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Hot sauces and hot foods ( spicy)

Mr.LaBella Jan 29, 2008

  1. thatsagoodcut

    thatsagoodcut Little Member

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    If thats anything like the green tabasco its probably delicious.
     
  2. Stormdrane

    Stormdrane 1st rate knot worker Brigade Member

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  3. Nate

    Nate Tiny Member

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    Papa turts habenaro hot sauce!! It’ll make you cry but tastes so good you don’t care
     
  4. buddy

    buddy Slide to unlock JDBA Official Member

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    Best hot sauce that I can get off Amazon?
     
  5. El Gringo

    El Gringo dashing devil

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    Stubbs Wicked Wing sauce .... I cant live without it.
     
  6. BowtownBlade

    BowtownBlade Brigade Member Brigade Member

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    I am not sure if this youtube has been posted in this thread, I find it interesting, it does have hot sauces

     
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  7. gutshot

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    How hot do you like your sauces?

    My personal habanero based favorites are the red, green, and the brownish , kutbilik XXX hot all from the great El Yucateco brand https://www.elyucateco.com/copy-of-salsas. All very versatile and great for everyday use. I also use Franks red and the Tabasco brand red, green ,along with the rare and soon to be discontinued Scorpion Sauce. These are my go to sauces for most every meal I eat. I have the Dave's Insanity and the wonderful Blair's Death Sauce when I need to kick up the heat level . Keep in mind that most of the sauces with "extreme" levels of heat gain that heat by having synthesized capsicum added to them for that face melting, ass blasting ,murderous heat if that is what you're into.

    Good luck with your search and try them all!
     
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  8. buddy

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    Thanks for the response. Yucateco is great all while being cheap and easy to get in big bottles at any of the mexican markets. Love franks and tabasco.

    While have not tried to many of the blairs and daves, feel like taste is compromised.

    I just got in the mail last was ca johns reaper sauce and elijah's xtreme ghost pepper sauce. Not sure if I would get either again but the elijah is def nice tasting.

    My go to have been recently secret aardvark sauce, yellowbird (all the flavors are great and while being cheaper then your other run of the mill niche types) and marie sharps.
     
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  9. gutshot

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    I'll have to try that Aardvark Sauce down the road.... I actually grow my own chiles and was thinking about making sauce this year but ran out of time. I'd be aiming for heat with plenty of deep and complex flavors. Not easy to do by any strech.
     
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  13. Stormdrane

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    The peppers I used were sliced, in a jar, and still had the seeds and the white part of the pepper(where the heat is) that some folks trim out/off, but I just diced up the slices as they were, seeds and all and put that in the mix, so the heat and flavor were intact after cooking. :)
     
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  14. hickory

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    I'd crap fire for a week.
     
  15. Stormdrane

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    Found some 'new' spicy pickles and crackers at wallyworld this morning. Tried the crackers so far, they're just okay, not great, probably will add 'em to soup or chili.

    If I don't end up eating the pickles straight out of the jar, I may dice them up and and add them to tuna/chicken salad, tater salad, cole slaw or whatnot... :ross:
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    spicy pickles
    by David Hopper (Stormdrane), on Flickr
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    spicy crackers
    by David Hopper (Stormdrane), on Flickr
     
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  16. Bobert

    Bobert Look what I can do!

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    The Mango Habanero one sounds interesting.
     
  17. desmodus

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    I wonder if I can find those pickles locally.
     
  18. waterdogs

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    I`ve been trying to introduce my father-in-law to the Spicy Side....building up his tolerance a bit at a time. He`s coming along.... :-)
     
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  19. Stormdrane

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    'Sam's Choice' is a Walmart brand, so you can use the 'Store Availability' selection when doing a search on the wallyworld site to see if a nearby store has them in stock. ;)
     
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  20. Towelie

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    I went for oysters last week with my dad and bro. Btw, $1 oysters at Ironside on India St. M-F from 3-6p/happy hour. Anyways, I am not a habanero fan and they give you Tobasco, a house made habanero and house made 7-Pot hot sauces. I wanted something with more kick than Tobasco, so I reached past the habanero, and grab the 7-Pot since I had never heard of it and just assumed it to be milder than the habanero. I dab it all over 6 oysters along with horse radish and lemon. I eat em all pretty quick and like 30 seconds later, my mouth is on fire. The beer is not helping at all, but I'm maintaining. I find out from the bartender a few minutes later that 7-Pot is ghost pepper variant. I switched to Tobasco for the rest, but I did not venture far from my toilet that night. It burned, burned, burned...that ring of fire.
     

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