Another heated debate that doesn’t appear to be dying down any time soon is that of Mancunian Brothers, and Oasis legends, Noel and Liam Gallagher. Over the years, the pair have been very open about their dislike for each other, a public spat that has helped to keep this family feud fuelled for many years. The same feud that was also the biggest contributing factor to Oasis calling it a day. Noel and Liam fought backstage on tour in 2009 and Noel walked away. Both of them, often looking back in anger…
Noel took some time to appear on the very popular YouTube series, Hot Ones - First We Feast, which is hosted by Chicago born hot sauce connoisseur, Sean Evans. A Simple concept series where Evans interviews celebrities as they try to make their way through some of the spiciest fried Chicken hot wings known to man whilst answering interview questions and having a general chat about various topics.
Early on in the challenge, Gallagher, and presenter Sean Evens make their way to a hot sauce with a scoville level of 12,200. For comparison, Jalapeno Peppers come in at around 2,500 - 6,000 scoville, Chipotle comes in at about 6,000-8,000. The sauce in question here, which leads to the Pizza debate, is Pineapple Habanero Hot Sauce. Although the Habanero Pepper can range from 100,000 to 350,000 Scoville heat units, however, this sauce contains a slightly more cooling combination, considering the ingredients.
“Usually the songs that live longest in the public consciousness are the ones that just fall out of the sky.” Whilst on the topic of songwriting, Noel reveals he almost wrote a song for Kanye West, but at the last minute decided to take it for himself. “I checked out his music and I really like his music...we [Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds] were writing this tune for an album and we were pretending we were gonna write it for Kanye and then it came out and it was like “fuck him” fuck him making me 700 million dollars next year, I’ll put it out and make 7 grand” Noel chuckles.
So, if Pineapple on Pizza is not good enough for one of the Gallagher brothers, it’s not good enough for anyone, definitely maybe...
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