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    Quote Originally Posted by tbert33 View Post
    Id love to try making my own. If anyone has any recipes send them my way.
    I take a half bushel of hungarian hot wax peppers, a quarter bushel of jalepenos and a quarter bushel of cayenne and a pint of habeneros for mine.
    Wash them, seed the wax peppers and pop the stems off the jalepenos and habeneros then cut them in half.
    Toss everything in to a food processor with a half cup or so both white and cider vinnegar with a pinch of salt.
    Process until about pickle relish consistency.
    Then I cook it down in a big stock pot for about an hour and process again until smooth as I feel like getting it adding more vinnegar till the consistency I want is reached (usually another half cup to cup of each vinnegar).
    Then it goes back in the stock pot till it hits a boil then I just keep simmering it in the stick pot while I jar it up (boiling water bath method, there's so much acid in there I'm not worried about anything bad surviving).
    It's a little sweet from the Hungarian peppers and the cider vinnegar but plenty hot.
    It's thicker than most sauces. More like Thai chili sauce.

    ETA: garlic and onion. I use a few cloves of whatever variety of hard neck garlic I have handy and toss in a spring candy onion (not sure what they are but that's what the grumpy old dude at the farm market calls them) that I've had sitting around all summer. Or a vidalia if you can find one. Otherwise any smallish yellow onion.
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    I think i may try that one sir. Thanks

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    How did I miss this????

    Some of my favorite sauces are from Knepperspeppers.com, currently enjoying his Fatal Lime, Piney Hab Extreme, and Seventh Circle(which is not listed on his site), love Chipotle Tabasco although my bottle has 9 drops of Texas Creeks "Pure Evil" 15 million Scovile unit pure capsaicin drops in it . Any sauces with pepper extract just tear my stomach up so I stick to all natural sauces. Just added this one from Heartbreaking Dawns, brutal heat, unreal flavor!

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    Mmm my favorite hot sauce is Arizona gunslinger second is Tabasco...i am always searching for a good hot sauce

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    My everyday fave is the Sriracha Rooster sauce, it is great on everything!
    For wings I recently got some awesome Defcon 1 sauce, hot allright.
    I have some Dave's insanity I use sometimes as well. I love it hot.
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    I like spicy foods and hot sauces as much as the next guy! I like mostly Jalapeno or Serrano based hot sauces, such as Franks or Tabasco.

    Last time I had a spicier hot sauce(which was Ghost Chile) my whole digestive track from my mouth to the other end hurt for 3 days straight. No fun!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blix View Post
    My everyday fave is the Sriracha Rooster sauce, it is great on everything!
    For wings I recently got some awesome Defcon 1 sauce, hot allright.
    I have some Dave's insanity I use sometimes as well. I love it hot.
    Rooster sauce goes on a lot of stuff for me. I like the hot stuff but if I go much hotter my crohn's makes me hate myself.
    Tabasco chiptotle and Marie Sharp's are my other two favorites. I love the carrot base on the Marie Sharp's to spice up a curry or butternut squash soup.

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    A sauce that I use when I like a little kick is the Captain Redbeard Sharkbite.
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    while making transits through the Panama Canal, I'd always pick up a dozen bottles of Panama's premier hot sauce: D'lidas. It's a habanero based sauce w/mustard and spices. It's now available for sale in the US, but I haven't tried the imported stuff. I hope they haven't changed anything. Hands down, on certain foods, it has no equal. A Google search will list the domestic vendors.

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