Off the top of my head, I'm torn between two: pico de gallo (a little bit of everything, a little bit spicy) and spicy chocolate (like this one, which I've never tried).
Or maybe I'm just craving spicy foods right now :)
UPDATE: OKAY, this is totally off topic, but it's got me giggling (because I'm a nerd) and I think my audience "out there" has the best chance at appreciating this with me. As a background to my comment, I've recently been reading and thoroughly enjoying Eats, Shoots and Leaves. If you are a grammar stickler and you haven't read this book, pick up a copy. It's really engaging and entertaining, and it scratches this grammar-stickler right where I itch. Anyway, I recognize that all of us succumb to poor grammar occasionally (I have to admit that I've been horrified to read something I wrote when I was tired and realize that I used "there" instead of "their" -- ahhhhhh!), and this morning, 9Marks made me giggle with this sentence in their newsletter:
And postmodernism, the cause of so much hand-wringing these days about what "should" happen the "pulpit," is re-considered by "Carl Trueman."
Who do you suppose this "Carl Trueman" is, who is telling us what "should" happen in the "pulpit"? I suppose he masquerades as a "seminary professor" who teaches "history" to a group of "students"?
In all seriousness, this is a great newsletter with great topics covered this month (as always) ... so don't let a little "grammar slip" put you off!