Waste of Kokomo Podcast: Don’t Fear the Carolina Reaper

By Brian Blunt, Chiquita Blunt, and Leonard Pigg

This podcast may include some adult language or themes. Please don’t play it for toddlers.

Today’s guests are Jason Skaggs, Cristal Sparks, and Troy Sparks.

Recorded live at the Kokomo chapter of Phi Delta Kappa Beta Nu at 2401 Saratoga Avenue, Kokomo, Indiana, 46902.

Listen to or download the episode here.

Show Notes

Blues Jam at the Phi (Kokomo)

Carolina Reaper: a cultivar of the Capsicum chinense pepper. It has a Scoville rating of approximately 1.56 million units. For comparison’s sake, a jalapeño averages between 2,500-8,000 Scoville units and ghost peppers average between 855,000 and a million plus–– the Carolina Reaper is hotter than a ghost chili. (Wikipedia: Carolina Reaper; Scoville scale)

Cristal Clear Photography

Cristal’s Sweets

Not Necessarily Kokomo News

The One Cookie Challenge: got a spicy sweet cookie recipe? Submit it in the comments or by email to amosmagdotcom@gmail.com.

Paqui One Chip Challenge: Want to try this particular chip? Amazon, eBay, and Walmart still have the Carolina Reaper chip available even though the 2019 One Chip Challenge has ended.

Jason Skaggs appears courtesy of the Jason Skaggs Band.

Troy Sparks, VP of the Phi. On Facebook.

Who’s Yer Coustic

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