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[#] Tue Nov 24 2020 15:50:37 EST from ParanoidDelusions

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Tue Nov 24 2020 10:56:46 EST from zooer @ Uncensored

I'm more of a Tabasco and Tapatio guy myself. But Frank's and Cholula are on my list when I want less heat and more flavor. 

 



[#] Thu Nov 26 2020 15:52:36 EST from IGnatius T Foobar

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Tabasco is my standard everyday hot sauce. I didn't really appreciate it until a couple of years ago when I learned how it was made. Now I am addicted to the unique blend of fermented peppers and vinegar. Tapatio is my go-to for tex-mex and southwestern food, and I try to keep a bottle around. My son is a huge fan of anything chipotle -- his favorite is Cholula chipotle flavor. I also try to keep Sriracha around, to spice up American-style Asian food (which is better than actual Asian food).

Frank's is too mild for me. I do like their "wing sauce" though, which is pre-mixed and ready to toss on buffalo wings.

[#] Fri Nov 27 2020 07:38:04 EST from ParanoidDelusions

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Thu Nov 26 2020 15:52:36 EST from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored
Tabasco is my standard everyday hot sauce. I didn't really appreciate it until a couple of years ago when I learned how it was made. Now I am addicted to the unique blend of fermented peppers and vinegar. Tapatio is my go-to for tex-mex and southwestern food, and I try to keep a bottle around. My son is a huge fan of anything chipotle -- his favorite is Cholula chipotle flavor. I also try to keep Sriracha around, to spice up American-style Asian food (which is better than actual Asian food).

Frank's is too mild for me. I do like their "wing sauce" though, which is pre-mixed and ready to toss on buffalo wings.

I agree almost completely with this assessment. But sometimes I like my breakfasts to be more savory and have less heat. Franks is great on breakfasts where you want to dial the heat down, but you still want the flavor of a hot sauce. Eggs, Avocado and Toast... I like Tabasco on Kraft Mac and Cheese and on Pizza. I go through a LOT of hot sauce... probably a large bottle of Tabasco every 9 months and a couple of big bottles of Tapatio or Cholula a year. Sriracha tends to last longer... a big bottle every 12 or 14 months - but I'm the only one using hot sauce in the house - and those all happen together. 



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