Board a Luxury RV in Phoenix and experience the Sedona Red Stones, Oak Creek Canyon, Bell Rock and Cathedral Rock. Then head to the Grand Canyon for a 9-hour tour from Flagstaff through the Navajo Nation.
We've crossed the US and back again to find some of the hottest and savory spice dishes that America has to offer. Whether it's NYC's Brick Lane Curry House or Li'l Dizzy's Cafe in New Orleans, the following places are sure to please all heat-seekers.
Located on Chicago's Magnificent Mile, Jake's has a delicious array of chicken wings, including its signature XXX, made with the world's spiciest pepper, the bhut jolokia. In 2010 and 2011, Jake’s took home top honors for its hot wings.
Rated the No. 1 wings in Chicago by the local NBC news affiliate, Crosstown is known for its signature PB&J wings, but many guests also come for the "Devil’s Sweat" wings, a concoction that uses an ultra-concentrated version of the bhut jolokia.
Li’l Dizzy’s Cafe
Each Sunday people make the post-church pilgrimage to Li'l Dizzy’s for its famous brunch buffet. Owned by a third-generation restaurateur, the café's specialties include gumbo, spicy fried chicken, mac-n-cheese and its signature jambalaya omelette!
Jitlada Thai is a tiny Thai restaurant made famous for its super spicy southern Thai offerings. Everything on the menu is spicy. For real chili chasers, Jitlada offers the chef's "Dynamite Spicy Challenge," a dish that's so hot only 5 people have finished it.
For the most authentic Indian food west of the Ganges River visit Brick Lane, known for its insanely spicy curry dish, the Phaal. It's made with 8 different chilies, including the bhut jolokia. If you finish the dish, you'll become a "Certified Curry Monster."
Only in Portland will you find a funky little restaurant like Salvador Molly's, famous for international cuisine. For those who really want to blow their tops, get the house specialty: "The Great Balls of Fire." These hush puppies are loaded with habanero peppers!