hot sauce


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Noun1.hot sauce - a pungent peppery saucehot sauce - a pungent peppery sauce    
Tabasco sauce, Tabasco - very spicy sauce (trade name Tabasco) made from fully-aged red peppers
sauce - flavorful relish or dressing or topping served as an accompaniment to food
Translations

hot sauce

n salsa picante
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It shows a man picking up a child with what appears to be a bottle of hot sauce in his other hand.
The chili festival in Isabela is the first of many chili festivals to be held in Mindanao and Metro Manila 'as we attempt to be the hot sauce center in the world,' he said.
Armands Circle has every head-turning item for the debonair guy on the go, from trendsetting T-shirts to five-alarm hot sauces.
All five flavors of Adoboloco hot sauce are available for wholesale distribution.
Also institutional food chains, QSR chains, Cinema chains and other street food chains are drive the various Chinese & hot sauces products in India.
chicken, the golden brown in red hot sauce, a blues choir, sirens waving
Finish with a good drizzle of olive oil, a splash of hot sauce (if using) and a twist of black pepper.
The recipe for The Bronx Greenmarket Hot Sauce was created by acclaimed chef King Phojanakong, a native of New York City.
Jon, who owns The Unusual Chutney Company in Grange Moor, decided to pit his product against others made by top professional producers from the USA, New Zealand and dozens of other countries, in the contest held in New Iberia, judged by about 30 hot sauce experts from the USA.
VVWHAT they say John Murphy, trainer of Hot Sauce She's in great form and will stay a mile and a half.
This month alone, the 2015 NYC Hot Sauce Expo (just one of many such themed events for spicy food lovers) is scheduled to blast off at the Brooklyn Expo Center, with a full slate of demos, eating contests and ceremonies planned, and New York's resident hipster borough will become home to a Kickstarter-funded hot sauce emporium -- punningly dubbed the Heatonist and already active as a mail-order business -- in the city's oh-so-trendy Williamsburg section.
Dragons and Hot Sauce and Other Imaginations" is a whimsical collection of singable poems embellished with fantastic freelance comic illustrations, with vast appeal for kids.