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Bottle Condiment Hot Sauce 101?

zackly | May 4, 201705:23 AM     2

I'm looking for a guide to bottled condiment hot sauces. In local Mexican restaurants owned by Mexicans around here (suburban NYC) I see Valentino Salsa Picante most often on tables. It's fine but sometimes not "picante" enough for my taste. I do have some Ghost Pepper Hot Sauce which to me is ridiculously too hot for a table top condiment. I only use it as a cooking ingredient. Like barbecue sauce, there are myriad brands of hot sauce in local supermarkets and ethnic grocery stores. Are there any other cuisines that put bottles of hot sauce on the table in lieu of or in addition to ground pepper? What are some good ones from any culture? Thanks!

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