My Favorite Hot Sauce

I found this stuff about six or seven years ago. I no longer buy Tabasco. Never did like Texas Pete or Cholula or much of the others. I’ve been through lots of hot sauces, and this is my favorite.

I buy the 10 oz size. Those tiny bottles, forget it. Marie Sharp was the first to use carrots in hot sauce. Another thing that is really great is this:

It’s hard to read, but I think that “Best by” date is July 2030! You could take a case of this stuff to your nuclear holocaust bunker. Never run out. They’ve found jugs of this stuff in the pharaohs’ tombs! Still good!

Early next week I’m going to contact the Ohio state Archives. If you had a request and haven’t heard from me, send me an email asap.

Again, I’m sorry about the strip postings. I’ll post the T-Bone Butts story during the next two weeks.

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4 Responses to My Favorite Hot Sauce

  1. Chris M says:

    Try this for a table sauce. Cheap and easy for everything.

    Cup cider vinegar
    Cup simple syrup (what you make for hummingbirds)
    2 spoons cayenne ground
    1 spoon black pepper
    1 spoon garlic powder
    1 spoon molasses
    1 spoon Lea & Perrins
    1/2 squeezed lemon

    Put in a white wine bottle with a bartender’s pour spout and keep at room temperature.

    • budgra5_wp says:

      I’ll try it and let you know. What do you put it on? Meat? Fish? The guest room toilet seat? Just looking at your recipe, I believe you forgot to include the anchovies.

      • Chris M says:

        I made it by that last formulation for some pulled pork done in mesquite smoke. Since then, I have used it on spaghetti and meatballs, hamburgers, steaks and cod. Fresh fish is a rarity here in the Rockies. It livens up ordinary rice too.

        I wouldn’t add anchovies to the sauce, but it was good on the spaghetti, which had some anchovy.

        I’m doing some popcorn right now, and it’s GOOD here.

        Tomorrow, I’m gonna add some onto a peanut butter, lettuce and mayo sandwich.

        That bottle’s down to the last coupla inches now. So I will refresh it tomorrow. Cinnamon is definitely going in the next batch.

  2. Tom Thomas says:

    Actually it’s 2020, or that 2620?

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