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The Tennis Racket

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The Tennis Racket is a hot sauce that I created. Please note that it is not called a "tennis racquet," because that spelling of the word is stupid and dumb.

The Tennis Racket is a home made sauce that is made from several types of peppers. Most notably, cayenne peppers, who have the dominate flavor of the sauce. Other ingredients include: Poblano peppers, Hungarian peppers, Banana peppers, Serrano peppers, garlic, salt, pepper, lots of dill weed, sugar, and apple cider vinegar.

Why Is It Called "The Tennis Racket?"

Because when you taste it, you will feel as if you are busted in your face with a tennis racket.


After you have grown some peppers, you have to figure out what to do with them. An easy way to get rid of them quickly, is to turn them into a hot sauce. By doing this, you get rid of a bunch of peppers all at once, and you are left with a great sauce that you can toss into any recipe that calls for a bit of heat.

What I did:

  • Grew some hot peppers
  • Waited
  • They blew up and produced a ton of peppers
  • Picked them
  • Washed them
  • Cut them up small
  • Put a ton of fresh garlic with them
  • Blended all of it hardcore in a blender
  • They became a paste
  • Put that paste into a mason jar
  • Added a LOT of salt
  • Let the mess sit for 2 weeks
  • Made sure to loosely cover the mason jar with a paper towel and a rubber band holding it on.
  • Stirred it every day
  • At day 7, it started to smell funky
  • At the end of the 2 weeks, took off the towel and added one cup of cider vinegar
  • Added all the other crap, like dill weed, sugar, black pepper, etc
  • Blended hard core again
  • Let it sit in all that juicy goodness for 2 days
  • Strained the liquid through cheese cloth
  • Tasted it and added some more salt because it was a bit drab
  • Strained it again because I got a bit of pepper skin stuck in between some teeth
  • Poured it into a clean mason jar
  • Put it in the refrigerator because nobody needs to know my secrets.
  • Write 16 other blogpedia articles because I forgot about the sauce
  • Take the mason jar out of the fridge after all that
  • Greentext a story
  • Put the sauce in a spoon and then taste it
  • Cry for the next 20 minutes while looking through the fridge for sour cream or some other dairy product
  • Blogcast about it here.


mmmmm, The Tennis Racket is a part of a series on Food

Baked Eggs | Clam Dip | A 75 Dollar Meal In Japan | Chef Jean Pierre | Breakfast | You Must Eat All The Eggs | Spider Goulash | Watermelon | Moleasses | Fresh Salsa | Cigarettes | Lunch | Homemade BBQ Sauce | Ramen | Brunch | Smokes | Dinner | Supper | Afternoon Tea | Doritos Ingredients | Late Night Snack | So Hi | 9 Pounds Of Onions | Hot Sauce | Microwave Oven | Blue Moon | Tomato Soup | The Destruction Of Food Processing Facilities | Rejected Mountain Dew Flavors | Self Serving Skillet | RC Cola | Poppers | Cheese Spread | Sushi | The Scoville UNIT | Burger | Brussels Sprouts | Justin Wilson | Pesto | The Waffle House Index | Pickled Garlic | The Tennis Racket | WHOPPER WHOPPER WHOPPER WHOPPER | The War On Eggs | Cereals That Are Gone | Ketchup On A Hot Dog | Stainless Steel And Garlic | Red Bull Inn | Mustard | La Choy | KFC Firelog | Domicopter | Chili Crisp | Zah | Adobo Chuck Roast | The Old Pick Nose And Eat It Switcheroo | Resiniferatoxin | La Fin du Monde | Coffee | Frank's Red Hot© | Omelette Man | Vegan | Chinese Restaurant Syndrome | Chili | Cheeses | Sausages | Chicken And Noodles | GWEET | Superman Imitation Pasteurized Process Cheese Spread | Big Brussel Sprouts | Prime Rib | Chowder | When I Feel Bad | Trout | Maytag Blue Cheese

The Tennis Racket is a list of phenomena that I tend to forget the name of...

Leidenfrost Effect | Euler's Disk | Fencing Response | Garry Hoy | Roko's Basilisk | The Madness of Mission Six | Best Bond Girl Names
Ones that I need to make a page for soon: academic dueling scars | Tom Lehrer's songs | Norma McCovey | Margaret Sanger | Bill Kaysing | 100 Prisoners Escape Puzzle | Wagon-wheel effect | Helmholtz Resonator

Ones that I have started: Edmund Fitzgerald | Pickled Garlic | The Tennis Racket | Lester Eubanks