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Hot Sauce

Admittedly, it's probably one of the least "wine friendly" condiments out there. I just had a dinner of leftover shredded beef enchiladas (one of Mrs. PH's absolute best contributions to our kitchen) and pulled a bottle of what has become my absolute favorite Hot Sauce out of the fridge to give them a little extra "boost."

I discovered Susie's Hot Sauce in Antigua trying to pump some life into what was a nice, but bland goad curry roti. The waitress recommended the "Calypso" version, and I have had it in my collection ever since. A great combination of serious heat with great rich flavor. The waitress actually ran to town and brought me 2 bottles to take back home (at least that's what she told me Razz) and was paid handsomely for the score!

There are a lot of hot sauces out there which taste like prig kee nu soaked in gasoline, but combining heat and flavor makes for the best hot sauce. Any recommendations?

PH
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