WDX-917 (917 Pasadena mobile)
- Feb 9, 2020
I am a fan of Cholula and this guy:
His kid is pretty funny.I am a fan of Cholula and this guy:
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Those two in the middle have become my #1x#2. The smoky flavor on the left is great on beef. The green Habanero great on anything but particularly ham. The other two are present on the condiment lazy Susan quite often as well.These are some of my favorites. Two of them aren't very popular among hot sauce snobs; the Texas Pete's and the El Yucateco Black Label. That's ok; I really like the smoky flavor of the Black Label on hamburgers and hot dogs among other things. As for the Texas Pete's, a lot of fans of Louisiana style hot sauces don't like it but I do like this hotter version. I also like Crystal and Tabasco.
El Yuc Green is really good on pasta dishes. I like the red too, but I'm out right now.
Cholula is my go-to for Tex-Mex food. I also like red or green El Yuc on Tex Mex.
The only thing I really like Srirachi on is seafood, especially Asian style seafood.
I raise lots of peppers (jalapeno, cayenne, habanero and ghost) in my garden and pickle them so I can enjoy them year round on nachos, sandwiches and other stuff.View attachment 60557
I believe Tabasco sauce is the oldest and original hot sauce manufacturer.The hot sauce experts will sneer but:
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I love the flavor of this s*#t and the right amount of heat..........
I lived in Albuquerque for a few years, and my first daughter was born there. I sure do miss the green chili, we used to buy big burlap bags of them. There would always be someone with a truck load selling them on the corner and would roast them with a big propane heated tumbler basket machine. We would peel and freeze them in Ziploc bags. Those were the days!Another Tabasco sauce vote here,
Growing up in New Mexico which is the Green Chile capital I love it over eggs and potatoes for breakfast but when I started driving over the road, it's not to be found outside of NM (with few exceptions).
I found breakfasts on the road bland and boring with no green chile so I turned to Tabasco sauce.
I started with a few drops at first, not because of the spice because spicy food doesn't bother me, but because it's a rich flavor.
Now I can just douse a breakfast plate with it!
I still prefer NM green chile but Tobacco sauce is the next best thing!
KFC is nationwide even many of them are worldwide.From left to right, Kentucky Fried Chicken, Popeyes Chicken, and salsa from our local community cafeteria. The kids really tear this stuff up.
Does everyone have a KFC and Popeyes in their area? I assume that they are nation wide, but maybe not.
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Put it on some duck eggs and sausage with grits. Oh yeah, you don't know what you are missing.
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