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I'm particularly fond of Sriracha sauce from Thailand,

but this is a list of hot sauces in the US - which ones are your favorites?

No problem if you want to add to the list (foreign or domestic):

Alberta Crude Holy ######

Baron Classic Red Pepper Sauce

Blairs 2am

Blair's Sam

Capital Punishment

Congo Sauce

Cyanide

Da Bomb

DA bomb - Ground 0

Dave's Insanity Sauce

Dave's Private Reserve

Dave's Ultimate Insanity

Endorphin Rush

Goldcap

Hot Sauce from Hell - Devil's Revenge

Mad Dog Inferno

Mad Dog Inferno Reserve-'99

Matouks West Indian FlambEAU

Orange Krush

Possible Side Effects

Pure Cap

Raging Inferno

Scorned Woman

Smack My ####

Spontaneous Combustion

Sudden Death

Ultimate Burn

Vicious Viper

Widow - No Survivors

You Can't Handle This Hot Sauce


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I like cholula, but I prefer

tapatio_sauce_5oz.jpg

Recently, a friend told me about a hot sauce called Gringo Bandito. It's actually really good, and it doesn't have all the salt that other hot sauces have. Dexter Holland owns the company that makes it.

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Does the all of these hot sauce sound like vomit-inducing fece?

Give me a normal sounding hot sauce name and I'll pick it.


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I like cholula, but I prefer

tapatio_sauce_5oz.jpg

Recently, a friend told me about a hot sauce called Gringo Bandito. It's actually really good, and it doesn't have all the salt that other hot sauces have. Dexter Holland owns the company that makes it.

I have had Tapatio once, must try it again.

I am glad that Tabasco didnt make it to the list.. It is the worst hot sauce I have ever tried.

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<BR>Sriracha is my favorite too.  (I used to call it rooster sauce)<BR>
<BR><BR>that's the one I use as well. I call it c0ck sauce though <IMG class=bbc_emoticon alt=:lol: src="http://www.visajourney.com/forums/public/style_emoticons/default/laughing.gif">  <BR><BR>eta: when you work in a kitchen you come up with dirty names for everything

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Does the all of these hot sauce sound like vomit-inducing fece?

Give me a normal sounding hot sauce name and I'll pick it.

Ha ha.

The names in the list were only suggestions; if they provoke, then maybe people will think they are even hotter.

You're free to add yours, even if it's called "Mom's Favorite Sauce."


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I call it Rooster too!!

Sriracha is one of my all time favorites, but my hubby and I discovered Jolly Roger Hot sauce recently and it is pretty darn good!


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{aside}

I'm also partial to horseradish hummous

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Mom's Hot Sauce sounds just as dirty.

Sriracha sauce is probably my favourite out of everything. A lot of people call it Rooster sauce because the mascot for the sauce is indeed a rooster. I don't like the fine Sriracha sauce. I like the coarsed kind with whole seed and chunks. I eat that stuff with a spoon. Nothing else is needed. Love spicy food.


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we went to this little store at the LA county market once, all it sold was different kinds of hot sauce.. we bought one for my BIL.. I think it was called "Hottest Fu__in' Hot Sauce" or something like that..lol

I don't do hot sauce but my hubby likes Tapatio or Sriracha sauce/Rooster Sauce.. he says it all depends on what he is eating...


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Mom's Hot Sauce sounds just as dirty.

Sriracha sauce is probably my favourite out of everything. A lot of people call it Rooster sauce because the mascot for the sauce is indeed a rooster. I don't like the fine Sriracha sauce. I like the coarsed kind with whole seed and chunks. I eat that stuff with a spoon. Nothing else is needed. Love spicy food.

the kind with the seeds is sambal


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we went to this little store at the LA county market once, all it sold was different kinds of hot sauce.. we bought one for my BIL.. I think it was called "Hottest Fu__in' Hot Sauce" or something like that..lol

I don't do hot sauce but my hubby likes Tapatio or Sriracha sauce/Rooster Sauce.. he says it all depends on what he is eating...

That's interesting; a US/Canada couple with an interest in Sriracha from Thailand.

Before I went to Thailand I had no idea it existed, but what I like about it is that it's

not just very hot, it has a flavorful quality that other hot sauces don't match.


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