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Old 12-14-2017, 10:36 PM   #41
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Any Hot Ones fans in here? Ordered these two for my brother for a Christmas gift. Can't wait to crack them open.
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Old 01-03-2018, 06:10 AM   #42
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I love hot ones, I have been wanting to try the Fiery Chipotle. It’s a bit pricey for that small bottle though
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Old 01-03-2018, 04:05 PM   #43
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Been hooked on this one lately:



When I make beef jerky in the smoker I marinate the beef in butchers salt, secret spices and this sauce:



I then smoke in a nice apple wood.

My go to lately has been a habanero and lime sauce from a flea market in Calgary. So good but I can never remember the brand name lol.

I also made a home made jar of sriracha and pickled hot peppers using some chilis from a co workers garden. Was pretty dang good and very spicy!




Here's some walleye I caught over the summer that I marinated in the habanero lime sauce then fried with pankos!

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Been using this lately. Pretty tasty.

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Old 02-07-2018, 03:17 PM   #46
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This is the sauce I mentioned above. So good.
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Old 02-08-2018, 04:20 AM   #47
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Been using this lately. Pretty tasty.

I have a bottle of the Melinda's XXXXtra Reserve, pretty hot.

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Old 02-10-2018, 07:36 PM   #48
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I have a bottle of the Melinda's XXXXtra Reserve, pretty hot.

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Nice. I'm always on the lookout for a good hot sauce. I try and keep around 5 different ones in my fridge at any given time. You never know what you'll be in the mood for.😉
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Nice. I'm always on the lookout for a good hot sauce. I try and keep around 5 different ones in my fridge at any given time. You never know what you'll be in the mood for.😉
Been on a big habanero based sauce kick lately. Currently have El Yucateco and Secret Aardvark in the rotation along with the standard Louisiana stuff.
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Old 02-10-2018, 08:21 PM   #50
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Just what I'm looking for in a hot sauce.
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Old 02-10-2018, 10:03 PM   #51
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Been on a big habanero based sauce kick lately. Currently have El Yucateco and Secret Aardvark in the rotation along with the standard Louisiana stuff.
I usually get the El Yucateco when we go out for Mexican. One of the restaurants makes a homemade habanero sauce that is really good. Don't think I've tried the Aardvark.

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Just what I'm looking for in a hot sauce.
Lol. Don't need any hot sauce to do that.
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Old 02-11-2018, 09:22 PM   #52
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Anyone ever try this black label reserve?


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Never tried it. But my interest is piqued. How is it?
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I love Taco Bell hot sauce also love the fire sauce

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these are tasty!
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My buddy brought me this hot sauce from the Caribbean. It's pretty tasty. Has a good kick but also has some good flavor. Makes you want to come back for another bite even if you're sweating.

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Old 02-20-2018, 04:58 PM   #57
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Not really a hot sauce but I picked up a few spicy goodies to make nachos tonight. Going to have all this covered in Jalapeno Monterey jack cheese and topped with pickled jalapenos.











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It really depends on what I'm using it for.

My "go to" for fried rice dishes, and maybe even burritos is Sriracha.

If I want a little more kick, I like to use Dave's Gourmet Scorpion Pepper hot sauce.

When making my own BBQ sauces, or mustard sauces, I like to mix it up a bit.
I add Frank's hot sauce for the sweetness, mixed with Dave's Gourmet Ultimate Insanity Sauce for the sizzle/kick, as well as Sriracha to get the in-between balance. I simmer my sauces down for a while, so it cooks away a lot of that spice, but retains the flavor(s).
For a change of pace, and if I want a hint of garlic added with the mix and an alternate flavor profile, I might use Professor Payne Indeass's Anal Angst. That stuff's pretty good.
Other times - again, depending on how I want the flavor mixes to go - I will add Chipotle Tabasco Sauce. I like that it isn't as vinegar-y as the original Tabasco. However, when simmering down a sauce, the vinegar flavor abates quite substantially. I like that Chipotle flavor that goes with my smoked hungarian paprika, and ancho chili spices.

On a rack of ribs, I might apply Sriracha as an adhesive for the rub (that, or vegetable oil). But I find vegetable oil works better keeping the rub on as I barbecue, building that nice bark over the meat. Sriracha (or ketchup, or mustard) is just more watery I think, which causes the rub to fall off when the meat starts to sweat.

I also like the green Midori Sriracha, and OMG that's even better than the well-known red stuff.

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Never tried it. But my interest is piqued. How is it?
On first taste, I didn't care for it. Too smokey, but almost an artificial smokey taste. I think its meant more for pre basting meats then cooking. I'm still a big fan of the Caribbean El Yucateco.
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Usually use sriracha.
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