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Copy Cat Recipe for Richmond's Bill's Barbecue Hot Sauce

mavora | Sep 23, 201211:22 AM     31

Glad to know that I'm not the only one who is grieving the loss of the Hot Sauce. cwhiteside is my fellow mourner and we both want to know how hokie2009 knows that it has a dry mustard base. I do not have a bottle in my possession. I live on the west coast now. I tried to get my sister to go buy me a bottle before they closed, but I don't think she did it. I recall, as cwhiteside said, that the main ingredients WERE cayenne pepper, vinegar, spices....
Let's figure out that recipe!
Last week I started a fermented cayenne pepper sauce with mustard seeds and a tiny bit of vinegar and a tiny bit of cabbage (for the pickle juice??). It's not ready to try yet, but I'll post when it is. I just wish I had a bottle of the old sauce for side by side comparison.

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