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Old 09-08-2016, 09:45 PM   #59053
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Ok guys ... explain something to me please. When I eat jalapeņos or other spicy foods all I can taste is burning, searing pain. No other flavors come thru. Is it like this for those of you who like hot stuff or I am just a whimp? I can't understand the appeal of eating anything that causes such pain.
I'm with you Barb, my mouth burns so bad I just can't eat food like that. Like it spicy, but not hot spicy. There is a world of difference.

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Old 09-08-2016, 09:52 PM   #59054
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Mount Vernon, Illinois and its raining. Nice drive up from Kentucky, and didn't
start raining till after we parked.
And still hot.
Tomorrow move to Kansas City, Mo. to see Paula's sister for 4 days.
Then North to Omaha. OOms to those who need them. Drive safe.
I feel like our paths may soon cross. We sure seem to travel along the same routes. We ended up not going to Iowa this year as our friend there is very ill. :-(

Maybe Az... maybe the great mooning?
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Old 09-08-2016, 09:56 PM   #59055
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Barb, the pain takes away the guilt for all the bad things you have done between Jalapenos.

Actually I can taste everything in a stuffed jalapeno. You just need to develop your taste buds. The Jalapeno just enhances the other food groups.
I'm with you on discerning flavors from heat. But some heat is just too hot for me. The habanero fried pork rinds in Payola were about as hot as I want to go lol. Marty knows her way around the habanero!
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I'm with you Barb, my mouth burns so bad I just can't eat food like that. Like it spicy, but not hot spicy. There is a world of difference.

Jake
I enjoy well seasoned food. That does not include any peppers hotter than bell peppers. I agree, Jake, there is a HUGE difference.
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Actually, I surprised myself with being able to eat more than one of those pork rinds....and then a couple nights ago, I put Peach habanero jelly on a pork tenderloin, and it was really good... sweet, fruity, with a zing and that smoky taste Habs have.... I'm not such a fan of Jalapenos, they don't seem to have the flavor a Habanero has, and are just hot to me. hey! finally... something my taste buds have discernment on! Am I a pepper snob now? tee hee...
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Went over to see little William today at his house... had to load a dishwasher, hand wash what didn't fit into the machine, and fold 2 loads of laundry before I got to hold him.... ahh... but it was worth it!
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Well.. Good Morning Mutants! Wakey Wakey! Sip that coffee...
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Well.. Good Morning Mutants! Wakey Wakey! Sip that coffee...

Good morning Marty and the rest of RVMdom!
We will get some time with Hayden before we head West, Marty. She is 2 months now. We saw her for a week when she was spankin new, and after a bit of cavorting with RVMs, suddenly 6 weeks goes by. Oh the Humanity!
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Barb, some folks can do hot, and some can do HOT, but we know the boundaries of our tasters! Bacon wrapped jalapeņos is as bold as we get, but they are tempered down via fire.
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Actually, I surprised myself with being able to eat more than one of those pork rinds....and then a couple nights ago, I put Peach habanero jelly on a pork tenderloin, and it was really good... sweet, fruity, with a zing and that smoky taste Habs have.... I'm not such a fan of Jalapenos, they don't seem to have the flavor a Habanero has, and are just hot to me. hey! finally... something my taste buds have discernment on! Am I a pepper snob now? tee hee...
Yes, habaneros, the pepper king for me. Any recipe that calls for jalapeņos get habaneros instead. There is a trick to cool jalapeņos if you really like the flavor but not the heat. Move the stems and seeds, cut into strips, and soak in Sprite for a couple of hours. Removes the heat, leaves the taste.

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Tonights dinner entre, Annie's Pork Chops at MMDC Resort.

Are you work campers?
The FOOOOD you have displayed could encourage a rush of RVMs arriving at such a fun and tasty convergence: MMDC!
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Yes, habaneros, the pepper king for me. Any recipe that calls for jalapeņos get habaneros instead. There is a trick to cool jalapeņos if you really like the flavor but not the heat. Move the stems and seeds, cut into strips, and soak in Sprite for a couple of hours. Removes the heat, leaves the taste.



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Martin says the best way to winterize the rig is to drive south. (I would add west to that, but otherwise agree.) 😉
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Martin says the best way to winterize the rig is to drive south. (I would add west to that, but otherwise agree.) 😉
I agree with that plan. I feel sad for those RVs that stay idle for months with pink stuff in their innards.

Sue, where are you and Martin wintering this year? We're doing AZ again. I sure don't miss the mosquitos, ants and fleas that plagued us in Florida.

How many RVMs are going to AZ? We could plan a Curiosity in Tucson again, just not the first week of Feb. Papaw Steve and Mary Ann -- are you staying in Florida all winter?
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