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Man Up With These 4 Ways to Beat Spicy Foods

So, you’ve got the #ManCave, the autographed football carefully encased in glass, and a big screen TV that showcases just how much of a man you truly are .. But a man’s man can handle the heat. Can you?

Southern Recipe Pork Rinds

From Hot & Spicy Pork Rinds to BBQ Pork Rinds, we know how to seek heat. But our friends at The Kitchn can help you learn how to hide the sweating, the flushed face, and that signature fiery mouth. Their tips below:

1. Eat Slowly. The more capsaicin you’ve ingested, the stronger your body’s reaction will be. Eating slowly keeps a steady but tolerable amount in your body.

2. Drink Something Ice-Cold. Ice numbs the nerves in your mouth to the point where they aren’t activated by the spice.

3. Eat Something Rough. Crackers, bread, and rice give the receptors in your mouth a different kind of signal to focus on.

4. Build Your Tolerance Slowly. Learning how to handle spice takes a bit of determination. By eating a lot of increasingly hotter foods, you’ll build your tolerance gradually and come to appreciate the nuances in the different kinds of spice!

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Special Delivery! Southern Recipe Pork Rinds from Coast to Coast

They’re the lone stars. They’re the silent partners. They’re the road warriors. They’re America’s truck drivers, and we’re celebrating them all month long!

Now, when you celebrate with us, the reward is two-fold: You get to honor the men and women who bring bag after bag of Southern Recipe Pork Rinds to your local store and you get to have fun doing it … With our all-new game!

Tweet: Honor #America’s #TruckDrivers & #WIN cash here! #America’s #TruckDrivers & #WIN cash here!

Now until National Truck Driver Appreciation Week, September 13-19, we’ll celebrate the more than 3.1 million hard working truck drivers in our country who travel nearly 400 billion miles each year with our new game, Fill My Rig.

Each time you play, you’re entered to WIN the grand prize. That’s a $2,000 cash prize and a year’s supply of pork rinds. First runner-up? You’ll win a year’s supply of pork rinds.

Play and enter here.

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