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01-05-2013, 09:31 PM
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Used to buy Blairs hot sauces.
My bum asked me to stop though...
So I did.
Every morning he's the boss, and when he's in a bad mood I am too.

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01-06-2013, 03:40 AM
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Anyone know of a good website that has forums specifically for hot sauces ?

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01-06-2013, 08:10 AM
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Am trying hot sauce in eggs for the first time

Will report back

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01-06-2013, 08:16 AM
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Slightly more taste than usual

Not hot though

And why do I always get water at the bottom of my scrambled eggs regardless of how long they're in the pan?

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01-06-2013, 11:43 AM
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http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Brand...l-siracha.html

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Subway's Creamy Sriracha sauce is something they're testing out here in southern California. I tried it out on a Chipotle Chicken & Cheese sub (with bell peppers, provolone cheese, and onions on flatbread) and compared it to the real thing.

The sub cost me $5 since it's the Featured $5 Footlong this month and I asked for the Creamy Sriracha in substitution for the Chipotle Southwest sauce.

When they were putting together my sandwich, they put one line of sauce across the sub; it didn't look like much so I asked them to put a second line, so what you're looking at in the pictures is a double helping of Creamy Sriracha sauce.

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01-06-2013, 01:26 PM
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I got some Habanero Red Savina sauce and it's great but you have to treat it with respect.


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01-07-2013, 02:24 AM
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Slightly more taste than usual

Not hot though

And why do I always get water at the bottom of my scrambled eggs regardless of how long they're in the pan?
maybe try turning the heat up higher while cooking them ?

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01-07-2013, 08:56 AM
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01-07-2013, 05:07 PM
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i love hot sauce and hot salsa and i love making my own salsa so with that...wtf are you talking about!? Watermelon and peppers??

I have to know how to make this...it sounds.... interesting to say the least. ive never heard of this combo before
It's great for the summer when you want that fresh bright spicy flavor. Try making a basic watermelon salsa, recipes everywhere online for those, and slowly add habaneros to it until you find the right balance.

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Do you cook the peppers in the oven ? Does it taste better with or without vinegar, in your opinion ?
Depends what I'm doing. Sometimes I'll bring them to a boil in water, then simmer for 20 minutes. Normally only do that when I'm using jalapenos.

If I'm using habaneros, normally don't cook those at all. They have a great floral flavor that goes great with something like watermelon. Then you just need to find a base to add with them to tone them down some.

Only pepper I'll usually roast is a red bell pepper for it's smokey flavor.

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I've never heard that term before.
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01-08-2013, 08:09 AM
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Blair's entire product line is insane.

There's a burrito place near my house that sells Death Rain chips, and even offers it as a condiment to sprinkle on any burrito you order. In addition, there's also a shelf full of hot sauces, as well as little baggies of dried bhut jolokia peppers (a.k.a. "ghost" peppers, one of the hottest in the world). Bought a bag once, and let's just say it took a long time to get through three of them, at the rate I was using them. Potent stuff.
We actually used to have the death rain chips in our vending machine at work. They had two different versions in the machine: the yellow bag (buffalo?) which bordered between tolerable and quite hot, and the black bag which was pure evil going in and coming out.

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We actually used to have the death rain chips in our vending machine at work. They had two different versions in the machine: the yellow bag (buffalo?) which bordered between tolerable and quite hot, and the black bag which was pure evil going in and coming out.
Hot sauce is the intelligent or go #teamsheikie

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01-08-2013, 09:45 AM
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A question for Canadians: Where are you guys getting your sauces from? My local stores are pretty bad, so if anyone can vouch for an online shop, please let me know.

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Hot Sauce is GOAT.

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Chipotle Tabasco might be my favorite. It is quite delicious.

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01-08-2013, 05:58 PM
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A question for Canadians: Where are you guys getting your sauces from? My local stores are pretty bad, so if anyone can vouch for an online shop, please let me know.
I'm not sure how much it would cost to ship to Canada, but Tears of Joy makes a lot of good sauces. http://www.tearsofjoysauces.com/

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A question for Canadians: Where are you guys getting your sauces from? My local stores are pretty bad, so if anyone can vouch for an online shop, please let me know.
Unfortunately the selection is quite meek. I have a friend that travels back and forth between Nigeria and Canada, and gets his mom to put together a package of homemade hot chilli sauce. It's fantastic. When I don't have that to go on, I usually just try to get by on whatever I can find in grocery stores. The best places to go are smaller specialized grocery stores. I haven't tried doing anything over the net.

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Made some chicken wings tonight with this garlic/pepper Thai sauce - they were very very good.....





Also went to the local grocery store, and picked up a bottle of scotch bonnet hot sauce made by some company called "Grace" ....It's made in Jamaica.....



This was the morning for me, and I tried the hot sauce out just after my morning coffee....suffice to say my pallet wasn't all there yet....It seemed very hot with hardly any taste....But about an hour later I kept dipping straws in it and tasting it.....I ended up liking it....It has a really tangy taste to it, and it also has a pretty decent heat level as well...maybe a 6 out of 10 for heat level ?


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A question for Canadians: Where are you guys getting your sauces from? My local stores are pretty bad, so if anyone can vouch for an online shop, please let me know.
ChillyChiles.com, out of Ottawa, good selection & very reliable. Regular store & online service.

Chiliheat.com, Abbotsford, BC, online only with very good selection.

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I'm not sure how much it would cost to ship to Canada, but Tears of Joy makes a lot of good sauces. http://www.tearsofjoysauces.com/
Thanks for that. Even if I don't order from them, it's nice to have a US based site bookmarked for comparison.

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Unfortunately the selection is quite meek. I have a friend that travels back and forth between Nigeria and Canada, and gets his mom to put together a package of homemade hot chilli sauce. It's fantastic. When I don't have that to go on, I usually just try to get by on whatever I can find in grocery stores. The best places to go are smaller specialized grocery stores. I haven't tried doing anything over the net.
Yeah, pretty awful selection locally here. There used to be a novelty shop here that had some sauces at ridiculous markup, but they shut down a year or so ago. I can't even get Habanero Tabasco here.

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ChillyChiles.com, out of Ottawa, good selection & very reliable. Regular store & online service.

Chiliheat.com, Abbotsford, BC, online only with very good selection.
Jackpot! Thanks for posting that. I'll definitely hit Chilly Chiles up online and pay a visit in the summer sometime. That's just perfect.

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A question for Canadians: Where are you guys getting your sauces from? My local stores are pretty bad, so if anyone can vouch for an online shop, please let me know.
I buy this one from Walmart


It only costs 2 bucks for 4 oz, tastes great and it melts your face off if you use too much of it. it looks like **** though

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I buy this one from Walmart


It only costs 2 bucks for 4 oz, tastes great and it melts your face off if you use too much of it. it looks like **** though
I never thought of checkin' Walmart...Do you live in the States ? If they sell it here I'll have to check it out......From 1 to 10 (10 highest), what's the heat level of that stuff ?

Finally broke down, and bought the Dave's Insanity Original......I was going through the all the lower priced hot sauces ant the grocery stores, and finally coughed up the dough......$6.49 a bottle.....One website has this ranked at a 10+ for heat, lol.....Anyone ever try it ? How hot is this ? Was going to let someone at my work try it first before me and see his reaction first ....He has a higher tolerance than me so......


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I never thought of checkin' Walmart...Do you live in the States ? If they sell it here I'll have to check it out......From 1 to 10 (10 highest), what's the heat level of that stuff ?

Finally broke down, and bought the Dave's Insanity Original......I was going through the all the lower priced hot sauces ant the grocery stores, and finally coughed up the dough......$6.49 a bottle.....One website has this ranked at a 10+ for heat, lol.....Anyone ever try it ? How hot is this ? Was going to let someone at my work try it first before me and see his reaction first ....He has a higher tolerance than me so......

If you're not big on hot sauce then take this as a serious warning. Do not use that directly as a condiment, only as an additive.

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