Do you REALLY like Heat? You should try MARIE SHARP's habanero-based sauces from Belize

Discussion in 'Food & Cooking' started by mikelm, Dec 5, 2013.

  1. mikelm


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    This company makes a dozen or so hot sauces that actually have distinct flavors (after you get past the heat.) They're available online

    In contrast to Tabasco, which is just peppers, salt, and vinegar, her sauces have from eight to twelve or fourteen ingredients.  You have to be able to handle the heat though; if you can't, your tonsils will fall out before you get the flavor. All  contain varied amounts of habanero.

    Our son became a fan and brought back a selection from a business trip to Belize. I have tried several - very gingerly - and they really are distinct.

    Good luck, and don't say I didn't warn you.


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  2. teamfat


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    I really like hot sauces.  But I find as I get older, I use them less and less.  One of my favorite mustard types was Inner Beauty. A favorite pepper, vinegar and salt based was Melinda's - both the one made with carrots and habaneros.and the one made with habaneros and carrots.  Yes, there is significance in the ordering of ingredients.  Bruce's or Trappey's are almost always in my fridge, along with various tabasco, cayenne, jalapeno based concoctions.  And some sort of sriracha garlic chili style.  And of course the old standby, Pickapeppa.