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  • pjmaybe 12 Aug 2008 13:50:28 70,666 posts
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    Dunno if it's tescos that sell 'em but the fiery pickled onions are nnoicccceee
  • nickthegun 12 Aug 2008 13:50:52 63,910 posts
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    She does occasionally fry them, yeah, but she hasnt been that drunk for ages.
  • smoothpete 12 Aug 2008 13:51:32 32,167 posts
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    Jalepenos in vinegar are quite nice but I much prefer ones in water (which I can't find anywhere)
  • pjmaybe 12 Aug 2008 13:51:59 70,666 posts
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    smoothpete wrote:
    Jalepenos in vinegar are quite nice but I much prefer ones in water (which I can't find anywhere)

    Waitrose do 'em.
  • Bloodloss 12 Aug 2008 13:52:19 4,497 posts
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    Pickled onions are great, but not a match for the almighty pickled eggs.

    I only recently decided to try some pickled gherkins. Absolutely disgusting - so they're probably the kind cubby is talking about, not very good ones. Surely not the ones Americans lovingly refer to as 'pickles'?!
  • smoothpete 12 Aug 2008 13:52:53 32,167 posts
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    pjmaybe wrote:
    smoothpete wrote:
    Jalepenos in vinegar are quite nice but I much prefer ones in water (which I can't find anywhere)

    Waitrose do 'em.

    Ah nice one, thanks. I end up rinsing the vinegar ones off and it kind of ruins them
  • BanjoMan 12 Aug 2008 13:52:56 13,725 posts
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    Jesus, why do people buy jalapeņos? It's so easy to make them.
  • cubbymoore 12 Aug 2008 13:53:06 36,510 posts
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    Here come the farts.
  • PinkSpider 12 Aug 2008 13:54:42 3,346 posts
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    BanjoMan wrote:
    Jesus, why do people buy jalapeņos? It's so easy to make them.
    Please explain.

    Also; why is water superior?

    I did try pickling my own Jalapenos (home grown once) but they didnt taste right.
  • Deleted user 12 August 2008 13:54:45
    nickthegun wrote:
    Freakish things my wife does no. 254:

    She gets really doughy, cheap bread, removes the crusts, squashes it and then moulds dough balls around the pickled onions.

    Burn it with fire.
  • BanjoMan 12 Aug 2008 13:55:06 13,725 posts
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    cubbymoore wrote:
    Here come the farts.
    Thread is useless without... er... mp3s.
  • smoothpete 12 Aug 2008 13:55:35 32,167 posts
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    BanjoMan wrote:
    Jesus, why do people buy jalapeņos? It's so easy to make them.
    What grow them or buy them fresh? I don't think I've seen them fresh anywhere

    My mate who sadly died loved pickled things and vinegar so much that they put a bottle in his coffin
  • jonsaan 12 Aug 2008 13:56:05 25,857 posts
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    Yo Banjo. How does one make a Jalapeno?
  • Stickman 12 Aug 2008 13:57:19 29,660 posts
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    Strap a chilli to a pepper.
  • BanjoMan 12 Aug 2008 13:58:02 13,725 posts
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    PinkSpider wrote:
    BanjoMan wrote:
    Jesus, why do people buy jalapeņos? It's so easy to make them.
    Please explain.

    Also; why is water superior?

    I did try pickling my own Jalapenos (home grown once) but they didnt taste right.
    Well, a jalapeņo is basically just a mild chilli pepper, but the ones in jars are pickled.

    All I do is buy some large chillies, slice them and pop them in a jar with the juice of a lime, teaspoon of sugar, teaspoon of salt, clove of garlic, splash of vinegar, and top it up with water.

    Leave it for a week and you've got pickled condiment to go with your tortillas. I also make the tortillas myself - so much better than the packaged rubber frisbees.
  • smoothpete 12 Aug 2008 13:58:17 32,167 posts
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    PinkSpider wrote:
    Also; why is water superior?
    I find vinegar overpowers the taste of the chili, and that just won't do
  • Pike 12 Aug 2008 13:58:48 13,447 posts
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    Everything pickled is usually good, especially herring.
  • PinkSpider 12 Aug 2008 13:59:13 3,346 posts
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    Jalapeno is a type of chilli though, surely. I have Jalapeno seeds.

    /doesent know what the chillis asda sell are though.

    /marks as interesting for payday Jalapeno party.
  • MrSensible 12 Aug 2008 14:00:22 25,742 posts
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    Yeah jalapeņos are a specific chili, aren't they? They're different.
  • smoothpete 12 Aug 2008 14:00:55 32,167 posts
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    Yes they're their own type
  • BanjoMan 12 Aug 2008 14:01:16 13,725 posts
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    thefilthandthefury wrote:
    Yeah jalapeņos are a specific chili, aren't they? They're different.
    Yeah, but you can make basically the same thing as you get in a jar of El Pisso by following the recipe above.
  • smoothpete 12 Aug 2008 14:04:54 32,167 posts
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    Actually looking at google images, I think the normal fat chilis you get fresh in supermarkets are jalepenos
  • kincaide 12 Aug 2008 14:18:45 5,067 posts
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    I had the Barry Norman's Pickled Onions today. And I am pleased to report they were actually really nice, without being too spicy.

    Still had a kick to it though
  • BanjoMan 12 Aug 2008 14:20:42 13,725 posts
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    And why not?
  • StarchildHypocrethes 12 Aug 2008 14:21:16 27,560 posts
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    Pike wrote:
    Everything pickled is usually good, especially herring.
    Ah, but aren't you the man who likes lutefisk?

    /horp
  • Pike 12 Aug 2008 14:22:17 13,447 posts
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    StarchildHypocrethes wrote:
    Pike wrote:
    Everything pickled is usually good, especially herring.
    Ah, but aren't you the man who likes lutefisk?

    /horp

    Nothing wrong with lutfisk.
  • askew 12 Aug 2008 14:25:59 13,395 posts
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    Sounds... sexual.
  • BanjoMan 12 Aug 2008 14:26:56 13,725 posts
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    I need... sexual pickle, sexual pickle now.
    So good for me.
  • smoothpete 12 Aug 2008 14:28:59 32,167 posts
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    BanjoMan wrote:
    And why not?
    :)
  • Joppers 12 Aug 2008 14:30:40 63 posts
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    Pickled Onions + Mature Cheddar + Lurpack + Freshly Sliced White Bloomer = Heaven
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