Re: Hot Sauce Discussion Thread

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> It's watery, vinegary. Decent flavor, comes in different flavors and

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Can't wait to try it.

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If you look at the label they try to make is sound fancier than it really is by putting a “u” in flavor.

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Thats just how everyone except barbarians write it. The only flavor i accept is:

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We are barbarians here.

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1/2 Franks 1/2 Melted Butter is definitely delicious

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My first experience with wings was working in Rochester N.Y. Buddy brought in an aluminum tray full of tiny legs an wings in sauce.. took me an hour to try.. Fuckin' Awsome! Like someone stated, Franks Red Hot & butter sauce ! 30yr. Ago!

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No no,

We are direct descendants of the original barbarians of Europe.Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 10/21/18 06:59AM by themotorhead.

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> What are ya'll getting your kicks on nowadays? I'm pretty bored of

> Sriracha and my shelf is looking empty. Ready to try out some new stuff.

> Anything highly recommended or local favorites?

Saving lives is a kick.

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Just bought my 3rd bottle, franks hot sauce is great!

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Most ppl in our club are cholula chumps but I’m a tapatio tallboy

Also particular to tiger sauce, and for you Italians out there, Thomas sauce, Thomas sauce isn’t remotely hot but an excellent sauce for chicken and pork

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i just discovered the cholula green pepper, holy shit burn it down!

I'm a big fan of yucateco habenero, and was pretty stoked on there jalepeno, but the cholula green is next level with this crazy earthy poblano thing going on...

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Jerome’s hot sauce from St. John USVI is on fuggin point. I stock up every time we roll down.. pepper sauce without all the vinegar taste. Nom nom nommmm

Edit: I mean look at it! Jerome is so proud of his sauce he put his damn face on it!!!Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 12/28/18 11:24PM by jayson_sumpter.

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Jerry omes. Yeah

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I got this truff sauce for Christmas. It’s like hot sauce with truffle oil on in and it’s so good. I hear it’s kind of expensive so I feel bad whenever lathering shit with it

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I don't usually take photos of all my food but this new years day breakfast taco feast was next level

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It was some chuck steak that was seared, then a sauce of ancho, paisilla, and guajilo chilis, habenero, onion, garlic, slice the steak and put it back in the blended sauce to simmer... that was dinner a few nights ago... some pickled onions, a little salt and sugar and vinegar left to sit a couple hours, sliced thin strips.

then for breakfast tacos, all the leftovers go in the pan to warm up, mix in some scrambled egg goo, cilantro and the onions on top with cheese, top it off with that cholula green pepper.... damn!

if you cant live in Texas, bring it back home with ya!

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Had this a few years ago and found out that my local co-op carries it. Stupid good! but pricey at $7/bottle

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