabasco faster than anyone besides me. And yes, spicy is right for me all day long!
nothing is too spicy for me. i have Tabasco on almost everything — it's actually a little scary how fast i can finish a costco bottle of Tabasco
i like spicy but not too spicy
I love spicy food; however, when it's so spicy I can't enjoy the dish, I'll pass.
Haha weffie, my dad used to love to pull tobasco on me, also! As well as spoon-feeding me salsa in the high-chair! Made my mom sooo mad!
Big fan of spicy foods but they need to have flavor with the heat! All Spice Cafe Gourmet Hot Sauces are a great balance of flavor and heat.
Haha pink_elephant I learned my love of spicy food from my dad imposing it, too... He finally got to me with Tabasco on scrambled eggs and I've been in love with hot sauce ever since :)
mmmmmm yes. My fridge is ALWAYS stocked with tabasco, samba oelek, and red pepper flakes.
Although spicy and hot are not synonimous, I've found that since adding chilli or cayenne pepper to most of my food, I don't need rich, salty sauces and spicy food suits me well as it tends to come from countries where milk products aren't used a lot in cooking, which is great as I'm lactose intolerant.
The spicier the better! In fact, when I was a kid my dad tried to "train" me to love spicy foods, since he loved spicy food so much and mom didn't. He said, he wanted somebody to eat spicy foods with.
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