Review: TABASCO Original Red

Wednesday, January 12, 2011

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of TABASCO® Original Red. All opinions are 100% mine.

When I was little I remember eating my Mom's Stew.  While I would sit there eating it with only crackers, I would see my dad get out the TABASCO® Original Red  and put a few drops in his stew.  I begged and begged to have some in my stew, as well, and finally one day he actually put some in mine.  Wow!  I had never tasted anything like that before.  That was the start of my love affair with TABASCO.

Now that I'm an adult, I get to choose what to use my  TABASCO® Original Red sauce in and I still use it in almost everything:  lentil soup, black bean soup (what I had for lunch today), homemade nachos, scrambled eggs, Bloody Mary's, hot wings, the list goes on and on and on.  I add just a few drops to so many of my everyday foods. 

Have you ever tried TABASCO on pizza?  If not, check out the Pizza PerfectedYummy!  The TABASCO® Original Red  gives the pizza that extra kick that I crave without burning my tongue.  This sauce is "So Much More Than Hot", it truly enhances the flavor not hot just to be hot. 

With the Super Bowl fast approaching, I've been looking for some new recipes to try out.  I was surprised to find so many recipes that call for TABASCO® Original Red.  One of these Game-Day Party Menu recipes even suggests putting the TABASCO on microwave popcorn.  Who knew?

Starting back in 1868, TABASCO® Original Red is the most trusted hot sauce that I know.  I've got my bottle, do you have yours?

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2 comments:

Haven's Mom said...

I love your new blog look!! I hope you get everything worked out with your html on your main page.

Chris said...

Tabasco sauce was my favorite hot sauce up until this year and it remains my favorite commercially available hot sauce. For my whole life hot sauce MEANT Tabasco. (My favorite now is hand made in small batches and costs 3-4 times as much and you can't get it in stores, so it's not fair to compare it to Tabasco without mentioning those factors.)

I also like that you can buy Tabasco's oak barrels for smoking wood.

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