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Re: Goldsworthy Movie..and Woody's chile Relleno cooking experience!


From: Woody Duncan (wduncan_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Mon Jul 21 2003 - 09:48:37 PDT

Yes Linda it's the seeds, and the Poblano (although mild) is
a bit hotter than the Anaheim. Here is a chart of hotness.
                                        Enjoy, Woody wrote:
> I thought my hands were fine this pain anymore. I took a
> shower and as soon as my hands got into the warm water they started
> burning again! I used a lot of soap, and as soon as I got out, they
> felt better. I could not believe it when I put in my contact lenses, I
> felt a stinging, much more than usual from the drops I use. I am
> CERTAIN that the stuff even got on my lenses! Thank goodness it was
> short lived. I didn't have to take out my contacts or anything. I was
> afraid to even take the first bite of these great smelling rellenos, but
> surprisingly they tasted great...not too spicy..just right. What a
> saga!!! Peeling them under running water....ah...I'll try that next
> time! Yes, folks, even after all this, there WILL be a next time. ANd
> Woody, I did try to buy Anaheims but all they had were poblano, which
> are supposedly mild too. I think it was all from the seeds.
> Linda

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