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Asking for some opinions on some hot sauces, feedback, etc. (Vanity)
N/A ^ | June 16, 2008 | Sonny M.

Posted on 06/16/2008 10:16:37 AM PDT by Sonny M

I'm getting some hot sauces shipped to me over the next couple of days, and wanted to get some opinions from folks who have either tried them or in some ways experienced them.

One set I'm getting is from Dave's Gourmet, i.e. the guy who created the "Insanity sauce" and the "ultimate insanity sauce". The batch I'm getting is the spicy 6 pack which is Roasted Pepper & Chipotle Sauce, Roasted Garlic Hot Sauce, Scotch Bonnet Sauce, Insanity Sauce, Cool Cayenne Sauce and Hurtin Jalapeno Sauce.

Has anyone here ever tried any of these sauces and does anyone have an opinion on their quality, taste, flavor and heat?

The other batch that I am getting is from Blairs.

From them I am getting the "super 6 pack" which is the Death sauce, the Muerte sauce, the After Death sauce, the Jalapeno Death sauce, the Sweet Death sauce And the Sudden Death sauce and also, I'm getting the soon to be discontinued Jersey death sauce.

I'm aware that buying products that imply impending doom or shortening of life, may not be the best consumer decision.

Has anyone tried the Blair hot sauces, and have any opinions on them, either on their flavor, or heat or anything?


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I'm open to any feedback, and hopefully a few fellow freepers have tried these sauces and have opinions on them. I also decided to play it safe and recently got the Tabasco pepper sauce gift pack.

Thats the original Red, Chipotle, Green, Habanero, Garlic and the new sweet and spicy sauce.

Its low heat and pretty safe, anyone have opinions on the Tabasco line of sauces?

1 posted on 06/16/2008 10:16:38 AM PDT by Sonny M
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To: Sonny M
Amateur stuff.They make it for gringo mouths.
2 posted on 06/16/2008 10:20:48 AM PDT by eastforker (Get-R-Done and then Bring-Em- Home)
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To: Sonny M

All of the Tabasco sauces are great. The chipotle sauce is an excellent addition to a pot of chili. The garlic sauce is my favorite for beans and peas.


3 posted on 06/16/2008 10:20:56 AM PDT by HAL9000 ("No one made you run for president, girl."- Bill Clinton)
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To: Sonny M

Dave’s insanity 2 is horseradish based. Great for slow roasting a big chunk of cow or deer.


4 posted on 06/16/2008 10:22:02 AM PDT by WakeUpAndVote (Huh?)
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To: Sonny M

No one hot sauce is good for everything. For Buffalo wing sauce, Frank’s is the only way to go. For clean heat, Original Tabasco is best in my opinion.

My favorite sauce is one my daughter eats on crackers, Cholula. http://www.cholula.com/


5 posted on 06/16/2008 10:22:10 AM PDT by Soliton
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To: Sonny M
Personally, I've never tasted anything better than the plain old Tabasco brand red pepper sauce. The one they use as Cracker Barrell restaurants does come fairly close. Tabasco brand's other products are good, some are great, but none better than their original red sauce.

The one you want to avoid is called "Frank's Red Hot". No kick whatsoever. I've tasted better catsups.

6 posted on 06/16/2008 10:22:21 AM PDT by Vigilanteman ((Are there any men left in Washington? Or are there only cowards? Ahmad Shah Massoud))
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To: Sonny M

The original Lingham’s is the best chili sauce I’ve ever tried. it is more of an “Oriental” flavor, but it is awesome:
http://www.pugsly.com/Lingham.html


7 posted on 06/16/2008 10:23:24 AM PDT by Andyman (The truth shall make you freep.)
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To: Sonny M
Are you buying these sauces to actually use, or more as a novelty?

The reason I ask is because I've tried Dave's Insanity and I would never put something that hot on food. All of those Insanity and Ten-Alarm type sauces have always struck me as more of a novelty than anything people really use to put on food.

My favorite hot sauce (actually more of a paste) in the world is Thai Sriracha.

I also use tons of Crystal hot sauce from Louisiana. Tabasco Garlic hot sauce is also very good.

8 posted on 06/16/2008 10:25:19 AM PDT by SeafoodGumbo
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To: Sonny M

9 posted on 06/16/2008 10:27:22 AM PDT by Joe 6-pack (Que me amat, amet et canem meum)
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To: Vigilanteman

“The one you want to avoid is called “Frank’s Red Hot”. No kick whatsoever. I’ve tasted better catsups.”

As somebody else said, I think Frank’s is perfect for buffalo wings. I would not, however, use it in chili or anything similar.


10 posted on 06/16/2008 10:27:23 AM PDT by gracesdad
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To: Vigilanteman

Frank’s is great - as a buffalo sauce. I use it to make buffalo chicken sandwiches and salad. It doesn’t have great heat but it has that vinegar kick to it.


11 posted on 06/16/2008 10:29:18 AM PDT by TightyRighty (I enjoy well-mannered frivolity.)
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To: Sonny M

I generally steer away from sauces that make a big deal of how hot they supposedly are. Hot is not a flavor.

I do like nam prik taa daeng [Thai “red eye” chili paste], but cannot recommend a brand, as the stuff Mrs. Flash gets comes in a plain brown wrapper.

Nam prik mang da is pretty good too, if you don’t mind eating ground up cockroaches.


12 posted on 06/16/2008 10:29:47 AM PDT by Flash Bazbeaux
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To: Sonny M

My favorites:

Arizona Gunslinger Red Jalapeno Sauce
Marie Sharp’s Habanero Pepper Sauce
Trinidad Habanero Pepper Sauce- Mild

Marie’s is the hottest of the three, but I like these for their flavor, rather than because they are hot.

One I have wanted to try and haven’t be able to locate is “Mrs Tull’s Homemade Hot Sauce” (Barbados).


13 posted on 06/16/2008 10:34:51 AM PDT by blackd77
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To: Sonny M

Insanity sauce is a Habanero reduction sauce. It was designed for manufactuers and 1/8 of a teaspon will put you on the floor.
The winner year after year is Frank’s Hot Sauce.


15 posted on 06/16/2008 10:35:25 AM PDT by IC Ken
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To: gracesdad
To each, his own, I guess. I've heard people say it is pefect for wings, but I still have to pour Tabasco on wings prepared with Frank's Red Hot to get any taste. It is entirely possible that my taste for spicy food has deadened certain taste buds.

For example, If I eat Chinese, I go for the Szechuan items on the menu and tell them I want "authentic" and not "Americanized" Szechuan. The Chinese all seem to know what I mean.

16 posted on 06/16/2008 10:35:41 AM PDT by Vigilanteman ((Are there any men left in Washington? Or are there only cowards? Ahmad Shah Massoud))
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To: Sonny M; HAL9000

I agree with HAL9000 in post 3. Tobasco is really the best and has quite a variety of flavors.

http://www.tabasco.com/main.cfm


17 posted on 06/16/2008 10:35:43 AM PDT by spotbust1 (Procrastinators of the world unite . . . . .tomorrow!!!)
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To: Sonny M
I LUV this stuff!

It's not a tabasco sauce per se, but it'll still warm you up. On salads, meats, stir fry, pasta, just about the most versatile stuff I've ever used.


18 posted on 06/16/2008 10:36:27 AM PDT by djf (Love him or hate him, he was a gentleman. We should all take heart...)
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To: SeafoodGumbo
Sriracha!

We called it The Rooster! Tacos, burgers, beans, salads, ANYTHING! It's a great flavor addition!

19 posted on 06/16/2008 10:38:31 AM PDT by WakeUpAndVote (Huh?)
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To: SeafoodGumbo

Sri Racha for thai-style omelet
Crystal for every day use — not so hot, so you can apply it liberally.
Tabasco for oysters and clam chowder
Tapatio or Salsa Huichol (not easy to find) for pork.

Homemade prik nam pla [thai “rat sh*t” chilles and fish sauce] for yellow curry. Homemade prik nam som [jalapenos and white vinegar] for rice soup.

I don’t know why the Wikipedia article said that Huy Fong trademarked Sri Racha in the US. Sri Racha is a town, and generally you cannot trademark geographic names. Shark Brand from Cholburi province, where the town of Sri Rachais located, is sold in the US as Sri Racha sauce. It’s orange rather than red, and less goopy than the Huy Fong stuff.


20 posted on 06/16/2008 10:39:57 AM PDT by Flash Bazbeaux
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To: djf

House of Tsang’s Szechuan Sauce is also excellent if you are looking for hot/spicy Chinese sauce.


21 posted on 06/16/2008 10:43:19 AM PDT by Jmouse007
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To: Sonny M
Total neophyte at this (and a wussy one as well) but I will BTT this to see the comments. I have experienced Dave's Insanity Sauce. I said "experienced" as opposed to "tasted" because it was some time later before the word "taste" again had meaning to me.

There was one I actually did enjoy in a masochistic sort of way - Dixie BBQ's The Man on one of their diet specials - a hotlink on top of a pulled-pork sandwich. The amount of beer required to cool that one was equal to the amount required to remove consciousness...

22 posted on 06/16/2008 10:44:58 AM PDT by Billthedrill
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To: Sonny M

I really like the cool cayanne. As advertised, all of the cayanne flavor without the heat.


23 posted on 06/16/2008 10:47:39 AM PDT by Mayhem
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To: Flash Bazbeaux
Homemade prik nam pla [thai “rat sh*t” chilles and fish sauce] for yellow curry. Homemade prik nam som [jalapenos and white vinegar] for rice soup.

My wife and I have talked about learning to cook Thai and Vietnamese food for a while. Maybe I'll get that Asian cookbook down...

24 posted on 06/16/2008 10:48:40 AM PDT by SeafoodGumbo
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To: SeafoodGumbo
“I've tried Dave's Insanity and I would never put something that hot on food.”

Dave's Insanity is best used a drop at a time in a big pot of something. It's more like an industrial strength than a consumer product. It does have surprisingly good taste and not just hotter than hell.

I'm one of those people who can walk down the aisle of hot sauces in a grocery and break out in a sweat just thinking about them, heck I'm sweating a little now. On the good side though is I never have any afterburner issues in the morning. I make my gumbos pretty bland and take different hot sauces with me to group picnics. That way people can add what suits ‘em. Really hard to get the sauce out once it's in there.

25 posted on 06/16/2008 10:48:56 AM PDT by dblshot
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To: Gabz

Hot sauce ping! (Do you still make your own?)

Hope all is well...


26 posted on 06/16/2008 10:50:03 AM PDT by EdReform (The right of the people to keep and bear Arms shall not be infringed *NRA*JPFO*SAF*GOA*SAS*CCRKBA)
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To: FrPR
Tabasco is for heat only. I like it in gumbo where it adds no real flavor. I looked up Valentina and have had it, but don't remember it too well. I'll have to try it again.

The current obsession with heat has resulted in a lot of sauces with rather silly names and absurdly high heat.

Too true, but worse are the k-mart, wal-mart type of gift packs. They have three or four sauces with funny names, but they are mostly food color and thickeners. If you just want heat, buy a few Habeneros at the grocery store. They may be $5.99 a pound, but you can get all you need for a buck because they are so light. I use a small jar and some regular olive oil. Dice up the peppers really fine keeping a few seeds on the side. Warm up the oil in the jar (without the lid of course), add the diced peppers. One drop of this will heat up anything. Plant the seeds in a pot and put in a sunny window. They make cool looking plants kind of like dark green bonsai trees, and it will make peppers forever. I had one in my office window for years, went away on vacation and my partner forgot to water it.

27 posted on 06/16/2008 10:50:42 AM PDT by Soliton
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To: WakeUpAndVote
We called it The Rooster! Tacos, burgers, beans, salads, ANYTHING! It's a great flavor addition!

Man, I'm such a sriracha addict that sometimes I'll walk in the kitchen and put a drop of that stuff on my finger just to get a tatste, then go about my business.

I'm like you - the list of things that I don't put hot sauce on is pretty short.

28 posted on 06/16/2008 10:50:56 AM PDT by SeafoodGumbo
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To: Jmouse007

Unopened bottle in my cupboard!

The absolute hottest stuff I ever had was in Chinatown down Bay area.

I and a friend were at a computer convention there and decided to go have Chinese... pretty much standard stuff, chicken and shrimp, that sort of thing.

But on the middle of the table, there was a small bowl with a lid on and a spoon inside. It was some kind of red pepper sauce.

You had to stir it, because there was oil floating on top. So I took really, a pretty small amount and put it in my Won Ton.

MAMA FREAKIN MIA!!!!

I’m still sweatin just thinkin about it!!

This is the kinda stuff if you got a good taste of it, somebody could come along with a chain saw and carve your leg off and you wouldn’t notice...

Man!!


29 posted on 06/16/2008 10:52:09 AM PDT by djf (Love him or hate him, he was a gentleman. We should all take heart...)
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To: SeafoodGumbo

I don’t know where in Louisiana you are from, but I was wondering do you recall a sauce called “Slap Your Mama” or “Slap Ya Mama” marked by, I think, Dr. Kerry Thibodeaux in Opelousas, LA? I was trying to find their web site, but couldn’t find it.

Thanks from an Opelousas to GA transplant.


30 posted on 06/16/2008 10:53:32 AM PDT by spotbust1 (Procrastinators of the world unite . . . . .tomorrow!!!)
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To: Sonny M
Almost forgot...for a habanero based hot sauce, you can't beat Melinda's.
31 posted on 06/16/2008 10:54:38 AM PDT by SeafoodGumbo
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To: SeafoodGumbo
My wife and I have talked about learning to cook Thai and Vietnamese food for a while.

Two of my favourites! Dang, I have a craving for some fried squid and nuoc mam...
32 posted on 06/16/2008 10:56:39 AM PDT by Army Air Corps (Four fried chickens and a coke)
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To: HAL9000
The Original Tabasco sauce is an amazing brand. Known world wide and can be found sitting along with the other condiments in most U.S. restaurants. Think about it, everybody on this thread knows what Tabasco is. The other brands you have to ask, what is it?

I do not think they even started actively advertising until 20 - 25 or so years ago and they are not very aggressive advertisers even now. Some how it just caught on and traveled the world.

33 posted on 06/16/2008 11:02:54 AM PDT by Red_Devil 232 (VietVet - USMC All Ready On The Right? All Ready On The Left? All Ready On The Firing Line!)
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To: spotbust1
I don’t know where in Louisiana you are from, but I was wondering do you recall a sauce called “Slap Your Mama” or “Slap Ya Mama” marked by, I think, Dr. Kerry Thibodeaux in Opelousas, LA? I was trying to find their web site, but couldn’t find it.

This site has a rub by that name.

I remember seeing that name, but I don't know if they make a hot sauce too. There's so many things around here with "Mama" in the name, it's hard to keep all of them straight.

Hope ya don't miss Opelousas too much. I'm in New Orleans.

34 posted on 06/16/2008 11:03:22 AM PDT by SeafoodGumbo
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To: Soliton
Cholula is everywhere around here...heavy hispanic population; you can tell it gets used, because most of the bottles are close to empty.

I've been too chicken to give it a try.

35 posted on 06/16/2008 11:03:24 AM PDT by ErnBatavia (...forward this to your 10 very best friends....)
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To: Sonny M
I agree with Hal about some of the Tabasco sauces. I know the insane, macho chili heads will disparage Tabasco, but it's Chipotle and Garlic sauces are good for flavoring some things that you actually eat and taste.

If you just want heat and you have a big pair, you can go for the habanero sauces. If you're going to drink any wine with your meal, you might want to forget about the habanero sauces if your wine cost more than three bucks a bottle. Some sweeter type wines Rieslings, etc. may "work" with some spicier foods and sauces.

You might also want to try some curry paste sauces. I think they have interesting flavors. They can have spicy, piquant flavors without burning a new one for you. But there are plenty of really hot curry sauces. If you get them at a local Indian market, while you're there also buy some basmati rice. I think it's the best, most flavorful and most interesting rice. Don't use it for sushi or risotto though.

There's a great spice and chili store in Ft. Worth, Texas called Penedry’s. They've got more kinds of chili powders and pepper sauces than I've ever seen. They're here:

http://www.penderys.com/

If your mouth is burning from too hot chilli's or pepper sauces, don't drink water or beer to put the fire out. Drink some milk or cream or have some ice cream. The fat in the milk or cream will mitigate or help neutralize the pepper burn.

Good luck.

36 posted on 06/16/2008 11:05:55 AM PDT by garyhope (It's World War IV, right here, right now, courtesy of Islam. TWP VRWC)
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To: ErnBatavia
I've been too chicken to give it a try.

It's not as hot as many others, it is delicious because it has cumin and chili powder and garlic and other stuff in it. Try a small drop on a cracker first.

37 posted on 06/16/2008 11:11:59 AM PDT by Soliton
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To: Red_Devil 232
The Original Tabasco sauce is an amazing brand. Known world wide and can be found sitting along with the other condiments in most U.S. restaurants. Think about it, everybody on this thread knows what Tabasco is. The other brands you have to ask, what is it?

I do not think they even started actively advertising until 20 - 25 or so years ago and they are not very aggressive advertisers even now. Some how it just caught on and traveled the world.

Sometimes I wonder if people from places other than Louisiana like Tabasco more than people from here because I don't really like Tabasco and neither do a lot of people I know who otherwise like hot sauce. I love everything Tabasco makes other than their main hot sauce. Their garlic hot sauce is one of the best hot sauces I've ever had in my life. Their pepper jellies are amazing, but I just never liked their hot sauce that much. I don't hate it and am very happy to have it rather than nothing, though.

As for how they spread so far and wide, I think I've heard (not sure if this is true) that they gave little bottles to soldiers in WWII. Also, their bottle and label are sheer perfection. Everything about their packaging is brilliant -- the shape of the bottle, the diamond shaped label, the red top, the green neck label...it really is perfect packaging.

38 posted on 06/16/2008 11:13:15 AM PDT by SeafoodGumbo
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To: SeafoodGumbo

I miss Opelousas terribly. We just came back from a trip to LA. We went to Marksville to visit friends then to Opelousas to visit family and friends. There is never enough time to visit all we want to.

How is NO right now. I went through there not long ago and it seemed abandoned in comparison to before the storm.


39 posted on 06/16/2008 11:21:22 AM PDT by spotbust1 (Procrastinators of the world unite . . . . .tomorrow!!!)
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To: SeafoodGumbo
Here is a link to a wikipedia entry on Tabasco and its relationship to the military. Click on contents item #3. They have a good history and connection to our Military. Could be the way and reason its brand spread all over the world. Give out for free to a U.S. soldier ... and word will spread fast!

Tabasco and the Military

40 posted on 06/16/2008 11:28:14 AM PDT by Red_Devil 232 (VietVet - USMC All Ready On The Right? All Ready On The Left? All Ready On The Firing Line!)
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To: Sonny M

I like hot sauces, I don’t shy away from heat, and like most on this thread I can drink Tabasco straight. (About all it’s good for anyway.)

However, Try as I may, I cannot use Dave’s or any other multi-million scoville hot sauces. You’re better off just spraying Mace on your tongue.

Frank’s has a good flavor, but not much heat. Add some Tobasco for the heat.

My daily favorite is a brand of Louisiana Hot Sauce sold by Aldi’s. Not too much heat, good flavor, and enough vinegar kick to add that little something extra.


41 posted on 06/16/2008 11:29:20 AM PDT by Yo-Yo (USAF, TAC, 12th AF, 366 TFW, 366 MG, 366 CRS, Mtn Home AFB, 1978-81)
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To: Jmouse007
House of Tsang’s Szechuan Sauce is also excellent if you are looking for hot/spicy Chinese sauce.

I love that stuff. I put it on practically anything we stir-fry in the house - my wife thinks I'm nuts... :0)

42 posted on 06/16/2008 11:35:39 AM PDT by COBOL2Java ("It's not my fault if McCain loses - it's his own damn fault!" - Mark Levin)
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To: spotbust1
Huge areas of the city are still struggling to come back, but it'll take a while.

One day at a time...

43 posted on 06/16/2008 11:36:16 AM PDT by SeafoodGumbo
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To: Sonny M
I like Mrs Renfro’s Jalapeno Salsa
44 posted on 06/16/2008 11:36:41 AM PDT by Misschuck
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To: Sonny M
anyone have opinions on the Tabasco line of sauces?

not necessarily an opinion, but a word of advice: Preparation H is in a tube, Tabasco is in a bottle...

45 posted on 06/16/2008 11:39:25 AM PDT by Andonius_99 (There are two sides to every issue. One is right, the other is wrong; but the middle is always evil.)
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To: Sonny M
http://www.atomicsauces.com/

From my hometown.

46 posted on 06/16/2008 11:39:25 AM PDT by nonliberal (Graduate: Curtis E. LeMay School of International Relations)
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To: ErnBatavia

You should try it. It is far and away the best general purpose hotsauce available. Its about as hot as Tobasco, but has more flavor to it.


47 posted on 06/16/2008 11:51:45 AM PDT by Jagermonster (Not a N00B, just wanted a new screenname.)
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To: Red_Devil 232
Thanks for that link. Your other comment about Tabasco not advertising much reminded me of this Tabasco commercial, the only one I ever remember.
48 posted on 06/16/2008 11:54:51 AM PDT by SeafoodGumbo
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To: SeafoodGumbo
That Was A Great Commercial! LOL

I worked in New Iberia for twenty years ... lived in Lafayette.

49 posted on 06/16/2008 12:06:13 PM PDT by Red_Devil 232 (VietVet - USMC All Ready On The Right? All Ready On The Left? All Ready On The Firing Line!)
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To: Sonny M
My favorite.
Not too hot, but LOTS of flavor!

50 posted on 06/16/2008 12:06:29 PM PDT by woollyone (100 rounds per week totals over 5000 rounds in a year. Just thought you'd want to know.)
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