Eating the hottest pepper in the world

Local photographer Nick Fisher recently sat at the bar at Dr. Teeth and ate chicken wings covered in a sauce made with bhut jolokia, the ghost pepper.

17 Responses to “Eating the hottest pepper in the world”

  1. Nick Pal says:

    Strong work!

  2. Tom says:

    I could only eat four. Those wings are the first thing I’ve ever had to stop eating due to spice

  3. Tom says:

    He ate the tenders, not the wings; there is a difference

  4. scum says:

    To bad that is a Marina bar because I would like to try them.

  5. scum says:

    I am with the Doktor on this one. PS I am a pro son.

  6. “A very spicy mountain”, hahaha!

  7. Nick Fisher says:


    It’s not in the video but the whole nipple thing totally happened.

  8. Chris says:

    I’d like to see someone try and eat this while sober.

  9. Jub Jub says:

    I had the Death Burger last week, which is the burger smothered in ghost pepper sauce, with slices of ghost pepper on top. It took me an hour and a half to accomplish, followed by about 20 hours of worrying I was going to shit my pants.

  10. Jimmy says:

    Marina Bar? Have you ever actually hung out there? Mayhem ain’t no Marina bar. This video is awesome.

  11. Kevin says:

    Went by yesterday (7/24/13) and had a platter of 8 ghost pepper wings.

    I ate them in less time than my friend ate his regular buffalo wings. They were hot, but not nearly the hottest thing that I’ve ever eaten (I’ve also been told that I lack the mechanism that most have to detect heat in food, so take my opinion with a grain of salt).

    I was honestly expecting more from their reputation, but in the end they were mild (if we’re talking punishment hot) at best.

    And yes, I was sober.

    A now closed noodle house in Houston, Texas has the hottest thing that I’ve ever eaten. I believe the entire sauce used to cover their tofu noodle contraption was made from ghost pepper and the blood of Satin’s aborted offspring; that was hot.