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    It sounds good, but not as good as I wanted it to sound. I was working against a budget so I went smaller on the speakers than I would have if unconstrained, and that limits the bass response. Still, it's more than adequate for the (usually-hollow/tinny sounding) 50's and 60's music my parents like ... and that's what counts. Who is doing the catfish frying today? You?

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    No not me, normally my girlfriends brother does the catfish and his wife does the other fixins (she makes the best Jalapeno hush puppies) My mom listens to the 50s and 60s music also. So who is doing the cooking for your get together today?


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    Dad and I will both cook, today. He'll grill while I do prep and sides. Mom will clean up. Jalapeno corn bread and hush puppies are things I miss from my time in Texas; people don't tend to add jalapenos to food, up here in NC. It's sad, as I acquired a taste for spicy food (specifically tex-mex) during my 12 years in Texas ... as in -real- spicy food ... not that faux crap from Popeyes or Bojangles but honest-to-goodness make your eyes water and nose run spicy food.

    Jalapenos are sweet to me, not hot. Friends have seen me wash off habaneros after plucking them from the garden and eat them ... straight up. (Yes, I even chew them up.) I have to be in the mood for that, though, as that's a special kind of hot that has me feeling like I'm going to breathe fire for the next hour or so. What's the hottest thing you've ever eaten?

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    Oh spicy food! They don't know how to do it here. My mom's family is kind of an oddity in that they love spicy food but they're from Indiana. My grandmother (when she was still alive) had pots set aside specifically for her hot sauce because it was so hot. When my mom was a baby, my aunt accidentally used one of those pots to heat up my mom's bottle LOL.

    They have Bojangles here and I was seriously disappointed with the "Cajun" biscuit. I was expecting a lot more spice to it.

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    Is this the fire you are talking about?

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    Or is it this experience you long for?

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    I was at the fair one day and over at the food area where they have Churches that cook and sell plates I saw a jar of peppers (I don't remember what kind) and I asked the lady there for one. She gave it to me, I ate it and I thought I was going to die.

    Am I the only one here that ages my Tabasco (2 years) before using it?

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    I don't age my Tabasco....

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    Quote Originally Posted by SurrealOne View Post
    I don't age my Tabasco....
    Question Please?

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    Why do you age your tobasco?

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    I buy a 12 once bottle of it every 2 years and age it without opening it. After the 2 years it is a brown color, it is way hotter and still has the same flavor. I have been doing this for the last 20 years and while I have had some people laugh when I tell them what I do, once they try my aged Tabasco they say it is way better and way hotter. Buy you a 12 once bottle, write the date on the box and store it. It takes about 2 years to get that nasty brown color but it is so good. If you like your hot sauce Hot. Do you like Tabasco?

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