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RE: favorite hot sauce 2005/09/09 11:46:55 (permalink)
I like Melinda's and also Blairs Death Sauce. They're hot, but not just hot for the sake of being hot --- they have flavor.

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RE: favorite hot sauce 2005/09/09 12:11:29 (permalink)
Franks to cook with (must marinate them wings!) and Liquid Stoopid (yep - that how it's spelled) for special occasions. Makes me sweat just thinking about it!
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RE: favorite hot sauce 2005/09/09 17:33:07 (permalink)
My current favorite is "Hula Girl" Chipotle Habanero hot sauce. Its got good heat, but excellent flavor - a good balance.
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RE: favorite hot sauce 2005/09/09 18:18:47 (permalink)
Trader Joes store brand...
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RE: favorite hot sauce 2005/09/18 13:46:02 (permalink)
Holy buckets. I just got in some Daves Ultimate Insantity hot sauce. It's more of a food additive than a sauce. I put 6 drips in some vinegar that I added to my fajitas just now. It added a good flavor and I really didn't notice the heat in my mouth. But half way through one fajita my entire head broke out into sweat, even the back of my scalp. I'm not sure what to think. I guess if you like to sweat.
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RE: favorite hot sauce 2005/09/18 17:13:03 (permalink)
Tabasco...And there was any question.
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RE: favorite hot sauce 2005/09/19 06:12:59 (permalink)
I am all about some Texas Pete, it is my favorite hands down, no other hot sauce for me...i put it on everything...eggs, chicken, steak, pizza, veggies, anything!
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RE: favorite hot sauce 2005/09/20 17:38:20 (permalink)
I am a Tarheel born and raised. Texas Pete is THE sauce for Q and hot dogs but I use Tabasco for everything else.

Love the story about the owner of Texas Pete meeting the first President Bush who asked how can you name a hot sauce made in NC Texas Pete? His reply was same way a President can claim to be from Texas when he is from Maine.
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RE: favorite hot sauce 2005/09/21 10:38:16 (permalink)
or, the way a person can be born and raised in Illinois, receive college degrees from schools in Massachusettes and Connecticut, then live for a couple decades in Arkansas, can become a Senator from New York!
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RE: favorite hot sauce 2005/09/25 11:30:45 (permalink)
Best hot sauce this poncho ever tasted was that "Fire" style from Taco Bell.... Sauce is to die for..
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RE: favorite hot sauce 2005/09/25 14:45:31 (permalink)
quote:
Love the story about the owner of Texas Pete meeting the first President Bush who asked how can you name a hot sauce made in NC Texas Pete? His reply was same way a President can claim to be from Texas when he is from Maine.

or, the way a person can be born and raised in Illinois, receive college degrees from schools in Massachusettes and Connecticut, then live for a couple decades in Arkansas, can become a Senator from New York!


And perhaps be President of the entire US of A!
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RE: favorite hot sauce 2005/09/26 15:26:57 (permalink)
or perhaps not.
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RE: favorite hot sauce 2005/09/28 14:12:18 (permalink)
I found the best hot sauce while vacationing in the Bahamas - Clarkes Goat Peper Sauce. Un-believable! Smothered some very tasty conch fritters with the hot sauce on the table. Turned out to be Clarkes - bought 4 bottles home. Not sure if its available in the states.
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RE: favorite hot sauce 2005/09/28 14:26:59 (permalink)
Instead of paying big $$$ for the "gourmet" hot sauces, sometimes I try sauces that I see on the shelf and have never heard of. It's hit and miss, but fun to explore. I've tried some imported table sauces from Mexico (we have well stocked Hispanic food sections where I live) and usually they are pretty decent. Also closeouts are sometimes acceptable. A couple of unknown brands like "El Pato", and "Louisiana Bat Sauce" (both .49), have been pleasant surprises. Often it's just marketing, distribution, and MARKUP that determines if food item is successful or not.
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RE: favorite hot sauce 2005/09/28 15:36:02 (permalink)
has anyone MADE their own hot sauce?

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RE: favorite hot sauce 2005/09/28 18:27:34 (permalink)
quote:
Originally posted by Scorereader

has anyone MADE their own hot sauce?




Yep---a couple of times. One great---but i didnt write it down---and one that just well---sucked and wouldnt you know it---THAT one i wrote down!
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RE: favorite hot sauce 2005/09/28 20:08:34 (permalink)
Uh huh.
I've heard this story before.
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RE: favorite hot sauce 2005/12/29 09:09:55 (permalink)
I worked in NE LA for several years in the 80's and Panola hot sauce was in most of the small cafes/truck stops....it used to be sold in Delchamps grocery stores in MS/LA/AL....whenever i see a bottle now, I buy it...kinda scarce in Mobile...Panola's got a fuller flavor than Crystal and not as hot as Tabasco....Alaga hot sauce is also a favorite, made with Alaga syrup and has a good, mild flavor..
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