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Martin Luther King, Jr.
Ralph Waldo Emerson
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A good spicy challenge strikes a balance between flavour and fear.
I love cooking and eating - I'm a total foodie. It started off as a survival thing as a student, when cheese and potato pie was all I could afford to make. My most successful results come from concocting something with leftovers. Any chef will tell you that you should taste as you cook, so I might make it a bit more spicy, yogurty or eggy.
People ask me all the time, 'What keeps you up at night?' And I say, 'Spicy Mexican food, weapons of mass destruction, and cyber attacks.'
It's like spicy food - sometimes you have to tone it down so more people can enjoy it.
In my travels, I also noticed that kids in Thailand like spicy food, and kids in India love curry. I'm hoping to introduce my son, Hudson, to lots of veggies and spices when he's young. I say that before he's started on solid foods, so it could be easier in theory than practice!
Most people don't know that I'll eat anything spicy. A little extra kick is always a good thing!
From a young age, I understood the idea of balanced flavor - the reason you put ketchup on a hamburger. I was that kid who wouldn't eat something if there was something missing. I never really understood it until I began cooking professionally, balancing acids, sweets, spicy flavors and fat.
There's nothing like simple spicy egg bhurji.
I lick the cheese off Doritos and put them back in the bag. I will eat pretty much anything as long as it's salty. Or sweet. Or spicy.
Me and my mom are pretty cool. My mother's Caribbean, and she gets a little spicy, and I get a little spicy back.
My favorite time of day is to get up and eat leftovers from dinner, especially spicy food.
People may not know this about me, but I've always loved cooking. My favorite thing to cook is my mom's spicy spaghetti.
I love spicy food, love it. But wasabi is just painful.
I'm trying to lead a good Christian life, so there ain't too much spicy to tell about me.
I love Italian, Mexican, Thai. Something spicy.
Louisiana was as close to South Asia as the United States could get: it had spicy food, humidity, giant cockroaches, and a corrupt government.
Haggis is delicious. It is wonderful. It's spicy, it's tasty, and you get vegetarian haggis as well.
I love spicy food.
What I love is Mexican hot chocolate, like a spicy hot chocolate - adding cayenne pepper to the Hershey's cocoa and making a spicy-sweet treat.
Chipotles, which are dried jalapeno peppers, give out a terrific smoky flavour - they're warm, earthy and usually not too spicy.
I love spicy food, so I'm not sure why I have this aversion to wasabi, but I really detest it.
Indian cinema gives you everything that western cinema doesn't. It's maseladar and spicy. If you like Indian food, I think you'll love Indian movies.
I prefer more spicy food to your Italian to be fair.
I look at a basketball laying on the ground, and it makes me think of something. Popcorn ball. How 'bout a spicy popcorn ball? That is how my mind is always working.
I know how I like my food. I like it spicy, salty, sticky, crunchy, juicy, oozy - basically any dish you know and love, jacked up to a bordering-on-socially-unacceptable amount of flavor.
My standard Nando's order is a chicken breast burger served 'medium,' which is still fairly spicy.
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