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What do you do with the Ghosts? I know a restaurant in Cambridge that serves them with pasta and blows out even the most stolid chiliheads. I don't have chocolate habs. Only regular, bright orange ones and a gazillion mild p…
We tried a new twist on the Ghost Pepper...GP vodka. We put 7 ghost peppers in a bottle of grey goose...a month later it burned all the way to the stomach. My feet went numb and my buddy was gaging...pretty funny adventure we will not try again. …
357 Mad dog sauce
Was the hottest stuff I've ever tasted. Well for a few seconds til the heat overtook me.
They make this Mad dog 357 Ghost pepper sauce that is made from Bhut Jolokia chile pepper it's in the guinness book as the ho…
a few tips
1. don't stress about the gasket, it will get messed up
2. don't worry about the small cracks you will see int he paint
3. buy a placesetter and pizza stone asap
4. learn to love the stoker or guru
5. save up for the large you are …
That is a tough one, it is really not that long...I would go 17 hrs on a nonfrozen 16lb's of butt. You have just around 16, not counting the 2 hours or so in the cooler. good luck and let us know how it goes.