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Along with her many other talents, Nolabear is a great coo-- OMG! OMG! OMFG! KILL-ME-NOW!!!!! (Original Post) MiddleFingerMom Jul 2012 OP
Fuckin' A, Baby. nolabear Jul 2012 #1
Here's some of my faves hobbit709 Jul 2012 #2
This is my favorite. geardaddy Jul 2012 #4
Oooh. I like that too!!! HopeHoops Jul 2012 #5
we go through our El Pato pretty fast around here Kali Jul 2012 #3
That's the same chemical as in pepper spray, right? TrogL Jul 2012 #6
I really REALLY don't like Tabasco -- it overpowers ALL other flavors, IM-never-HO. My favorite? MiddleFingerMom Jul 2012 #7
Tabasco is all vinegar and heat-no real flavor. hobbit709 Jul 2012 #8
Love it on eggs! ohiosmith Jul 2012 #9
Is it a problem that I have almost all of these in my cupboard? nolabear Jul 2012 #10

nolabear

(41,824 posts)
1. Fuckin' A, Baby.
Mon Jul 30, 2012, 02:09 PM
Jul 2012

GOOD for what ails ya!

Though we also have Slap ya Mama, Ass in the Tub, HooDoo Hot, Hell's Hinges, and yep, probably a big ol' bottle of Kill Me Now...

Kali

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3. we go through our El Pato pretty fast around here
Mon Jul 30, 2012, 03:07 PM
Jul 2012

but the youngest pretty much eats it like that (or drinks it like a V8) - kid goes through a can and a half per meal.

MiddleFingerMom

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7. I really REALLY don't like Tabasco -- it overpowers ALL other flavors, IM-never-HO. My favorite?
Mon Jul 30, 2012, 04:08 PM
Jul 2012

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Cholula Hot Sauce -- base of pequin (also sp. piquin) peppers and chile arbol peppers.
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The heat index of chile arbol is between 15,000 and 30,000 Scoville units. The heat index
of pequin peppers is between 100,000 and 140,000 Scoville units.
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Habeneros are 100,000 - 350,000. Jalapenos are only 3500 - 8000.
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That's a wooden ball on the top. Many national chains have it on their tables and I always
smile when I walk into an indie Mexican food joint here in Tucson and see it. It ain't the
cheapest hot sauce that could be provided gratis.
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nolabear

(41,824 posts)
10. Is it a problem that I have almost all of these in my cupboard?
Mon Jul 30, 2012, 04:21 PM
Jul 2012

Btw even McIlhenney's has multiple sauces these days. Tobasco's just an icon. I do love it though. I do.

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