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Unread 10-01-2011, 09:10 PM   #31
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All this talk about Crystal...I may have to look for it sometime.
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Unread 10-01-2011, 10:21 PM   #32
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I like the one with the rooster (sriracha?) and harissa.
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Unread 11-10-2012, 12:01 PM   #33
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A friend of mine recommended this hot sauce:

Please wait...

The Target by my house sells it. There aren't any restaurants near me, so this is all I've got. Very different from the southern style and mexican hot sauces that I am used to.
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Unread 11-10-2012, 12:08 PM   #34
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Herdez tomatillo salsa is amazing.

Albert's Famous Hot Sauce (a Kilgore, TX phenomenon - TAYLOR, CHECK IT OUT)

That Korean red pepper paste stuff

Louisiana Brand (perfect to add spice to any dish. I love it in stew pot roast, bbq, etc)

Not a sauce, but JERK SYTLE IS AWESOME.
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Unread 11-10-2012, 01:43 PM   #35
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Herdez tomatillo salsa is amazing.

Albert's Famous Hot Sauce (a Kilgore, TX phenomenon - TAYLOR, CHECK IT OUT)
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Unread 11-10-2012, 09:58 PM   #36
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I like to use sambal oelek, an Indonesian hot sauce. Lots of kick, but also lots of flavour.
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I like peanut butter, and I like jam, so what's to stop me from putting them together? People do it all the time.
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i found a new favorite hot sauce...Sunny Bang Private Label — SBPL Probiotic Hot Sauce 8oz

a friend of mine gave it to me for my bday and i tried it on eggs the first time, and i thought it was good, but the more i ate it, the more i started to like it. somehow, i think the "probiotic" in this is code for crack.

its not vinegary, and not so spicy that your tongue is swollen and on fire. it has a nice little mellow heat and really great red pepper flavor with a slight hint of fermentation...good stuff.
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i found a new favorite hot sauce...Sunny Bang Private Label — SBPL Probiotic Hot Sauce 8oz

a friend of mine gave it to me for my bday and i tried it on eggs the first time, and i thought it was good, but the more i ate it, the more i started to like it. somehow, i think the "probiotic" in this is code for crack.

its not vinegary, and not so spicy that your tongue is swollen and on fire. it has a nice little mellow heat and really great red pepper flavor with a slight hint of fermentation...good stuff.
Sounds tasty. I prefer non-vinegar hot sauces, so I bet I would like this.
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Glad this thread got bumped, because lately I am all about some hot sauce. I used the chili garlic stuff when I visited Peter and now I want some. Must hunt down...

My personal favorites are Cholula chipotle and regular. I don't think I've tried the lime yet.

Also, Stone Brewing makes a Double Bastard hot sauce that's pretty dern good. Good for things you'd drink with a beer, e.g. pizza. Mmmm.
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Glad this thread got bumped, because lately I am all about some hot sauce. I used the chili garlic stuff when I visited Peter and now I want some. Must hunt down...

My personal favorites are Cholula chipotle and regular. I don't think I've tried the lime yet.

Also, Stone Brewing makes a Double Bastard hot sauce that's pretty dern good. Good for things you'd drink with a beer, e.g. pizza. Mmmm.
I'm on a huge Cholula kick right now. It's even good on pizza.
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I think eggs and pizza are staples when testing hot sauces
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I'm considering making my own hot sauce. When I do, you may never hear from me again. I'm pretty sure it's going to consist mostly of Scorpion peppers for the heat and Habaneros for flavor... and probably little else other than maybe some oils and/or vinegar. I'm looking into it. Apparently it can be dangerous (read poisonous) if done wrong so... there's that.
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I may also make a hot and sweet sauce that is mostly habs and mangos.
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Sounds like my eyeballs would melt
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Melt from the flavorsplosion.
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