Skip to comments.Habanero Peppers To Blame For Evacuation Of Jeffco Open School
Posted on 04/09/2014 7:22:52 AM PDT by BenLurkin
Firefighters were first alerted to the toxic substance around 12:45 p.m. Monday. Dozens of children had to be decontaminated as a precaution.
Firefighters say their monitors were able to pinpoint the substance to the schools playground. Firefighters were not able to identify the source but they were able to rule out some other possible causes.
District teams are in the process of washing the playground equipment and wiping down surfaces inside to ensure that the school is free of any residual pepper oil, Reeves said. The wood chips in the area where the peppers were found are being replaced.
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The hottest are either the Bhut Jalokia, tried it, (ferocious heat) or a new one I`ve never heard of called the Maruga Scorpion. I gotta try that one soon, before the panty waist brigade outlaws it “...because it burns!”.
Try this site to get the Maruga Scorpian and Bhut Jalokia products http://www.hotsauce.com
was it raw? did you eat it by itself? i like to chop them up nice and tiny and throw them in scrambled eggs or omelets... and i include them in my guacamole... if i do not have any on hand, i use the hot yellow peppers from the jar--Mezzetta is the brand... i like the heat...
LOL. Wait a minute there. I’m a Bronco fan for a very good reason. My brother was a Raiders fan so I became a Bronco fan to piss him off.
why? was it a dare?
No, somebody said “try this one”
So I did.
aye, aye, aye... but Serrano is my favorite, from heat to flavor to color, size and shape... cooked... or raw—if it’s diced...
My favorite sauce is made with the Datyl pepper. Datyl Do It. Only available in Florida.
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