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Augie
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Salsa Picante
      #1006883 - 05/14/09 12:21 PM (67.80.98.224)

What hot sauces do you like?
My two old standbys are Tabasco and Tapa Tio
Now I really like the Old Man roasted garlic sauce from the Guava-berry place On SXM.

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GaKaye
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Re: Salsa Picante [Re: Augie]
      #1006922 - 05/14/09 12:51 PM (173.53.59.119)

I use Frank's Red Hot as my everyday hot sauce, but have quite a few bottles of different sauces I've picked up at bazaars and food shows. My favorite is a habenero sauce with a hint of lime.

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annie
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Re: Salsa Picante [Re: GaKaye]
      #1006968 - 05/14/09 02:01 PM (68.84.247.247)

My husband collected hot sauces on all our trips. Now if only I knew what to do with all of them. I have a box with 58 different hot sauces in the garage and then there are about 50 more bottles in the bookcase in the office. Of course a whole bunch more in the kitchen!

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peconic
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Re: Salsa Picante [Re: GaKaye]
      #1007063 - 05/14/09 04:14 PM (98.109.126.174)

I like Frank's too, or Louisana Hot Sauce...
Neither are ruin your weekend hot, but that's not what I'm looking for, for everyday use...
Anything really... except Tobasco... Just don't like the flavor...
for really hot try Guaveberry's Liquid Fire Ultra Hot Sauce...

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Orange_Burst
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Re: Salsa Picante [Re: annie]
      #1007078 - 05/14/09 04:35 PM (72.240.59.138)

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annie said:
My husband collected hot sauces on all our trips. Now if only I knew what to do with all of them. I have a box with 58 different hot sauces in the garage and then there are about 50 more bottles in the bookcase in the office. Of course a whole bunch more in the kitchen!

Annie




Every party I went to or was having myself, I would put out salsa and chips!

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Re: Salsa Picante [Re: GaKaye]
      #1007101 - 05/14/09 05:09 PM (67.80.98.224)

Frank's is what my son uses for Buffalo wings.

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BigJim
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Re: Salsa Picante [Re: Grumpy]
      #1007199 - 05/14/09 08:30 PM (75.82.152.50)

Bell of Cow Wreck Beach Bar on Anegada just slices some habenero peppers and puts them in an empty tonic bottle with vinegar and lets it set a week or two. Once saw Davide of Brandywine pour a bunch on his fish.....much to his regret. The flavor is surprisingly good.

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