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    Recently discovered Tobasco's version of Sriracha.
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    Here at our house we like :

    Crystal , Louisiana Pure , Hot Sauce
    Louisiana Brand Hot Sauce
    Tiger Sauce original Hot Sauce
    Sweet Baby Ray's Original Hot Sauce
    Tabasco Green Pepper Hot Sauce
    Tabasco Original Hot Sauce ( Red Pepper)

    And use them in the order listed , Crystal , Louisiana Brand and Tabasco Green Pepper are our favorites . I like Tiger Sauce and Sweet Baby Ray's Hot Sauces ... especially on Red Beans ... but my wife doesn't care for them that much .
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    Used to get Bufalo brand sauce for oh so cheap and it was oh so good.
    Nowadays I buy powdered chilis like this stuff to supplement what we grow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gwpercle View Post
    Here at our house we like :

    Crystal , Louisiana Pure , Hot Sauce
    Louisiana Brand Hot Sauce
    Tiger Sauce original Hot Sauce
    Sweet Baby Ray's Original Hot Sauce
    Tabasco Green Pepper Hot Sauce
    Tabasco Original Hot Sauce ( Red Pepper)

    And use them in the order listed , Crystal , Louisiana Brand and Tabasco Green Pepper are our favorites . I like Tiger Sauce and Sweet Baby Ray's Hot Sauces ... especially on Red Beans ... but my wife doesn't care for them that much .
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    That green Tabasco sauce is great for pinto's n cornbread. Lot's of jalapeno flavor with not much heat for folks sensitive to it. Don't get me wrong I love my hot stuff too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Finster101 View Post
    That green Tabasco sauce is great for pinto's n cornbread. Lot's of jalapeno flavor with not much heat for folks sensitive to it. Don't get me wrong I love my hot stuff too.
    I like the Jalapeno flavor and reduced heat also ... you have to be careful with Red Pepper Tabasco when putting it on food ... it can get too hot !
    But the Green Pepper Jalapeno Tabasco is a real winner with us .
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    Chipotle tobacco for sprinkling on stuff. Tough to beat smoked jalapeños.
    My home made mango habanero for wings.

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    Bullard's is great & easy on the pocket book! I use a 1/2 bottle to coat my brisket as a binder before applying the rub. Great on soups & seafoods & of course mexican dishes. Standard condiment around here.
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    Tabasco buffalo style is my current.

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    I am glad I looked into this thread Tabasco and some other hot sauces with to much vinegar have been causing me issues for the last few years . El Yucateco is one that does not bother me I really liked the black label smoked flavor but have not seen it in a while .
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    Ever hear of The Pepper Palace? Fantastic stuff, lots of variety! I have spent a lot of money there.
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    Crystal and texas Pete's.
    I did make a homemade jalapeño hotsause that turned out real nice as well. When you cook it on the stove it will cure every clogged sinus in the house.

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    While I have made a number of batches of fermented hot sauces from scratch, lately I have been making more of a "semi homemade" type. I take a habanero, seed it, add it to a cup of Crystal hot sauce then puree everything with a hand blender. This kicks up the heat a lot and while we use regular Crystal sauce too the souped up version seems to go away faster.

    My inspiration came when I got a smaller bottle of Crystal extra hot that we also liked. But when it was empty and I already had a quart of the regular and a habanero in the fridge and we have been doing this since.

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    Been using Cholula lately. Not really hot, but I like the flavor. Also, I feel it needs to be said...

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    Quote Originally Posted by slownsteady22 View Post
    Crystal and texas Pete's.
    I did make a homemade jalapeño hotsause that turned out real nice as well. When you cook it on the stove it will cure every clogged sinus in the house.

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    Not a sauce but every year I dehydrate my jalapenos and grind them in a coffee grinder to make tasty pepper.
    I dont know anyone that likes Tabasco including me, but we all like Cholula.

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    Crystal on the table

    Tabasco for cooking and bloody marys.

    Getting used to Valentina Black. Too cheap to pass up. A liter sells for what a large bottle of tabasco sells for.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Froogal View Post
    Tabasco! It does everything I need.
    I been drinking Tabasco since about 1965...even overseas 66-69 I had my mom keep me supplied...sharing with my mates at mess the bottle usually got back empty. Now with that said, I'm always buying something new..but, always come back to my little friend.
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    Maya Ik. Not easy to find. I first discovered it in a grocery in South Houston that catered to Hondurans (they said). Smoky, not all that hot. Found it again in Ann Arbor, but I don't live there anymore, so I have to get it onlne.

    Other favorite is a chinese hot oil, but the really good brand is Kadoya, (Japanese). Use sparingly.
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    Tabasco. Made the "C"s and MREs edible. And old habits are hard to brake.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jaysouth View Post

    Getting used to Valentia Black. Too cheap to pass up.
    Supposedly available at Walmart.
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