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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by RickN, Jan 22, 2021.

  1. Gunbuffer

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    check out Melinda's hot sauce, its carrot based, not tomato, and they use habanero peppers..
     
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    What about Gold Bond Powder?
     
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    Not familiar with it. As long as it's not HOT!
     
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    I'm partial to the cayenne ranch at Slim Chickens, but boy howdy, mix some Louisiana hot sauce into the gravy from Chicken Express and you some good eats.
     
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    Yum yum for Melinda's Hot Sauce, if I can't get Louisianan, or I'm feeling; all organic, I'll go with this. Unless it's beef. beans or veggies, then Tabaco rules.
     
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    Oh try some hot sauce. You will never forget it.
     
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    I've basically whittled my hot stuff down to 3 items...

    - Sliced, pickled jalapenos (we buy 'em by the gallon).
    - Tabasco sauce. Plenty of heat for my system, and I like the flavor.
    - Chipotle sauce (Tabasco brand). It's not near hot as tabasco, but has a great smoky flavor that I really like. It's great on pizza.

    We also have some African Birdseye ground pepper (it's basically heat with very little flavor). I bought it because I don't care for the "whang" of cayenne pepper when it takes so much to make foods spicy. Haven't used the Birdseye in a while - ha! hadn't even thought about it in a while, until this post... :D

    I like some heat, but I don't want anything painfully hot. Not interested in habaneros at all (threw out the last jar we had), or anything else in that heat range.

    I got nothing to prove.
    :drunk2:
     
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    Franks hot sauce and butter. Makes cardboard taste good. But mostly wings. and eggs. . . and mostly wings and beer.
     
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    Dumbass!
     
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    Yea it was one of those things were you are cooking and messing around with the dogs, and by force of habit you make them like you always do.
     

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