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    Hot sauce

    Do you like hot sauce? If so, what kind?
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    I have used tabasco, franks, and franks extra hot for years. Thought it was time to up the anie. So I picked up some louisanna hebanero hot sauce , daves insanity, and mongolian fire oil. The inital finger taste of the fire oil leads me to think that its not that hot. but you can use it for popcorn. The daves is nice. Not much of a flavor and the heat takes about 20 seconds to kick in. its good when it does...
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    Thats funny! I ussually use the cheap stuff like Crystals. At my sisters place they have this deal if you can take a finger tip of this hot sauce called Black Widow without makeing a face, they'll buy you a drink. The Black Widow sauce has a plastic spider on the cap and the hotest stuff I have ever tasted. Not many make it through without makeing a face.

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    Dave's Insanity Private Reserve, but I'm out of that now, so just regular ol' Dave's Insanity. I'm still trying to find a box of 2005 or 2006 vintage.

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    Tried many but the one for me is: Sriracha

    I still like the classic taste of Frank's Red Hot and the garlic in a bottle sauce known as Bayou Butt Burner.
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    I love the original Franks

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    I do, Franks is my old standby. I'm sure some of our southern members will chime in here with the really good stuff. I got to stick with what the grocery stores carry here though.
    Every summer I think I'll grow some peppers and try to make my own, but I havent yet to date.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chooie View Post
    Dave's Insanity Private Reserve, but I'm out of that now, so just regular ol' Dave's Insanity. I'm still trying to find a box of 2005 or 2006 vintage.
    Ditto on the Dave's Insanity. Just a teaspoon in a big pot of chilli will make it nicely hot. Also excellent in enchilada sauce, stews, etc...

    I'm a big fan of chipotle-style salsas, too.

    A local hole-in-the-wall Mexican restaraunt called Casa D's (in Bellevue, WA) has an EXCELLENT in-house sauce, I wish I could buy some of it but they won't sell it.

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    If chipotle it's Mountainman Corn, Garlic and Chipotle
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    I like the Frank's Red Hot, just because it's the only one to make hot wings with. Stick of butter, bottle of Frank's, add grilled wings.

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    I keep a variety of them around. Depends upon what I'm cooking and/or eating. One of the best I have is a Jalapeno sauce from the Florida Avenue Grill in Washington DC. Great stuff. I like Texas Pete on pulled pork and greens. I tend to not like some of the flavored hot sauces like garlic, etc. But the chipotle is an exception.
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    Oh yea, I love the hot stuff. I have a Thai spot that I hit and they make the Pad Thai up special for me. Hot stuff!!

    When I'm home eat the Dave's Insanity Private Reserve. Sometimes I'll mix it with a little sour cream and have it on chips. Usually it's just straight out of the bottle. Great in chili too.

    The stuff is great, but there is always a price to pay.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BIG E View Post
    Oh

    The stuff is great, but there is always a price to pay.
    So true.

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    For me, it's either tabasco or rooster sauce. I second semperfi.45. My mom always gave me that stuff and I still love it.

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    I've tried most of them. Years ago in my macho stage, I used Dave's Insanity (even had some special reserve). Now I'm a little older and decided I don't need to hurt myself any more, I've gone milder. Tabasco is OK, but the Iguana sauce is one of my favorites. Salsa is a good side dish to almost any food.
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