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Old 01-30-2007, 08:20 PM   #1
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Ass on fire!

So...I'm addicted to hot sauce. I put it on everything: tofu, ramen, cornbread, collards, chips, you name it!

Hot sauce is the best condiment ever. There's a variety of flavors and catchy names and graphic labels. So, lets talk about hot sauce! What's your fav? For taste, I prefer Tapatio or Cholula.

As for names, I'm a fan of Ass on Fire! and Butt Burner. Any other good ones out there?
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for a science experiment, my friend bought shipped the hottest hot sauce in the world from texas, and since I was in charge of it, i was walking around the whole school with it and people kept on putting their hands in it and just put the SLIGHTEST (like you could barely see it on their finger) and it litterally burn their tounge and then there was an asian kid (who spoke english but not well) and took a spoonful and was litterally bouncing up in down for water and the teacher couldnt get what he was saying, and then she was yelling at him when he was gasping for water and had tears in his eyes

then like the whole school was lined up for the water fountain, i didnt tell them that water makes spicy more spicy, so you get what im saying

what a great day that was
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My favorite type.

I put it on everything!
It's that good...

But I wouldn't mind good ol' Tabasco sauce either. Had some on my omlette at IHOP, not bad at all.
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I love hot sauce the hotter it is the better!
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Re: Ass on fire!

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As for names, I'm a fan of Ass on Fire! and Butt Burner. Any other good ones out there?
Are these actual product names?
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My favorite type.
Sriracha's good stuff, although IMO a bit too sweet for some things. Jamaican Pickapeppa can also be too sweet sometimes, but it's very good as well.

North African harissa and Southeast Asian sambals are great in most stews or soups where you might use hot sauce, though since they're pastes you can't just shake them over everything. If you're vegetarian or keep kosher then read the labels on sambal pastes first though, as many contain shrimp paste or fish sauce.

I also like Cholula and Tapatio as good basic standbys. Where I grew up a lot of folks made their own hot pepper vinegar for collards--unfortunately my own family never made it, so I don't really know the exact method. But that was some good stuff, perhaps it was just that it looked so attractive in the bottle, but it always seemed like the flavors were more vibrant and complex than the bottled 'Lousiana' stuff.

Also since you like Ethiopian food, you might want to try niter kibbeh and berbere, which can be used together or alone as a flavor base.
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My favorite type.

I put it on everything!
It's that good...
Oh man. This lady my wife works with dragged my wife to an H-Mart to buy that stuff. It's sooo good.

The garlic Tabasco is real good. I dig that.

The hottest stuff I've ever had is this stuff called Predator. We've had this little bottle for, no shit, 3 1/2 years. You can use one drop at a time and even that beats you down. It's awesome.
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I love spicy in general but I don't like the taste in some of them...
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My favorite type.

I put it on everything!
It's that good...
Ahh Sriracha is great stuff!!! But I agree with yolland, it is too sweet for some foods. I haven't had it in awhile. The last time, I was having dinner with the Archbishop of Madagascar (yeah, I'm that cool!) and...I can't remember what we were eating, but he said it needed sauce. So he got some Sriracha and poured it ALL OVER MY FOOD!!! I was like "OMG Dude!" and he said it was good for me and would give me fuel I needed because I laughed so much. Then he poured beer into my water. It was one of the most hilarious meals of my life.

I haven't had any since...perhaps I should change that. Now I have a craving!
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Re: Re: Ass on fire!

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Are these actual product names?
yes they are!!! Is there a California Tortilla nearby? They have quite an assortment of hot sauces. That's where I found the Ass on Fire! sauce. If you go, bring a camera, and share with us what you find.

Shannon - yes I agree with you, hotter=better!!
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Yolland thanks for the heads up about the sambals! I had no idea!! And thanks for the recipes!!! I just found a local store that sells inerja mix. I've got a bag of lentils that are begging me to cook them, I'll be sure to try these sauces!
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This thread compels me to pick up another bottle of Sriracha... I love my scrambled eggs w/that stuff... and all these other brands ... but I don't even know what supermarket near me'll have those brands.
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This thread compels me to pick up another bottle of Sriracha... I love my scrambled eggs w/that stuff... and all these other brands ... but I don't even know what supermarket near me'll have those brands.
I haven't had much luck with ordinary supermarkets myself. Do you happen to have a World Market of sorts nearby? They have some neat stuff I haven't even tried before. There's also some novelty stores that are likely to carry the ones with the hilarious names. Of course, you can always try experimenting and making your own. oh the possibilities are endless!!! i'm gonna go make some miso soup w/ hot sauce right now. it is about time for a midnight snack i think
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Old 01-31-2007, 12:27 AM   #15
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I love hot sauce, but I can't quite say I put it on anything.

Ranch, though. Now there is an all purpose condiment.
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