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Old 05-09-2019, 08:27 PM   #1
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Default Hot Sauces - Slap Ya Mama

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I've tried a ton of hot sauce's. For an all purpose one, Slap Ya Mamma is the best IMO. Not as vinegary as most.
Everywhere that I work, I start a "Hot Sauce Bar". I buy 4-6 hot sauces and a tray to place them on near the break room. They generally take on a life of their own as people start contributing their favorites.

On my last project, we started a scoreboard where people could rank and rate the sauces. We had approximately 50 people on the project from amny backgrounds: Hispanics, Indians, Vietnamese, Chinese, Greek, Russian, etc.. There was lots of activity at the sauce bar. Slap Ya Mama was the runaway favorite. We were going through a bottle every 3-4 weeks, whereas others lasted months.

I recommend it.

Do y'all have any other favorites?

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How does Slap Ya Mama taste as a wing sauce?
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Old 05-09-2019, 08:36 PM   #3
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How does Slap Ya Mama taste as a wing sauce?
I like it better than Franks, which is what most people use. if you use a lot of it, you can buy by the gallon on their website.
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I just have to add this. I'm pretty much a Louisiana or Crystal hot sauce guy. I'm not big on flaming heat. Anyhow, someone at work kept stealing my Crystal from the break room refrigerator so I bought some 1 Million Scoville extract and laced a bottle. That bottle disappeared too but the thievery stopped.
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Have always liked this. They make an XXXX too.

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I just have to add this. I'm pretty much a Louisiana or Crystal hot sauce guy. I'm not big on flaming heat. Anyhow, someone at work kept stealing my Crystal from the break room refrigerator so I bought some 1 Million Scoville extract and laced a bottle. That bottle disappeared too but the thievery stopped.
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This is not an original at all, but I have been enjoying Zatarains hotsauce. It isnt too spicy, but I like the zing compared to some others. This one is one of my hotter favorites. I found it after trying 20 or so at a Pepper Palace in Branson
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FYI - World Market and Safeway generally carry Slap Ya Mama products.
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I just have to add this. I'm pretty much a Louisiana or Crystal hot sauce guy. I'm not big on flaming heat. Anyhow, someone at work kept stealing my Crystal from the break room refrigerator so I bought some 1 Million Scoville extract and laced a bottle. That bottle disappeared too but the thievery stopped.
LOL, Way to go William, I love it.

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BUT GETTING BACK TO THE ORIGINAL THREAD.....

SS, what a great way to share your favorite sauces and get input along with rankings on multiple sauce products. KUDOS!!!


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BUT GETTING BACK TO THE ORIGINAL THREAD.....

SS, what a great way to share your favorite sauces and get input along with rankings on multiple sauce products. KUDOS!!!
I've done this wherever I have worked. My initial investment is about $15-$20. Other people usually start contributing and before long we'll have 20+ sauces.

It's s cheap teambuilding exercise.

At my last project, one guy complained that he didn't like hot sauces and thought it was stupid. The next day someone had added a bottle of Rolaids with his name on it.
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I'm looking on Amazon and there is Slap Ya Mama Cajun Pepper sauce, or just Hot Sauce. Which one did you like? Hoping to order a combo that has one of each but the reviews vary on what is actually received.
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I'm a fan of the "Dave's Insanity" line of hot sauces! So many good choices and some that are "arm sweating" over the top.

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I like the flavor of good peppers and the sauce they produce, not the heat.
I remember one of my Dad's favorites was Pickapeppa sauce and homemade chow-chow.
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Depends on what I'm putting it on. Secret Aardvark is a nice mild sauce. Pex Peppers, Lucky Dog, Hotline Pepper Products are my go to for most of what I eat and I generally take those 3 camping as well. Some of those will catch people off guard as they can be pretty hot.

Glad you reminded me as I need to put in an order today for different hot sauces.
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