Severely Spicy Soup

We have never said it’s too hot. Over the past few years we’ve been building up our tolerance to spicy food- mainly through Thai food. Jitlada is the only restaurant that significantly steps it up each time we visit. Jazz consistently one-ups the previous bowl of spicy shrimp soup with one choke-inducing blend of peppery broth after the other.Last night we definitely had the spiciest yet. By the end it literally was like razor blades in my stomach. It’s a wonderful pain stemming from stubbornness- a no pain, no gain attitude towards eating. I think we’re at the point where we won’t ask for them to make it spicier until we’re used to this intense level.We’ve added mango sticky rice to the equation, to help quell the burn.


2 Responses to “Severely Spicy Soup”

  1. pinknest Says:

    were you madly sweating?

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