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Old 03-06-2009, 09:32 AM
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I will heroically and selflessly volunteer to be a taster. As long as 'hot' is reasonable.
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I can live with wuss. Living with the result of overly spicey is far worse. Name:  oldphart.gif
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i thing come's to mind Ring of Fire
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I'll be making a few batches. One for the Men at camp. A milder one that is appropriate for my 3 and 4 year old children. And a third the mildest of them all probably just use ketchup because BBQ sauce is too spicy for Red Chili.

Sounds like we have more tasters than chefs. So search up how to cook hot wings and show off your skillz. I welcome the offer of beer. It may be delivered to site 165 at any time. If anyone wants to show off any of their local/home/favorite brews I'd be happy to sample them. My favorite kinds of beer, the one you provided.
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This is going to be fun, i have a few idea's wait and see..
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I must agree with Farnham, beer donations are more than welcome.

Not sure about the three different levels but we'll see. I will try to keep the heat down so that everyone can partake and not have to hide behind a rock on the trail the next day.

Dark beers put out the flames the best
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Regards hot stuff... reminds me of a story.

Seems ol' Granpa in Texas (where else) liked spicy food. His grand kids thought they would test the old man. They took him on a great family camping trip and on the first night they fed him bowls of chili from each one's favorite recipe, each hotter than the last.

Well, despite beads of sweat breaking out on the old man's forehead he would smile and comment how good the chili was, and ate every drop. They finished up with some homemade ice cream made right in camp with a hand crank ice cream maker. Great memories.

Then the next morning, they sleepily assembled around the campfire, and Granpa wandered off into the woods to the shanty outhouse.

They didn't hear much at first, but after a minute, they heard him say,
"C'MON, ICE CREAM!!"
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Any chance I could persuade you in bringing a case of there fine ale out along with a pint glass? As I collect pint glasses. Full compensation will be waiting. Just tried there ale, dang good stuff.
Absolutely, do you have a preference? we have Variety 12packs that have Lizard Head Red, Third Eye Pale Ale, Colorado Kolsch an Steam Engine Lager or we have all those flavors solo or we have cans of 3rd Eye and Cans of Steam. And which Pint Glass, do you have a favorite?
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Old 03-22-2009, 08:33 AM
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I must agree with Farnham, beer donations are more than welcome.

Not sure about the three different levels but we'll see. I will try to keep the heat down so that everyone can partake and not have to hide behind a rock on the trail the next day.

Dark beers put out the flames the best
Yup, actually any beer with a large malt profile will qwell heat and beers with more hop in the grain bill will accentuate spicyness.
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