A Brit, a Yank and a Kitchen

Sunday, October 1

Daredevil Night

Dave and I had some adventures in the kitchen last night.

First, I wanted to jar the rest of the habaneros I had.... I had to boil the vinegar solution first, and I can tell you the smell that produces makes you feel like you live in a salt & vinegar chip factory. So that jar is now off in a dark corner of the fridge to pickle and get nice and pissed off for the next 4-6 weeks.

Dave also made a couple of jars of the Angry Nosebleed Salsa, which we had a little bit of last night. He tried making it differently, by having the tomatoes in chunks instead of pureed. Yea, that didnt work... the habs are so hot that eating even a tiny chunk of tomato was waaay to hot. This stuff is only edible in very very small bits at a time... like... tomato crumb small.

The best part of the night though was the beer. While moving, Dave found a box full of bottles of beer that he home-brewed over 4 years(!) ago! We decided to be brave and try some. It was actually still pretty good... so we enjoyed a couple of bottles. I don't think there were any bad side effects, no halluscinations were induced... but I'll let you know as soon as our cats second head goes away.


Blogger superstar said...

good picture

10:12 AM  
Anonymous greg gibson said...

ha ha!! That is funny you found that box.. I remember Dave talking about when he used to brew that stuff...

And oh yeah... I want some of that hot sauce!!!!

10:05 PM  
Anonymous greg gibson said...

And oh yeah... I LOVE the jar label!! ;)

10:06 PM  
Blogger wheresmymind said...

I'm glad ya'll were doing this and not me...I'm a delicate flower ;)

9:09 AM  
Blogger Garrett said...

Gurrrrrl, don't be stingy now. Give up the salsa recipe! I have people to burn.

5:51 PM  
Blogger Lea said...

hahaha ok ok

This was a pretty big batch...

6 tomatoes (seeded & salted)
5 habs
4 cloves of garlic
.5 cup vinegar
salt to taste

all pureed together in a food processor =)

3:36 PM  

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