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Old 10-19-2013, 08:35 PM   #81
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A lot of cock sauce lovers,Sriracha, I admit i love it too but I still chuckle to myself ever since i heard someone call it cock sauce.
It and Tabasco chipotle are my gotos, reminder to me, make habanero mango sauce again

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Frank's and Sriracha are my go-tos.

Regular Tabasco is too vinegar-y, but I like their jalapeno sauce. Yucateca habanero verde is good as well.

I have a bottle of Blair's After-Death, and I tried for a while to power through adding it directly to eggs and stuff, but it's a little too much. On the other hand, a few drops in a batch of chili...perfect.

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Old 10-20-2013, 12:00 AM   #83
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A lot of cock sauce lovers,Sriracha, I admit i love it too but I still chuckle to myself ever since i heard someone call it cock sauce.
It and Tabasco chipotle are my gotos, reminder to me, make habanero mango sauce again
That Tobasco Chipotle is excellent. I accidentally got it once, and loved it to the last drop.
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That Tobasco Chipotle is excellent. I accidentally got it once, and loved it to the last drop.
Why only once?
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Why only once?
Good question. I've been on a srirachi kick for a while now.
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Why only once?
It was an accident once, then on purpose every time after that.
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I'm surprised to see so much love for Cholula and Valentina and so little for Tapatio. Around here Tapatio is the standard at most restaurants and roadside food stands. The exception would be that many of the more seafood oriented Mexican places seem to prefer Cholula.

In my house we use a lot of sambal oelek, siracha, tapatio, el pato (green can), franks, and a green jalepeno sauce made locally by Poblano Hot Sauces.

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A lot of cock sauce lovers,Sriracha, I admit i love it too but I still chuckle to myself ever since i heard someone call it cock sauce.
Hehe... cock sauce....

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Just finished with a batch of my homemade roasted jalepeno/habenero hot sauce. All bottled up and ready to roast some tails.
Sounds great - how do you make it? I want to try that myself one of these days.


For me, Franks is #1, followed by Siracha and Tabasco.
I have a collection of about a dozen or more hot sauces.
Trader Joe's Jalapeno is actually really good - I keep a bottle of that at my desk at work for needs.
I found a new one not long ago, Hank's Sauce from New Jersey. Not killer spicy, but really good flavor. When I knock of the bottles I got, I will need to order some more - they do ship.
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