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  1. N8 v2.0

    N8 v2.0 Not the sharpest tool in the shed

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  2. Konabumm

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    Yummy......
    It should say:

    Tabasco, it makes everything better
     
  3. N8 v2.0

    N8 v2.0 Not the sharpest tool in the shed

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    Tabasco is good but for regular seasoning you can't beat Tony's!
     
  4. luken8r

    luken8r Monkey

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    with all this dripping and dipping of said hot sauce, i think some buffalo wings are in order tonight
    thank you, impressionable teen, for bringing up the subject.
     
  5. jimmydean

    jimmydean The Official Meat of Ridemonkey

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    Papa Murphy's new Sicilian pizza with Tabasco for dinner tonight! Soooo gooooood :drool:
     
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    narlus Eastcoast Softcore
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    Frank's hot sauce got the best rating in some article i read recently (maybe in cooks illustrated?). they made the comment that tabasco was good as an ingredient (to add heat), but not a condiment (too fiery and watery).
     
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    Tenchiro Attention K Mart Shoppers

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    Tobasco is for gringo's! :monkey: Tapatio is about the most mild hot sauce that I would use.
     
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    tapatio is good on everything. especially doritos.

    BUT, when i have it around, i use this stuff more than anything else. I freakin love it.
     
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    sricacha (sp?) is great.

    :thumb:
     
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    All the soccer players are doin' tabasco at my school.
     
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    chicodude The Spooninator

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    I found a bottle of this in my fridge, and I like it lots...
     
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    Tabasco is for pvssys.

    Mountain Man is where it's at.
     
  13. splat

    splat Nam I am

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    This is what i put on my eggs in the Morning !!! the 2-2-2-2 ( 2 Toast , 2 susage , 2 Eggs over easy , 2 Cheeze on top all for $2.22 )

    Yumm Yummm

     
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    Franks rules. Goes on almost everything in large quantities (cereals and salad type foods are generally exempt). :drool: :oink:
     
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    There's a Mexican place in Portland up by the park that has Witches cottage in it that has like 120 types of hot sauce. The food was average, but I left with a hella burnt tongue from trying all these different types.
     
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    I don't like the original tabasco that much, but will use it if it's the only option. It's too vinegary for my tastes and overwhelms the flavor of the food you put it on. However, the Habanero, Chipotle, and Garlic varieties all are pretty good, with less vinegar taste.
     
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    pnj Turbo Monkey till the fat lady sings

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    tapatio blows.

    sriachia (sp) I always have on hand. we call it Cock Sauce, because of the rooster...:D

    this sauce is one of my favorites. I have the habanero, the green and the xxx hot stuff. it's all pretty damm hot and it's SUPER cheap. :thumb:


    I have easily 10 bottles of hot sauce in my fridge and two on my desk at work. it's almost as important as beer to me..;)

    I like a variety though.. but I don't like stuff like Daves Insanity for everyday eating. it's way too hot. I like my food dripping w/ hot sauce...
     
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    splat Nam I am

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    We have the whole collection of them! they are so Tasty ! My personal favorite is the El Yucateco Chipolte Sauce very very tasty , But Red and green are pretty awesome too !

    We also have quite a few other to choose from , a Bunch of Dave Sauces, most ofthem are pretty good with good flavor , the insanity , just doesn't add flavor , and that is after all the most important thing .
     
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    LOL :evil:
     
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    Blaire's After Death is where it is at. I swear I saw Elvis last time I had 2 drops on my 3 egg omlete. Says "keep away from children".
     
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    And the other bonus is, Chillis are really pretty damn good for you!
     
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    I have a bottle of Daves Insanity Sauce in the fridge that I break out occasionally. Mostly just for cooking though.
     
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    jdcamb Tool Time!

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    I love Franks. Put it on everything. Pizza, Chips, Fish, Wings....
     
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    Yes, Blair's Death Sauce ranks right up there.

     
  25. PatBranch

    PatBranch Turbo Monkey

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    Yeah that stuff is really good on asain food. I like how it has a sweet side.

    Tobasco is perfect for clam chowder and bloody maries :love: .

    Has anyone tried chollula (sp?) It is really good on tuna or chicken casseroles (the kind with the bread crumbs). And on eggs.

    I also like tapatio. My friends dared me to drink 2 spoonfuls :blah: . It wasn't too hot, mostly strong/rich.

    Franks is good too. Its salty which is good (....well for flavor). Its good on eggs and stuff too.



    On an 8th grade backpacking trip, the science teacher (cool hippy kind of guy) brought roasted habanero powder. He said its the hottest stuff there is. I put some in my food (just my luck) a breeze blew it into my eye. That f**kin burned for hours. :nuts:
     
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    PatBranch Turbo Monkey

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    This reminds me of cambells tomato soup I made one time. I put way too much of too many herbs and spices: basil, rosemary, thyme, garlic salt, pepper, oregono,etc. (everything else). : :dead: :

    It was strong. I went to bed later. I had such a wierd dream. I saw millions of snowboads aranged next to each other in rows; it was overwelming and I was freaking out:eek: . Later, that night I woke up (and I might have been still dreaming/hilucinating).
     
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    chollula and tapatio are basicly the same thing... I personally don't like the flavor of them. franks is your generic vinegar based sauce. even though I have two giant bottles in the house, cause it's cheap and I like that vinegar zing on occasion.

    all the blairs sauces have a strange taste to me. holy hell hot, but they taste funny...

    I'm the guy that takes my own bottle of whatever when we go out.. hell, i even took a bottle of sauce to mexico, just to be sure... :drool:
     
  28. Alpha Kenny Body

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    damn!! bottled up salsas suck! lots of vinager and shet, if you want to make a cool salsa then follow this steps:
    Get one tomato and just put it on a grill 'til the surface gets black(1 tomato)
    chop some onions (1/4)
    a little bit of olive oil
    some lemon
    some salt
    CHILE SERRANO
    Put it on the blender, or a MOLCAJETE if you got one, and thats it, you can use it with quesadillas, meat, if you want to spice your soup...
     
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    Man the "taco trucks" serve that with the breakfast tacos. Fresh wins hands down!
     
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    pnj Turbo Monkey till the fat lady sings

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    tamotoes suck, hands down.
     
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    this is my favorite for eggs and such:



    if you ever go to santa fe, definitely try to eat @ the restaurant. if you don't feel like spending a lot of $ for dinner, grab lunch at the upstairs patio.
     
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    dam boy! :nope:
    then try this one,
    lots of serrano chilis
    5 green tomatos (they don't taste like tomatos)
    1/2 advocado
    some olive oil
    salt
    a little bit of onions

    mix the tomatos with the onions, the chiles and the oil. blend it.
    add pieces of choped advocado.
    there you go
     
  33. pnj

    pnj Turbo Monkey till the fat lady sings

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    I don't do advocado either...:)

    green tomatoes have the same texture.. yuck.
     
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    Here's my pick...

    :thumb:
     
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    All this talk about hot sauce makes me want to eat spicy food, but unforuntaly I cannot eat any spicy food cuz I got 4 wisdom teeth takin out . I really want to try Dave's and many other gourmet hotsauces, they look soo yummy.
    However, I am growing my own habeneros' and serranos', so if anyone has any really good homemade hot sauce recipes other than the ones stated plz hook it up. :)


    *edit* some of my favorite hot sauces are (even though they are weak in heat are) : Texas Pete, Tobasco Habenero, Tobasco Chipoltle,Louisiana, and Franks is ok.
     
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    I like cavenders better than Tony's for general seasoning... for spicky southern shiz though... TOny's is it hand down.