So Much More Than Hot

This post brought to you by TABASCO® Original Red. All opinions are 100% mine.
My daughter has recently told us she wants to eat nothing spicy. To us this is not good news. My husband and I have always been extremely proud of the spicy curries we cook and enjoy. As a matter of fact, my signature meal is curried lamb on Friday nights (apologies to all my vegetarian friends).

It seems odd that two people who love their food spicy could have a daughter who wants nothing to do with the stuff. For me spice has always made my food taste better. I wonder about the celebrities who go into the Australian jungle and have to eat that bland rice and peas every day for the duration of their stay. Salt may not be that much of a problem, but frankly I'd have some issues eating that slush without some TABASCO® Original Red sprinkled all over it.  I could have that stuff over every thing I eat, including pizzas and omelets.

I think it's so much more than hot. It somehow seems to have the ability to unlock hidden flavours in every pizza on earth. It injects the kind of oomph some pizzas are missing because you can place it exactly where you wish, and just the amount you need. Pepperoni, ham, Hawaiian, and indeed other types of pizzas benefit from the unique blend of tomato, cheese and Tabasco Original red mix.

Did you know that TABASCO® Original Red has a combination of salt, red pepper, and vinegar, and is aged for 3-years? Apparently it was the first sauce invented by the company and is still the best-selling one. For those living in America, there's a Game-Day Party Menu and a Pizza Perfected menu for you to check out.  With the US Super Bowl right around the corner, perhaps a fun way to ring in the games would be to create a game day tradition where a contest is run to see who can make the biggest (or feed the most people) pizza with Tabasco Original Red.
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1 comments:

Self Sagacity January 29, 2011 at 7:38 PM  

Tobasco is so wonderful on any food. I like that it enhances the flavor too.

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