No, well, I did, but I have had some bad stuff recently happen in my personal life, and had to stop posting pictures of what I eat to the internet and deal with that.
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I have been taking photos of my food, despite my lack of posts. So all my Sriracha pics will be rolling out over the course of today. In the meantime, check out this awesome Sriracha infographic.
So you think you’re tough? You think you’re as hardcore as me? Well, yeah, you probably are.
Here are my rules for the 365 Days of Sriracha Challenge:
- Sriracha must be consumed with every meal.
- All snacks must be consumed with Sriracha.
- If food about to be consumed is “icky” with Sriracha a portion of food object may be segregated and a appropriate amount of Sriracha should be applied and then consumed. (example: one bite of a candy bar with Sriracha applied, rest of candy bar eaten normally)
- Drinks are exempt from challenge, but may be opted into challenge if Challenger is drunk or stupid enough to mix Sriracha into beverage.
- Pics or it didn’t happen! A small snapshot of each food item with Sriracha is required.
The following post can also be found on the “Why!?” page:
One evening when discussing blogs that people would read versus blogs that people wouldn’t read, we talked briefly of a site where someone eats Sriracha on at least one bite of every meal he ingests for a year. I decided to make this a reality due to my love of the always treasured rooster sauce. So I set forth to use this space to keep record of my journey through life with a bottle of hot cock in my pocket.
Around our house we have an inside joke, “Needs more Sriracha.” I realize it’s not that funny. But it’s a contextual joke. When talking about a nice big bowl of beef pho, no it’s not amusing. When talking about giving the dog a bath, it becomes considerably more humorous.
What is Sriracha? (pronounced: SIR-AH-CHA) Huy Fong Foods, Inc. in Rosemead, CA create the sauce that fuels the world. It has other names as well, such as “Rooster Sauce” or “Cock Sauce” which is derived from the logo on each bottle.
“Sriracha is made from sun ripen chilies which are ground into a smooth paste along with garlic and packaged in a convenient squeeze bottle. It is excellent in soups, sauces, pastas, pizzas, hot dogs, hamburgers, chowmein or on anything else to give it a delicious, spicy taste.”