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Old 12-08-2010, 04:19 AM   #1
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Mine is Franks Red Hot Wings.

I literally put that shiz on EVERYTHING!

I'm eating it right now on some cabbage.


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Old 12-08-2010, 04:20 AM   #2
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Franks is great stuff! A little ranch dressing and franks drizzled on chicken wings is the man!


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Either one of these, but preferably the one in front.

*Protip* add to some frank's red-hot on wings for a special treat.
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WHOA!!! I have never seen the rooster chili garlic sauce!!!

Must. Find. Now....

My favorite restaraunt in Hong Kong has thee best chili garlic sauce, but the bastids wouldn't tell me much about it

Love the siracha - so I'm sure I'd love the chili garlic version!
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Hot sauce, I have a different one for everything.
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WHOA!!! I have never seen the rooster chili garlic sauce!!!

Must. Find. Now....

My favorite restaraunt in Hong Kong has thee best chili garlic sauce, but the bastids wouldn't tell me much about it

Love the siracha - so I'm sure I'd love the chili garlic version!
Mekong Market in Mesa or Lee Lee Asian Market in Chandler both have a variety including the one with the rooster (the next time you find yourself in the Phoenix area don't forget)
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Mekong Market in Mesa or Lee Lee Asian Market in Chandler both have a variety including the one with the rooster (the next time you find yourself in the Phoenix area don't forget)
Ha, didn't even notice you were in Phx!

Yes, I shall try to remember - I'm assuming the market down at the Chinese Cultural Center (can't remember the name - 202 and 44th St) has it...
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As for hot sauce, I'm a Cholula hot sauce fanatic. Love it on eggs and for general breakfast foods. For pork tacos and Tex-Mex I always go with Valentina hot sauce. For pizza, I like Franks with blue cheese for dipping. Upstate NY thing I guess.

However, I am a fiend for a really good mustard. After traveling around Eastern Europe I fell in love with good Polish mustards in particular. Delikatesowa is my favorite for general sandwiches and Kosciusko (brand) is great with grilled sausages. Though I also appreciate a really good Dijon.

Edit: Oooh. Siracha and it's chili sauce is very good too. Though I think the Korean version might be a little better...
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Ha, didn't even notice you were in Phx!

Yes, I shall try to remember - I'm assuming the market down at the Chinese Cultural Center (can't remember the name - 202 and 44th St) has it...
That would be a Ranch market, and yeah, that's the first place I found it.
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Props to the Franks, Cholula, and Sriracha lovers! Sweet Baby Ray's BBQ sauce is also a heavily stocked condiment at my house.


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