It’s how you use it…
Photo courtesy of Alexander Redfield.
Menu spotted in Beijing, China.
And begged for more
It tastes fine
And then Millet pepper’s love began to grow.
What a Cupid stunt!
After a short engagement, she broke it off.
Well I’m told it’s not the size as much as how you use it…… believe that and your address is somewhere next to the tooth fairy…….
Reading the characters the translation is accurate!
‘Cept I’d have used the word “rooster”.
The subscript reads: medium spicy taste. So it isn’t just small, it’s also not very hot.
Warning: may contain nuts.
Fair enough, but “what’s love got to do with it”?
@Pete | 4:58 am: Fair enough, but “what’s love got to do with it”?
Can I pay 96 yen for a big one?
Still a better love story than “Twilight”.
Not much anymore, especially since after that he gave her the shaft.
; – )
I see what ya did there!
@ Pete. It was intended as a double entendre.
Thus, in both meanings, it would be correct.
His brother, Sgt. Pepper, just slipped.
Toilet pepper was too picky.
So that’s before / after photo?
Must be platonic love.
I know, mate.
I was simply complimenting your work.
Is ghost pepper what’s left over afterward?
There’s hope for men like me!
@zankhana: Actually it’s true. Not all women love Long Dong Silvers.
I’d like to try this, but I’m a little chicken.
Be gentle with the peppercorns.
And if there is one thing Asians know about…..
One could but hope, that she fell in love withn the owner of the appendage.
Good Golly Miss Molly, I Got It !
Millet pepper with Tutti Frutti and Chicken Little Baby
Ain’t That Good News