Salt and pepper, maybe some oregano and garlic powder... good enough for me. And I have never liked "hot." I'm the guy who has always been "mild." Pace Picante Sauce Mild is as hot as I cared to go. About 20 years ago I had a co-worker who was Thai. One day he asks me if I would like to try some delivery Thai food for lunch. I say, "Sure." He then asks me what heat level I want, 1 to 5 stars. I tell him I should probably stick with 1. He orders level 5. So, we're sitting in the break room, eating this food, I'm feeling like I'm pushing it with level 1, and I look at this guy while he's eating... and he has got beads of sweat forming on his nose and forehead. I thought he was crazy. But then, a couple months ago I was at a mini-mart grabbing a few things and happened to glance at one of the food racks and saw these: Now, first of all, I have always thought that chicken wings were dumb. Way too much work for so little meat. But, I have heard all the hype about "hot wings." So, out of curiosity I grabbed a box, fired up the oven and cooked them up. They were hot! For me... They made my lips burn. But, I had to admit, while sucking air through my lips to cool them off, they were very tasty. And the meat was juicy and tender. I have since bought, and enjoyed, a few more boxes. About this same time, I had been watching some Youtube videos highlighting spicy foods and I began to become interested in this fascination with "spicy." In particular, is this show called Hot Ones. I continued my foray into spice. I kept hearing about this thing called "Adobo," and after a little web searching, decided to try it out by mixing my own. Surprisingly delightful on a variety of things. And then... at the age of 60... I bought my first bottle of Sriracha. Oh. My. God. I've been using it on everything. Chicken, beef, beans, broccoli, steamed cabbage and potatoes... I am far from being a hardcore pepper head, but dang... I'm starting to love the burn.