Saturday, November 24, 2007

Photohunters - Hot


九格麻辣锅

Fiery Hot!!!

The famous Chongqing Hot Pot is usually eaten on cold winter days but nowadays you can see this on every street and city of China, and even in hot sunny Singapore!

Usually after a few mouthfuls, your tears would flow, your lips would feel numb and every pore on your body would be opened.
To the people of Chongqing, that is only their normal level. There are several levels of hotness to chose from.

When you visit a hot pot restaurant in Chongqing, you can see more than a hundred tables with hundreds of diners sitting round hundreds of boiling hot pots! Amazing!



Warning : Your lips would look like this after the meal! Sausage Lips!!!


Happy Weekend, every one!!!





60 comments:

  1. It looks so good... but you've scared me away with the lips ;-)

    I do love peppers, all kinds...
    Happy weekend!

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  2. How come you din put your own pic woh?

    Happy weekend!

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  3. jc,
    haha.... the lips would make you look sexy ;P

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  4. Ah...my kinda of 'hot'! I love this!

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  5. Ow, ow, ow! Too hot! ;)

    My photo hunt picture is up too. Come check it out if you get a chance. :)

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  6. Great post ECL. Those hot peppers look fiery and I love the photo of the lips. Save on collagen treatments for sure.

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  7. 九格麻辣锅? Cool dish for someone who love hot spicy food like me. Haha. I hope that "HOT" Dog mouth is not yours. How are you going to feel a kiss with that look? In fact, all men will run away :P

    Hey, bring back my abalone noodle, you can have this small teeny weeny bowl here .. hehe

    Have a great weekend ECL :)

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  8. My angel,
    I looked so gross with the sausage lips. hahaha....

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  9. mott,
    No hot spicy food for you in your condition.

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  10. Hi blogpower roundup,

    Looks like you have a good thing going. It's interesting that global bloggers are forming their own circles of friends.

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  11. Criz,
    You love spicy food!? This dish is perfect for you.

    But you so stingy, give me such a tiny portion of your Abalone noodle!!

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  12. i love spicy food. i wanna eat the 麻辣 hot pot again. Syiok nya...

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  13. No , I dont want my lips to look like that.

    I can handle a bit of spice but not too much. I guess, these really HOT pot food is yummy.

    Love your first photo.

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  14. LOL about the lips!! What a great take on this weeks theme.

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  15. Hey ECL, blogpower round-up was me, signed in on another account. Have a good weekend

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  16. Oh thats hot i know what you feel if you eat hot stuff.

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  17. This is my first introduction to this type of food. Don't think my stomach can take it. :(

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  18. That's not hot that's burning, lol ! I made an experience once in a Thai restaurant, I ordered a plate with basilic ! I thought it would be the cute little basilic we use here. Gosh, I burnt my mouth and of course was unable to eat it, lol !

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  19. Eeeww those lips. Pouty like Angelina Jolie's. Isn't that the trend these days? Haha. But I like the presentation of the chilis on the first photo. I was expecting though your hot picture in here. :D

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  20. I get it's worth the heat and pain for something so tasty! All this food makes me want my breakfast! Happy weekend

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  21. You mean the Chongqing Hot Pot only consist of chillis ? Singapore also got ?? Hmmm i really need to open my eyes bigger next time :P

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  22. OMG i will not even try to eat that hahah looks sooooooooooo hot...

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  23. that is not fiery .. it look fire-rie hahahahah

    hello hello

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  24. Wow this food does look hot. i was interested to read that it is eaten at any time of the year now. Sara from farmingfriends

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  25. I love hot spicy food but that sounds perhaps a little too hot for me.

    I may have thin lips and I think I want them to stay that way.. hehehe

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  26. o my god is it worth eating those hot pots if your lips look like this at the end of a meal *lol* great pics :)

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  27. Oh eastcoastlife, I just couldn't...
    Come visit my post at Work of the Poet

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  28. That looks so delicious, and I would so eat it, even if it did that to my lips!

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  29. Sizzling!!! But to prevent such lips, use a straw.. LOL!!

    *looks at ECL's one, two, two & a half fingers...*

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  30. This is indeed a very hot post! How did the lips get so swollen?

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  31. Oh my goodness the lips sure prove that is hot hot hot! Happy hunting...

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  32. That's a great post and fun as your posts always are. I love the first picture. I wouldn't want to risk my lips looking like the last one but it looks appealing. Have a pleasant weekend.

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  33. Wow! that looks spicy. Thank you for your visit. I have enjoyed your site and listed it on my side bar. I will be back.

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  34. Why 九格? Is it 9 different levels of spiciness? Very interesting!!

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  35. I would be unable to even eat from any of those hot pots....I love Thai food, with mild , in fact whimpy mild heat! lol...My hunt is up, pleasee come and visit

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  36. Who needs collagen lip implants when there's Chongqing Hot Pot? Great pics, and an interesting story. Have a lovely weekend!

    My HOT pics are up at Siani's Pot-Pourri

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  37. HOT, HOT, HOT! Look at the kissable sausage lips!

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  38. I'm getting the urge to drink water just by looking at your photos!!! Perfect fit for the theme...

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  39. Though I love hot spicy food, this one looks really hot and I don't want my lips to look like that. So I will try some to test and move on from there.

    Thanks for visiting mine and your nice comments.

    Have a great weekend.

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  40. wahooooo, that really looks hot hot HOT! eh, those sausage lips are yours ah? better to kiss with mah, hor? kekekeke!

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  41. HOT HOT HOT!!

    I don't know ler. I love spicy food but not overly hot. Cos then cannot taste the food liao. :P

    Anyway, what's your email? I was gonna send you my flight details lerr.. :P

    I am arriving in Singapore on Thursday 29th Nov, at 6.30pm. :) I will wait for u outside the arrival gate yeah. :D

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  42. the lips...looks HOT!!!!!!
    nice at the spicy steamboat. looks real spicy leh? tomyam spicier or this one?

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  43. Too funny--my husband loves hot foods like that.

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  44. Whoa. That certainly looks hot! I can't imagine myself eating that!

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  45. Whoa. That certainly looks hot! I can't imagine myself eating that!

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  46. Wow, imagine all that fiery hot peppers. I don't think my palate can take that high level of spiciness. Great entries.

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  47. My lips is quite sensitive, thus even one bowl of hot laksa can turn my lips to a duck lip like what you've shown here. So embarrassing!

    Anyway, this hotpot is certainly too hot! it's gonna be tasteless after a few mouth, isn't it? :~

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  48. looks delicious!!!!!! my mum tasted b4 but said not so nice cos it's hot + salty, not exactly the hotness she likes. she prefers hot + sour, ie Thai Tomyum!!! we all love thai tomyum, dont we? :)

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  49. Looks delicious, but I don't feel like trying it because I don't want a sausage lips! ahhahaha

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  50. Wow those photos are great
    Love the first one!

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  51. eeeeeeeeeewwwwwww!! that's really hot!!! i wouldn't dare eat it, even if you pay me $100 lol!

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  52. Why do people torture themselves with food like this?

    Hahahaha, are those your fat lips?

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  53. aiyo, no need to post so many photos. One of yourself will do - u are hot!! Haha.

    I love hot food, the hotter the better.

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