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Old 07-10-2017, 08:50 PM
 
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LMAO "top ten hottest cities for food", not even close.
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Old 07-11-2017, 04:34 AM
 
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We have 'king of spicy'. Pretty hot.
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Old 07-11-2017, 11:48 AM
 
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LMAO "top ten hottest cities for food", not even close.
I had to also laugh at your response. Let me clarify, it was listed as one of the top ten "rising" hot spots in the country. Hey, I am from London. London was about the worst big cities for eating out until the last few decades. Places grow and change. I am seeing it here.

In regards to "hot" food, I just ate the hottest plate of chicken wings in the world probably. It was the "Carolina Reaper" pepper wings from Big Al's in Cornelius. I have eaten what has been called the "hottest" dishes in the world when in foreign countries. This was right up there. As fare as the up and coming hottest cities for food, here is the list according to Zarat (large, reputable food critics):

Starting with the top of list:
1- D.C.
2. L.A.
3. Denver
4- Boston
5- Seattle
6- New Orleans
7- Asheville, N.C.
8- Philadelphia
9- Charlotte
10- Atlanta.

Many people from out of the region hate and deny when little Charlotte shows any greatness. Looks like that could be the trend of the future though.

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Old 07-13-2017, 08:12 AM
 
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I had to also laugh at your response. Let me clarify, it was listed as one of the top ten "rising" hot spots in the country. Hey, I am from London. London was about the worst big cities for eating out until the last few decades. Places grow and change. I am seeing it here.

In regards to "hot" food, I just ate the hottest plate of chicken wings in the world probably. It was the "Carolina Reaper" pepper wings from Big Al's in Cornelius. I have eaten what has been called the "hottest" dishes in the world when in foreign countries. This was right up there. As fare as the up and coming hottest cities for food, here is the list according to Zarat (large, reputable food critics):

Starting with the top of list:
1- D.C.
2. L.A.
3. Denver
4- Boston
5- Seattle
6- New Orleans
7- Asheville, N.C.
8- Philadelphia
9- Charlotte
10- Atlanta.

Many people from out of the region hate and deny when little Charlotte shows any greatness. Looks like that could be the trend of the future though.
My mistake, my friend that bought the Carolina Reaper wings bought them on South Boulevard some place not Big Al's. He bought them to go for our weekly beer night.
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