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    I'd not heard of it but apparently it's much like this British classic

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    Sriracha's kind of a hype / backlash thing, isn't it? It's really good in a fairly basic chilli / garlic / msg sort of way, but enough people spend enough time going on about it like it's the very nectar of the gods that another section of people get annoyed and conclude that it's overhyped shit.

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    It's too cloying for me. So is this and sweet chilli sauce is worst of all

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    In the '90s sweet chilli sauce was highly sophisticated. The parents of my most effortlessly middle class friends would only buy this brand
    Last edited by luka; 03-02-2015 at 10:25 PM.

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    This doner kebab style chilli sauce from Australia is the bollocks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slothrop View Post
    Sriracha's kind of a hype / backlash thing, isn't it? It's really good in a fairly basic chilli / garlic / msg sort of way, but enough people spend enough time going on about it like it's the very nectar of the gods that another section of people get annoyed and conclude that it's overhyped shit.
    exactly. there was a big thing last year when the city (near LA) threatened to close the factory due to noxious odors that were making nearby residents sick. worshipping foodie blogger were outraged, posted lots of dumb stories about protests and hoarding bottles. i think it's good but nothing to get excited about.

    and yes luka, looks like chow-chow is similar to piccalilli, but chow-chow looks more like a chunky relish than a mustard. perhaps similar ingredients and flavor but different texture/consistency.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luka View Post
    http://www.bloomberg.com/ss/10/10/10...ndiments/2.htm best selling condiments in the USA. A lot of jarred salsas.
    salsas have exploded here in the last 8-10 years, also a reflection of our growing mexican/hispanic/latino population

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    You smell nice.
    did you tronc today?

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    jarred salsas suck except for this one:


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