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Weatherman Versus Food - Wing-Cap

It's Friday night, which means it's time for weatherman versus food. Last week, we took a look back at the successes and failures WFFT meteorologist Andrew Logsdon went through. One thing he never backed down from was a spicy food challenge. Tonight, we see how he did eating some of the spiciest foods on the planet on tonight's Weatherman Versus Food.
It's Friday night, which means it's time for weatherman versus food.

Last week, we took a look back at the successes and failures WFFT meteorologist Andrew Logsdon went through.

One thing he never backed down from was a spicy food challenge.

Tonight, we see how he did eating some of the spiciest foods on the planet on tonight's Weatherman Versus Food.

So last week- we broke down my record doing food challenges- where I prevailed in just about two-thirds of them.

This week- we're turning up the heat.

That's right, it's all the spicy challenges.

Eating wings and things, with sauces made from some of the hottest peppers on earth.

They might not have been a ton of food, but they were more than a mouthful.

In fact, my very first challenge, I went triple atomic against some ghost-peppered sauced wings.

I tackled the wall of flame with these habanero-sauced wings.

And not just wings.

This is Jumby's pulled pork- soaked in a sauce made from ghost pepper and the trinidad meruga scorpion pepper.

I hit bars and restaurants across the region- looking for the one spicy salute that would do me in.

Not even the basket of death would be my undoing.

In the end- I made it on quite a few walls, won a bunch of t-shirts, and never lost a spicy challenge.

But can you do it?

I want to see what you got.

Email or message me if you think you can take the heat.

You can find me at-




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