On Wed, 13 Jun 2001 16:06:27 John P. Looney wrote:
> Used some in some burrito's a while back (only one chilli per burrito).
> At the time, the girlfriend was cooking some burgers in the oven. A
> sauce dripped out the side of one of the burritos, and touched the
> rendering (according to her) inedible. And she loves Jalapeno's in
> and with nachos...hot stuff. But so tasty. And I still have six more...
Hadn't checked the Big Cheese - last time I looked they only did smoked
habs. The Aisa Market does fresh or dried ones. I prefer non-smoked
chillies for asian cooking, lightly smoked for tex/mex.
I still rue the day that Cody's Emporium stopped selling their
If you like mexican, try some chipotole (sp?), great flavour, but won't
pin your masochometer in case that's what you prefer.
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