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    Quote Originally Posted by Bryan View Post
    Feeling like I want to dance right noooowwww

    Lol why?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Celph Titled View Post
    Lol why?
    Guess he wanted to flame.. but messed up with the wrong thread as it should have been on the crazy shit or what are doing now thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bryan View Post
    Feeling like I want to dance right noooowwww

    That's you when you listen to Brittany Spears and the backstreet boys. Fagloid. I bet thats actually you.^

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    Quote Originally Posted by thetick View Post
    Guess he wanted to flame.. but messed up with the wrong thread as it should have been on the crazy shit or what are doing now thread.
    Or maybe he discovered an awesome hot sauce that makes you want to dance
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    Quote Originally Posted by a_garcia49 View Post
    Or maybe he discovered an awesome hot sauce that makes you want to dance
    I want to know what it is.

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    Zehug
    Yemenite Jewish hot sauce here made by my wife. This version has Arbol chiles, serranos, habaneros, garlic, cilantro, black pepper, cumin and cardamom all processed/blended together. (In the previous generations it was smashed with a makhtesh and 'eli-Hebrew for mortar and pestle). In Israel Sudani peppers would be used but here in the U.S. the Arbol is the closest to the Sudani.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Targum View Post

    (...) (In the previous generations it was smashed with a makhtesh and 'eli-Hebrew for mortar and pestle
    Looks yummy.

    In Polish it's moździerz (hmm... mosh'-jeesh but with hard pronounciation like in gee?)
    No idea how to simulate źdź (=ździe), English does not have such sounds.

    Anyway - I still use it for my Bird's Eyes peppers/ olive oil paste and sounds similar. Did we freaking borrow (if Hebrew I would rather exclude Jewish borrowing ) or coincidence?

    Hmmm...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pioterus View Post
    No idea how to simulate źdź (=ździe), English does not have such sounds.
    I will be surprised to find similar sounds in other Slavic languages. In Lithuania, Belarus, Russia Poles are called 'psheki' for a reason.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Targum View Post


    Zehug
    Yemenite Jewish hot sauce here made by my wife. This version has Arbol chiles, serranos, habaneros, garlic, cilantro, black pepper, cumin and cardamom all processed/blended together. (In the previous generations it was smashed with a makhtesh and 'eli-Hebrew for mortar and pestle). In Israel Sudani peppers would be used but here in the U.S. the Arbol is the closest to the Sudani.
    That stuff is so good! I didn't know it was of Yemeni Jewish origin, though. Learn something new everyday.

    We use cayenne pepper here, though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Targum View Post


    Zehug
    Yemenite Jewish hot sauce here made by my wife. This version has Arbol chiles, serranos, habaneros, garlic, cilantro, black pepper, cumin and cardamom all processed/blended together. (In the previous generations it was smashed with a makhtesh and 'eli-Hebrew for mortar and pestle). In Israel Sudani peppers would be used but here in the U.S. the Arbol is the closest to the Sudani.
    Pretty cool, can jews handle spicy food? Seems like you guys can unlike other middle eastern people who almost die if they taste a little bit of spicy food, I almost killed a Jordanian mofo when I gave him hot Cheetos smh

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    By the way, that sauce recipe is similar to Mexico's salsa recipes, except we don't really blend in those chile peppers together and we don't add cardamom.

    Chile pepper, garlic, cilantro, cumin, salt, are the main ingredients to a good Mexican salsa

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