This is what I have. Made with jolokias, donchaknow.
Umm, taste? What? You would either have to use way too much or have flavourless food to be able to taste it :lol:
edit: ah, why not, I took my own picture and replaced the borrowed-from-the-internet picture. Yeah, haven't used it very much, plus I just stirred it up before I took the picture because I hadn't stirred it up before and the liquids seperate if they aren't stirred (the internet told me so) so the sauce is all stuck on the sides at the top .
I bought this so far. It's not bad, a bit too vinegary for my liking, but holy Jesus, the burning stays with you for a good 15-20 minutes. It's the one that cost me $25 during my horrible checked-luggage Dallas layover hell last weekend.
:shock: Also, don't forget to wash your hands before you go to the bathroom.
(Kind of reminds me of a story I heard where a girl put some hot sauce in her boyfriend's condom. After washing off the red hot sausage, they decided to pick up where they left off. Problem: they only had the one condom. Solution: turn it inside out. Result: trip to the emergency room and much embarassment for the girl.)
Protip: capscaicin isn't soluable in water and you can scrub your hands all you want but you can only get some off, doesn't really matter if you wash your hands before you scratch your balls because you'll have great balls of fire either way (except a bit less if you wash your hands). That's what latex gloves are for.
I love me some spicy food, but almost never use hot sauce. Mainly I just never find a moment that has me say "Hey, I could drip some sauce on this!". What do you normally put hot sauce on? Tips, hints, recipes always appreciated.
Kebab, mostly. Local variety of (and I so dread to use this phrase, but it's the one people would recognize) baked beans called Prebranac, Chili con Carne, sometimes even in bolognese if I'm eating by myself. I never use it to just coat stuff, has to be mixed into something.