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Old 04-09-05, 03:15 PM   #1
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Favorite hot sauce?

I recently discovered Mountain Man Fire Roasted Habanero Hot Sauce. Nice smokey flavor and intense heat. Not as vinegary as some other hot sauces and a little thicker consistency. By far the best I've tried.

What's everyone else like?
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Old 04-09-05, 03:41 PM   #2
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My brother brought home some stuff called "Ass in the bathtub hot sauce". It was too hot to eat, but the name is funny.
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For flavour, I like Tabasco Chipotle. For shear danger, I like Da Bomb.
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I don't have a favorite store bought hot sauce but I like to make my own.

1-2 habanero(depending on how hot you want it, go ahead and add more)
1 tomatoe
handful of cilantro
1 onion
3 stalks of green onion

Anything else you want. Thats just a basic recipe. Oh, and I puree(sp?) it, not just chopped up.
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Dave's Insanity... Like Brylcreme, 'A little dab 'll do ya'

Tho' for general use I like this Chinese stuff, forget the name... comes in a plastic squeeze bottle with a green twisty top/spout. fairly thick and you can use it like ketchup. Good flavor, nice heat and a great 'reminder' the morning after.
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Tapito hands down.

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Plain old Tabasco.



I particularly like the vinegary smell and taste.
Simple and not too strong.
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I love hot sauce!! have a whole collection.some of my faves are Cyanide D.O.A.,Spontaneous Combustion and my all time fav' Da Bomb!!
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I second that tabasco sauce. It's good stuff to spice up your food.

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Old 04-09-05, 05:32 PM   #10
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Hi,
hot sauces have two strikes against them in my book. They have vinegar, by and large. I got tired of that taste. And they don't have enough pepper flavor.

Use fresh peppers. chop 'em or puree 'em, roast 'em or fry 'em up in the pan. Try and find a market that has some of the more unusual varieites. As we say here in Maine, Finestkind.
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For everyday use, you can't beat Texas Pete. It's the duct tape of hot sauce, it will fix anything.
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The hottest I had were from India, I was throwing flames for hours after a lamb vindaloo at a resturant in Washingtom DC. I've never been brave enough to buy a bottle of the sauce, don't need the stress in my life right now!

Another is called "Smack My Ass and Call Me Sally" they have several different sauces, all in the 60,000 SU rating, killer, just killer!
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Old 04-09-05, 06:14 PM   #13
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tabasco is for sissies

tapatio for flavor

sriachia is for spicy
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Another for Tapatio. Use it on about everything. Especially good on eggs with some cheese, garlic, and onions.
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tabasco is for sissies

tapatio for flavor

sriachia is for spicy

They're all good, really.

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Cholula anyone?

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I like the Tabasco green sauce on some things, but Sriracha "cock sauce" on most things.
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texas pete's
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Plain old Tabasco.



I particularly like the vinegary smell and taste.
Simple and not too strong.
Yep the Tabasco sauce would have to be my favourite hot sauce for sure.
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Old 04-10-05, 10:34 AM   #22
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I buy mine from a street vendor in Kensington market. Very good Carib hot sauce.
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Matouk's Flambeau and Calypso salsas from Trinidad. I get it in the local Hispanic grocery; I've never seen it locally anywhere else...but it is available on the web for about double what I pay for it locally...Melinda's ain't bad, either.
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Dave's Insanity... Like Brylcreme, 'A little dab 'll do ya'

Tho' for general use I like this Chinese stuff, forget the name... comes in a plastic squeeze bottle with a green twisty top/spout. fairly thick and you can use it like ketchup. Good flavor, nice heat and a great 'reminder' the morning after.

the squeezy stuff is srirachi sauce (I'm sure I spelled it wrong)...I love that stuff, I use it on hotdogs and french fries all the time!

My sauces of choice are hell sauce (comes from hell, cayman islands...great sauce, hot as hell too ), dave's insanity, and tabasco red. I use tobasco mostly as a cooking sauce or with mashed potatoes.

I also like "ass-kickin hot sauce", but I have to go out of my way to get it, and it's mighty expensive for what you get.
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Cholula on most mexican inspired food.

'Sir Fartalot's Hot Sauce' for a laugh .
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