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My mouth is on fire! Yum!

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If you like spicy—as who doesn’t?—you probably envy me my little pepper mill (red, naturally) filled with crushed dried habanero peppers. Hah! I thought you would, so I decided to blog it. (I’ve been using it lately: grinding a little habanero over things does pick up the heat level nicely, but also produces some gigantic sneezes from the dust that floats free—a bonus of sorts.)

But when I check, I discover that they now have Bhut Jolokia, the hottest pepper on earth according to the Guiness Book of Records, along with Red Savina Habanero (second hottest pepper), Aji Limon Pepper (not very hot, but tasty), and Indian PC-1 Pepper (middling hot, but enough to get your attention).

Moreover, their MaxiMill has a grinder head that can be put on any of several jars—so you can keep all the dried peppers around, each in its own jar, and grind whichever one appeals to you.

Here’s the catalog.

Written by Leisureguy

30 January 2008 at 7:10 pm

Posted in Food

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  1. Before digging into those super hot peppers, have a look at this video:



    30 January 2008 at 10:37 pm

  2. Great video!


    constant reader

    31 January 2008 at 9:15 am

  3. Wonderful video. My sister likes spicy foods and commonly munches on a raw jalapeño with no ill effects. So once she picked up an habenero and chomped a section off that…. Uh-oh!

    Obviously, with the little grinders, you grind only as much of the tasty spice as will make your head sweat, your eyes water, and your heart beat faster—not so much as to be unpleasant.



    31 January 2008 at 9:22 am

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