British Radiologist Ian Rothwell, 55, became the first person to finish the world’s hottest curry at a UK restaurant while suffering hallucinations brought on by the dish. Truth to tell, drinking a glass of riot spray would have been cooler. And cooler. That’s what happens when you eat something with a reported six million Scoville units of heat in it. The curry is chock full of 20 Naga Infinity Chiles and has to be prepared by chefs wearing goggles and a face mask.
And with a payday like this, he’ll be able to afford it. The anonymous tuna slayer who captured this 489 pound bluefin tuna got a huge buyout to go with it.
If you want to try making your own tamales at home, here’s a step-by-step photo how-to for traditional New Mexican red chile pork tamales.
The preservation method is simple: First the olives are blanched in hot water. Then moisture and bitter components are drained from the fruit with sea salt, and finally the fruit is dried – in the early days by use of charcoal fires, now in special drying ovens, called “essiccatori” (dehydrators).
Try tea-smoking as an Asian alternative to boring roasted turkey this Christmas. It’s a style of cooking meat that hails from China’s Sichuan (formerly Szechuan) region, which is known for its hot, spicy cuisine.
Sriracha flavored beef jerky is a trend quickly turning into a hot new phenomenon in the world of gourmet jerky. Over the past few decades, Sriracha sauce has slowly gained a foothold into American culture, and just as quickly, has extended itself into a wide variety of foods.
McIlhenny Company is commemorating the big game and the “Big Easy” with a limited edition bottle of Tabasco Original Red