eagle2250

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^^
....but a salad is not a salad, absent the pepperoncini's. Just a bowl of lettuce, spinach leaves, cut up tomato's and onion:icon_scratch:. Ya just gotta have the peppers. ;)
 

eagle2250

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^^
....but a salad is not a salad, absent the pepperoncini's. Just a bowl of lettuce, spinach leaves, cut up tomato's and onion! Ya just gotta have the peppers. ;)
 

TKI67

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....but a salad is not a salad, absent the pepperoncini's. Just a bowl of lettuce, spinach leaves, cut up tomato's and onion! Ya just gotta have the peppers. ;)
Yes, pepperoncini is awesome in a salad, but last night I made one with other ingredients that was decently: red lettuce, thinly sliced sweet onion, marinated artichoke hearts, garbanzos, and thin sliced of orange bell pepper. There wasn’t a single Scoville in there unless it was from the scant teaspoon of Maille Dijon in the EVOO and white wine vinegar dressing. Maldon salt, the unsung hero of many salads. Pepperoncini would have made it even better.
 

eagle2250

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When I was but a young lad, my Mom used to take hot peppers grown in our garden and put them up in oil. We would take those peppers, add a couple of slices of buttered homemade bread and sit back and enjoy some good eating! ;)
 

Howard

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I see. Which one is your favorite hot sauce?

My favorite would probably be Frank's Red Hot. I really shouldn't be bringing hot sauce home cause of My Father's heart attack a month and a half ago and My Father tells me to stop having hot sauce cause it will eventually catch up to you later on in your 50's and 60's.