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Calling All Tobasco Lovers 
 
Jun. 6, 2012 10:33 am 
Updated: Jun. 17, 2012 1:28 pm
There is one particular sauce that I cannot seem to get enough of and would like to try more and that is the Tobasco brand pepper sauce. Everyone the world over loves this sauce and this sauce seems to love most dishes. My husband and co-workers give an eyebrow up when they learn I smother my hotdogs in Tobasco (like today) instead of the usual catsup or mustard. Don't knock it until you've tried it. Generally used to enhance buffalo style hot wings or chillis, I want to know what the great cooks of Allrecipes.com use their beloved pepper sauce for? Please! Spice up my day!
 
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Jun. 6, 2012 12:17 pm
When I Was In The Army A Very Small Bottle Like .5 Ounces Was Packed In Each MRE. I also Like The TABASCO ® chipotle sauce.
 
Jun. 6, 2012 3:25 pm
try the green tobasco sauce...terrific stuff!
 
Jun. 6, 2012 3:37 pm
I Love my Tabasco on my spaghetti!!!! Also love it in my homemade cream corn chowder and salmon stew!!!!!
 
Jun. 6, 2012 6:07 pm
KingSparta, my husband says that it still is packed in each MRE. gderr, I'll have to try the green stuff. I love spicy! Terry, Tabasco on spaghetti sounds fantastic and I'll have to try the others as well. I can't wait to see more ideas and posts.
 
Jun. 6, 2012 8:17 pm
Are you kidding!!! I use Tobasco sauce in almost every dish I cook...in marinades..casseroles..try a couple of sprinkles in chocolate cupcakes...it's like that little something extra, no one knows what is is..just that it's good!!
 
Jun. 7, 2012 9:12 am
Popcorn! I always sneak my bottle into the movie's! Its really yummy!
 
Jun. 7, 2012 4:47 pm
never tried it on pop corn, I wonder if you mix butter with Tabasco, and maybe powdered blue cheese you could make buffalo popcorn
 
Jun. 8, 2012 8:01 am
Tabasco Chipotle is staple in my kitchen. I couldn't imagine my culinary like without it. Try some mixed into a basic butternut squash puree. You will thank me.
 
Jun. 17, 2012 1:28 pm
I love all these comments! Such great ideas!
 
 
 
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I'm a 32 year old wife, mother and environmental educator.Food is amazing to me. My friends think I have a genuine relationship with any meal I eat. My husband brings good southern food to the table and I bring what I've learned of Italian cooking into the household. My mother never cooked, so I learned out of necessity. I'm told I'm an excellent baker. I learned from my Great Grandma Frabott who's mother was from Florence, Italy. I'm very proud of my Italian and Scotch/Irish heritage and the wonderful recipes that have been passed down to me.
My favorite things to cook
Multi-Cheese Stuffed Shells in Marinara Sauce; Carrot Cake Cupcakes; Fish (It is really easy to cook after you get over feeling like you're going to mess it up); and Chicken Dishes.
My favorite family cooking traditions
My Great Grandma's family is from Florence, Italy and they passed down some fabulous Italian recipes....I love Pizzelles at christmas time!
My cooking triumphs
I know it's funny, but.....carmelizing apples without overcooking them.....and pork chops without making them like a thin pork jerky.
My cooking tragedies
The roast chicken that ended up on the driveway (oh it was a horrible accident), carmelized apples that somehow got left cooking too long. I'm sure I'll add more to this list.
 
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