Spicy pepper heat that is. I am a spicy foods person. It does not matter what type of food it is, the spicier the better. Maybe it stems from my development as a child. When my brother and I were younger, if we were ever caught swearing in the house or around my parents, the punishment was a few dabs of Tabasco pepper sauce on the tongue.
Tag Archives: Habanero
The Heat Is On
March 8, 2009 – 8:53 am
By Steve Bouey | Posted in Did you know?, Food, Mexico | Also tagged enchilado, hot sauce, Maya, Mayan, Merida, Mexico, PADYSA, People's Guide to Mexico, peppers, Tabasco, Yucatan Peninsula | Comments (0)
Nelsâ€™ Notes: Nomadic Wandering Shenanigans March 1-6, 2009
March 7, 2009 – 3:25 pm
As we awoke on Sunday we said farewell to Placenia, Belize for a day on the road. We traveled from southeast Belize to the eastern city of Tulum, Mexico. Our 10 hours in the trucks were broken up by a really smooth border crossing in which the Steveâ€™s, for the first time in the entire expedition, didnâ€™t have to do anything with the trucks. No registering, no paperwork, nothing.
By Nels Thoreson | Posted in Belize, Expedition Updates, Mexico | Also tagged cancun, cave diving, cenotes, habenero, Mayan ruins, Merida, Mexico, peninsula, playa del carmen, ruins, tulum, yucatan | Comments (0)