As most of you know, I have a heavy passion for hot peppers.
I’ve been growing my own for about 20 years, and about 10 years back, I came up with recipe for hot pickled veggies that my friends and I adore.
Unfortunately, it requires harvesting peppers and then turning my kitchen upside down for a week to make them, so it’s definitely a treat that I don’t get to enjoy frequently.
As a result, I’m always on the lookout for similar items, so when my buddy Mktrat heard me talking about em’, he found just the cure.
I got home and found these babies on my door step. So I went inside, grabbed an ice cold Go To IPA (the official IPA of all things Amy), made sure that the insurance premiums on my underpants were current, and I tried one.
Man are these babies delicious!!
I don’t usually go for anything sweet, but it’s just the perfect compliment to the heat, and I can’t see it working without it.
The first bite wasn’t too hot, but as with all hot pepper foods, it’s cumulative… So by the 2nd nibble, my mouth was a blazin!
As usual, Go To was perfectly refreshing… maybe a little too refreshing actually. It cooled me down so fast, that I began shoveling the pickles in at an alarming rate! Wow are they addictive.
I literally could not stop enjoying these babies, and I’m quite sure that this is exactly what the Amish were hoping people would do with them.
It’s been about 16 hours since I attacked the jar, and so far my ass is exactly where I left it… No ill side effects or weapons-grade-sprints to the bathroom either.
The label says that these things are “especially made for” Amish Country Bulk Foods… So I’m gooing to look into having them made for the SCTMMC too. They’re that good. And if not, then I’ll make my own again.
Either way… I won’t be without these suckers ever again!!
For the record… The same goes for Stone Go To! All hats of to Stone!
And special thanks to Mktrat for making it all possible…
Should my ass ever burst in to flames, then I will curse you the curse of a thousand scorpions on your breakfast cereal.