Separate names with a comma.
Welcome to Oklahoma Shooters Association! Join today, registration is easy!
Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by RickN, Jan 22, 2021.
check out Melinda's hot sauce, its carrot based, not tomato, and they use habanero peppers..
What about Gold Bond Powder?
Not familiar with it. As long as it's not HOT!
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.
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.
Oh try some hot sauce. You will never forget it.
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...
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.
Franks hot sauce and butter. Makes cardboard taste good. But mostly wings. and eggs. . . and mostly wings and beer.
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.