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    #46
    I most often use Cholula for a little heat with a nice taste. I use Frank's for wing sauce, "rooster" (don't recall the name) sriracha sauce for most other dishes. I used to buy a homemade chili oil from a woman I worked with but left that job so don't know what I'll substitute for that.

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      #47
      'The Pepper Plant' Chunky Garlic. I like it because hot sauces are common, but garlic sauces -- not so common. 'Cholula' or 'Cholula Chipotle' are my other hot sauce choices.

      Edit: 'Sriracha Sauce' is made by Huy Fong Foods. It has sister-sauces: 'Sambal Olek' (chili sauce) and 'Chili-Garlic' (uhh, chili-garlic sauce.) Give them a try. 👍
      Last edited by SmokingPat; January 2, 2021, 08:39 PM.

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ID:	967670 The current selection in our fridge. Use all of these regularly. Used 3 of them in the past 24 hours lol. This thread has me wanting to find some new ones though. Love the recommendations.

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        #49
        I may have gone a bit overboard.
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        • Panhead John
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          I hope your home plumbing is in good working order.

        • IFindZeroBadCooks
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          I just installed a new garbage disposal this week buddy, does that count?

        • Panhead John
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          Uhh, I was kinda thinking toilet plumbing.

        #50
        Here’s a link to the scotch bonnet sauce i mentioned earlier in the thread.
        Grace Jamaican Scotch Bonnet Pepper Sauce - https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01HUO906I..._Ant8FbYYSMG9D
        This is pretty much required for Jamaican curry dishes, but I also use it in any kind of soup or stew. Scotch bonnet peppers have a really fantastic flavor and this sauce doesn’t have anything that masks the scotch bonnet flavor. It does list vinegar as an ingredient, but you can’t taste it.

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        • IFindZeroBadCooks
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          I did order a Scotch bonnet sauce from Melindas...

        • Red Man
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          IFindZeroBadCooks Melindas hot sauces are decent, but their scotch bonnet sauce doesn’t taste like scotch bonnet peppers the way the Grace sauce does.

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          Added to wish list!

        #51
        Yesterday we had our fourth annual Wings of Death Challenge and here are the 12 sauces we sampled on the wings.

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        The first 6 sauces were all tasty.

        Hot Ones Classic Fresno Garlic Edition was probably my favorite. Not super spicy with a huge garlic kick to it.

        Pirates Lantern was a tasty spicy mustard sauce.

        Shaquanda’s Hot Pepper Sauce was the star of the night. Most people chose this one as the winner of the night.

        If you enjoy fruity, sweet and spicy the Humble House Habanero and Aji Amarillo sauce would be a good choice for you.

        The Angry Goat Ghost Rider sauce had a good kick to it with a molasses / BBQ sauce feel to it.

        The Clark + Hopkins Assam was a hot sauce that took all of its notes from curry.

        The last 6 sauces were not my cup of tea. All were too “hot” for me.

        The Seafire Gourmet Reaper Hot Sauce actually tasted good for about 5 to 10 seconds until the reapers kicked in. There were some chili heads that enjoyed the heat.

        I wanted to like the Hell Fire Detroit Bourbon Habanero Ghost but it didn’t even taste good for 5 to 10 seconds before it went into burn mode.

        Cully’s Fire Water didn’t taste bad but it’s just a sauce that I have no reason to ever eat again. Way too much heat to use for any purpose in my life except to be with friends acting stupid together.

        The only thing Da Bomb is good for is to induce pain, more pain and even more pain. It tastes terrible and it feels like somebody punched you in the throat. It’s the one sauce we have used every year. It the sauce that separates the “children” from the “adults” in the challenge.

        The Dingo Widow Maker Sauce is listed at 680,000 scoville units. It’s hotter than hell. Nothing more to say about it.

        The Last Dab Apollo is billed as “Hotter than the Sun” and it might be. Made from peppers grown by Smokin’ Ed Currie from Puckerbutt Pepper Company. It’s a blend of the Carolina Reaper pepper and Pepper “X”. Pepper “X” is touted as a pepper hotter than the Carolina Reaper but has not been evaluated yet. It’s said that Smokin’ Ed is holding back Pepper “X” so when someone breaks his record for the Carolina Reaper he can come back over the top with Pepper “X”.

        30 people started the Challenge and 19 finished all 12 wings. The 19 of us that finished all 12 wings were presented this sweet ass button I made for all of the winners.

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        • IFindZeroBadCooks
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          Where is the best place to get the hot ones garlic sauce? That sounds killer.

        • ssandy_561
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          IFindZeroBadCooks the only place I know to get Classic Fresno Garlic from is Heatonist.com. That’s where I got most of the sauces from.

        #52
        I've been on a Secret Aardvark Habenero binge for the last couple months.

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          #53
          Shaquanda’s is a great line of sauces.

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            #54
            Eat this on lots of things. This is the bottle I keep in my desk at work.

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              #55
              Pico-Pica has been a favorite hot sauce of mine when eating breakfast burritos off catering trucks back in the early eighties here in California. My friends grandfather bought the Pico-Pica brand in the early 70's and this product is still produced today by Juanita's Mexican Food Products in Wilmington, Calif.
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                #56
                We are fans of Louisiana Hot Sauce.

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                  #57
                  Gotta go with el yucateco green

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