Saturday, November 16, 2013

YouTube: Chubby Bunny Duel; 1 lb Snickers

Over the past few weeks, I feel like I've gotten a bit more popular in the YouTube world. A few people from some great companies sent me some of their hot sauces to review. I might not be as big a name as Ted Barrus (for this particular spicy food genre), but I'm humbled and honored that others have watched my videos.

1 lb Snickers satisfying my hunger!
In order to freshen up the channel a bit, I've wanted some of my friends to make cameos. Max Carnage of Big Eaters Club got double the spicochist fun. First, a lovely dose of Satan's Rage ghost pepper sauce. Next, an onslaught of Mrs. Renfro's Ghost Pepper Salsa. There may be more torture lined up. :-)

Be sure to subscribe to Big Eaters Club. Max and Honey Badger attempt several quantity challenges that I would have zero shot at completing.

Competitive eater Stephanie Torres visited the Pacific Northwest in October and challenged me to a Chubby Bunny duel. But hey, it's too easy to stuff marshmallows in your mouth. We made it more extreme with atomic fireballs (which are not malleable like marshmallows) coated in pepper extract. Stains and spice burns for days!

Since it's the holiday season, I ate a 1 lb Snickers bar to satisfy my hunger. And damn, that thing was hard as a rock after sitting in my cold kitchen for a few days. Simply a chocolate nightstick. I probably would have tried to eat another one if the bar wasn't so solid.

In October, Mucho Burrito sells a ghost pepper burrito for a limited time. I've been told that the promotion has extended into late November. If you live in parts of Canada or the state of Washington and seek a spicy burrito, I highly recommend this one. Delicious and a great kick.

Tim from Adoboloco sent me more delicious hot sauces. While the Trinidad Moruga Scorpion sauce is fabulous, the Pineapple Habanero stole the show. I still dream about drinking that sauce.

Representatives from Sweet Sunshine also wanted me to review their entire line of award-winning sauces. We agreed to have individual reviews on all six sauces and to space those videos out over a lengthy period of time. I'm working up from the mildest to the hottest. The Sweet Sauce is tasty and should be mild enough for almost anyone to enjoy.

I hope everyone is enjoying the holiday season. Thanksgiving is coming up for us in the U.S., and Christmas isn't too far away, either. For me, I'm taking advantage by getting all the limited-time seasonal items I can find in stores. Panda logic!

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