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boogenman

Turbo Monkey
Nov 3, 2004
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BUFFALO
I have been eating franks redhot my entire life and recently my desire for spice has been going through the roof. Got some Frank's Redhot Xtra hot the other day. It is awesome!


That is all. I know, lame post
 

Serial Midget

Al Bundy
Jun 25, 2002
12,720
1,441
Fort of Rio Grande
I use Franks on chicken & eggs. For Buffalo style hot wings 1/4 melted butter, 3/4 Franks hots sauce and lots of mashed garlic. Dredge wings in plain flour and deep fry - toss everything together until wings are well coated. Wash down with beer(s).
 

jimmydean

The Official Meat of Ridemonkey
Sep 10, 2001
30,449
3,376
Portland, OR
I used Franks wing sauce (butter flavor is already added) and tossed some boneless thighs in a ziplock for 2 days in the fridge. Toss those on the grill last night and it was awesome.

I used my home grown habs and made a Tabasco style sauce that was perfect on just about everything. I need to make some more, dammit.
 

Arkayne

I come bearing GIFs
May 10, 2005
3,745
13
SoCal
fuk damnit, now I'm going to get some for lunch. Here's the menu from my nearest Wings n Things:

 

X3pilot

Texans fan - LOL
Aug 13, 2007
5,861
1
SoMD
Like their sauce and love their radio commercials. "Frank's. I put that sh!t on everything"
 

jdcamb

Tool Time!
Feb 17, 2002
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I have been eating franks redhot my entire life and recently my desire for spice has been going through the roof. Got some Frank's Redhot Xtra hot the other day. It is awesome!


That is all. I know, lame post
Bought a bottle the other day. Have not cracked it yet though...
 

syadasti

i heart mac
Apr 15, 2002
12,701
290
VT
Blair's has the best hot sauces - flavor and heat. They also make the hottest capsicum extract in the world, 16 million scoville units, way hotter than even law enforcement pepper spray (5 million). Their regular dry spice is amazingly potent but its pretty boring flavor wise like most other hot sauces. Now they also make the 16 million in dry spice form too:

http://www.hotsauceblog.com/hotsaucearchives/blairs-16-million-product-review/

hotsauceblog said:
After racking my brain on how I could try this stuff without seriously injuring myself, I decided to mix one crystal into tomato soup. I took a can of standard condensed tomato soup, mixed with one can of water and brought it to a boil. The capsicum crystal will not mix like any of the other Blair’s A.M. line, which makes perfect sense, since it’s a dry crystal and not an oil based extract. So the only way to liquefy this stuff is to heat it up. So using tweezers and gloves, I picked up the tiny crystal.

It’s important to note that the heat will not distribute throughout the soup right away, you need to continue to heat it up, preferably while stirring with a disposable spoon. After about 5 minutes of boiling, my soup was ready to go. First bite was not that hot, so I had the wife take a bite. She threatened divorce once she could speak again, so I tried it again. Then it was hot! So I took a few more bites and had to toss the rest of the pot away - it was too frickin’ hot! And it’s very rare for me to say something is too hot. But this is the hottest hot sauce product known to man.



 
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AlmostHeaven

Turbo Monkey
Jun 8, 2005
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VIRGINIA
Blair's has the best hot sauces - flavor and heat. They also make the hottest capsicum extract in the world, 16 million scoville units, way hotter than even law enforcement pepper spray (5 million). Their regular dry spice is amazingly potent but its pretty boring flavor wise like most other hot sauces. Now they also make the 16 million in dry spice form too:
completely retarded and useless. don't know why you would want something THAT hot, and believe me, I love food more the spicier it is.

I am quite content with my regular Tabasco, which is amazing on any type of food known to man.

Another interesting fact about Blair's is that their 3AM Reserve requires the buyer to sign a waiver before purchasing. (Probably a 'shock-n-awe' tactic - but regardless, you know that sh!t is HOT!)
 

syadasti

i heart mac
Apr 15, 2002
12,701
290
VT
completely retarded and useless. don't know why you would want something THAT hot, and believe me, I love food more the spicier it is.

I am quite content with my regular Tabasco, which is amazing on any type of food known to man.

Another interesting fact about Blair's is that their 3AM Reserve requires the buyer to sign a waiver before purchasing. (Probably a 'shock-n-awe' tactic - but regardless, you know that sh!t is HOT!)
I've never had any desire to try their extracts and don't like the regular dry spice either. The regular dry spice has little flavor like most Tabasco style hot sauces. Their hot sauces have the most flavor of any sauce I've had. Their death rain potato chips are great too.

The waiver does make sense once the product gets hot enough, it would be similar to consumer defense pepper sprays and the very hot extracts are higher than official LEO pepper spray - you would want gloves and wouldn't want to accidentally get in your eyes or other sensitive areas.

Blair's has been around for over 20 years and their reserve products nearly as long, they aren't riding the hype like the latest road bike brand.

The wiki entry has a good summary of Blair's products:

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JRogers

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Mar 19, 2002
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Franks is decent for a lot of stuff. Cholula and Tapatio are decent options as well. I am not a huge Tabasco fan; I like the flavor, but it seems to just make things taste like Tabasco.

Most often, though, the heat in what I cook comes from Sriracha, garlic chili sauce, dry red chilis and chili oil.
 

Serial Midget

Al Bundy
Jun 25, 2002
12,720
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Fort of Rio Grande
I went to Albertson's and ordered 24 deep fried chicken wings (48 PCS) without spice - they sell that for $18.00 versus 2 whole chickens for $16.00. :rolleyes: I had already made the sauce and rushed home to coat the fried chicken - the heated vinegar burned my eyes and choked me up pretty good but its all worth it. Buffalo style chicken wings are best served with cheap beer so we're having Budweiser. My wife will not be impressed - she thinks bar food is bad for you... :D
 

jdcamb

Tool Time!
Feb 17, 2002
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I went to Albertson's and ordered 24 deep fried chicken wings (48 PCS) without spice - they sell that for $18.00 versus 2 whole chickens for $16.00. :rolleyes: I had already made the sauce and rushed home to coat the fried chicken - the heated vinegar burned my eyes and choked me up pretty good but its all worth it. Buffalo style chicken wings are best served with cheap beer so we're having Budweiser. My wife will not be impressed - she thinks bar food is bad for you... :D
Fried Chicken tastes best with Grape Koolaid!
 

DirtyMike

Turbo Fluffer
Aug 8, 2005
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My own world inside my head
A fe wmonths back I decided to try some hotsauce at teh bar.... I dont remember what it was called, but ut had a Blad widow on the label..... Hot as ****.... One single drop brought more than a few tears to my eyes.......Best part was, four hours later, I scratched my junk, and my junk started burning..... this was after washing my hands a couple times...
 

Serial Midget

Al Bundy
Jun 25, 2002
12,720
1,441
Fort of Rio Grande
Haha - sucks to be you! :D

A fe wmonths back I decided to try some hotsauce at teh bar.... I dont remember what it was called, but ut had a Blad widow on the label..... Hot as ****.... One single drop brought more than a few tears to my eyes.......Best part was, four hours later, I scratched my junk, and my junk started burning..... this was after washing my hands a couple times...
 

AngryMetalsmith

Business is good, thanks for asking
Jun 4, 2006
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This one is has been in the rotation for quite a while now. It's a Mexican style roasted habanero sauce. Unlike the majority of commercial US hot sauces, it does not contain vinegar. It has some kick, descent flavor and is inexpensive at $2 a bottle.




Chipotle Tabasco is pretty tasty on eggs.