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01-01-2013, 06:10 PM
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Hot Sauce

Got into an intense debate in ****** football chat about hot sauce

Many insults hurled my way due to my lack of appreciation towards hot sauce

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01-01-2013, 06:11 PM
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01-01-2013, 06:12 PM
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<hokiepride[TREE]> Sriracha is good with everything
<hokiepride[TREE]> Ever
<hokiepride[TREE]> Pie? Sriracha
<prof[VT|UGA|SC]> stop singing
<ixcuincle2> again i don't like hot sauce
<prof[VT|UGA|SC]> please
<Gfoley4> dat grin
<hokiepride[TREE]> Ice cream? Sriracha
<efilon[TX|GT]> ixcuincle2: WAT
<MikeyA15[WISC]> hokiepride[TREE], I need to get some and try it
<Blado|Bama> what is that screaching
<ixcuincle2> hot sauce is terrible

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I'm a big fan of Sriracha as well.....in moderation, that is. Works great for meats and pasta, but...won't be putting it on a dessert any time soon.

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Just not a fan of hot sauce or spicy foods

Enjoy my food without having to sweat through it

Every time I get salsa I always get the mild one. Don't want to try the really hot kind.

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01-01-2013, 06:31 PM
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I like how the question is just "Hot Sauce: Yes or No"

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I like spicy food, but don't need to douse everything in hot sauce. I'll trust the chef to start.

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I like Frank's but that's not overly hot. The real hot sauces i don't enjoy. I can't handle hot and spicy food as i did when i was younger.

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I have terrible tolerance to hot and spicy foods

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No hot sauce. Definitely not on breakfast. I will, however, eat mildly spicy salsas and sauces, though.

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This isn't hot sauce, but it's delicious as ****:


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Sriracha is the official condiment of HF.

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Yes.
Was about to post this. Only hot sauce that I like, and it is just fantastic.

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......soooooo good!

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Love it. Makes dining hall food tolerable.

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or Siracha, on oh so many dishes.

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Love making my own hot sauces, and almost always have some in the fridge. It's really easy to do, and just takes a little time. It's also really cheap. My base is usually loaded with jalapenos and a few habaneros, as well as a bunch of fresh cilantro.

After that, then just go with it's season. For the fall like we just had, made a batch with some roasted pumpkin and maple syrup added. In the summer usually make a batch with some watermelon. Don't really have a go to for the spring, though.

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Hot sauce on everything is so 2011.

2012: The Year of the Pulled-Pork Sammies.

I wonder what 2013 has in store.

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Love making my own hot sauces, and almost always have some in the fridge. It's really easy to do, and just takes a little time. It's also really cheap. My base is usually loaded with jalapenos and a few habaneros, as well as a bunch of fresh cilantro.

After that, then just go with it's season. For the fall like we just had, made a batch with some roasted pumpkin and maple syrup added. In the summer usually make a batch with some watermelon. Don't really have a go to for the spring, though.
I have to try spicy stuff with watermelon.

I like hot sauce.

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