Author and all around Guy-Who-Talks-And-Thinks-About-Pop-Culture-Too-Much Chuck Klosterman defines a nemesis as someone that you "kind of like, despite the fact that you despise him." A nemesis is someone with whom you are incredibly competitive, to an at times unhealthy degree. "People who barely know both of you assume you are close friends; people who know both of you intimately suspect that you profoundly dislike each other," Klosterman says. It's easy to recognize your nemesis (it's the one close friend you have who you probably once seriously contemplated murdering), but how do you cook for your nemesis in a way that forces him/her to acknowledge their laughable inadequacies? Klosterman and, indeed, the world, have been silent on this subject. Until now.
What Do You Bench, About a Buck-10? Buck-20? Spicy Bacon-Wrapped Shrimp
Everyone brings hot dogs and burgers to a barbecue, why not spice things up -- literally! Spicy bacon-wrapped shrimp is delicious and original, and it's a surefire way to make sure you, and only you, will be the talk of the town at your next local BBQ. NOTE: The intense spiciness isn't for everyone, so these are also a good way to weed out who among your party isn't, you know, man enough to handle a little heat.
1.) The first and most important thing you need to do is develop a stoic immunity for spicy foods and, specifically, multiple chipotle peppers. Work on this step for about a year leading up to your neighborhood BBQ.