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Fubegra: One of those rare commercials I actually like.
logicalman: I absolutely abhor obituaries that don't specify the cause of death.
Snotnose: If you're ever in the area be sure to visit the factory where it's made. The tour is OK, but it's on this huge patch of land that's pretty much an open air zoo.
The statement...credited McIlhenny's leadership with introducing several new varieties of hot sauces sold under the Tabasco brand...
Mrbogey: I prefer Crystal's and Louisiana. Louisiana works ridiculously well on a shrimp po-boy fully dressed.But yea, Tabasco is good in a pinch.
jaytkay: Fubegra: One of those rare commercials I actually like.I ate cold leftover pizza with Tabasco this morning so I'm getting a kick out your reply.RIP Mr. McIlhenny
Thunderboy: The statement...credited McIlhenny's leadership with introducing several new varieties of hot sauces sold under the Tabasco brand...My quality of life improved 1,000% when I discovered this:[www.delish.com image 500x500]RIP, hero-of-tastebuds man.
Real Women Drink Akvavit: I mix Crystal Extra Hot with Tapatío to make sauce for chicken wings. If I've never heard of or tried a hot sauce, I'll grab it. If I like it, I keep it on hand. Crystal is one of several spicy condiments that I keep on hand. Tapatío was mostly a Los Angeles thing but is available pretty much everywhere now, I think. I grew up with that stuff so it holds a special place in my heart condiment refrigerator.Tapatío
Real Women Drink Akvavit: logicalman: I absolutely abhor obituaries that don't specify the cause of death.Bleeding ulcers?/just a guess//loves hot sauce, even if it will kill me some day
JonZoidberg: Touch of vinegar? If it was just a touch it'd be grainy from all the peppers and salt.My favorite is the jalapeno green sauce, followed closely by the chipotle. If you do go visit the factory. I recommend buying their charcoal if they're still selling it. They chop up the barrels they use to cure the sauce. It made some good ribs, but then maybe it was more cook than coals.