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  1. #126
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    Thatís really solid advice. Ranch variation is a varsity move.


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  2. #127
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    Green chile salsa works for me. I'm not much of a fat girl ketchup kinda guy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cruiser View Post
    ^^^ Guajillo lime ranch. Squeeze the juice of half a lime into a microwave safe bowl and stir in 2tbs of guajillo chili powder. Heat for 30 seconds then wisk in a half cup of store bought ranch.
    I like hot sauce and ranch, or a few people make a chipotle ranch that is pretty good as well.

    Green enchilada sauce might be pretty good too

  4. #129
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    Haven't looked through the entire thread. Buddy told me about Green Siricha, I went to 3-4 different markets and was met with blank stares or "wow great idea".

    I gave up and the other day while browsing the local Albertsons, there it was..

    Pretty tasty.

  5. #130
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    Lemon garlic sauce made with avocado oil, found it at Costco. Is pretty darn good on most anything.
    watch out for snakes

  6. #131
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    Quote Originally Posted by Art Shirk View Post
    Besides the obvious hot sauce and variations thereof, what is the appropriate dipping sauce for an egg burrito? Think egg, cheese, peppers, ham, maybe potatoes.

    This is pretty urgent.


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    Dipping sauce? You smother that thing in some goddamn green chile.
    "fuck off you asshat gaper shit for brains fucktard wanker." - Jesus Christ
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  7. #132
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    Not sure if Pickapeppa sauce has been mentioned yet. Anyway, itís a real staple for me, usually for whatever Iím stirring up in a pan. Itís Jamaican or something, not hot but really versatile and tasty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peruvian View Post
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  9. #134
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    Beehive Brothers has been a favorite of mine for a couple years. Not easy to find in grocery stores in Helena but I picked up a couple bottles at the farmer's market in Big Sky this week. Made in Bozeman.

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  10. #135
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    Quote Originally Posted by bobz View Post
    Not sure if Pickapeppa sauce has been mentioned yet. Anyway, it’s a real staple for me, usually for whatever I’m stirring up in a pan. It’s Jamaican or something, not hot but really versatile and tasty.
    They have a hot version that's pretty hot, and some different mango versions including a hot version. All are good.

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    I know itís probably a little too late, but I think Chuys Deluxe Tomatillo Sauce would go well with that burrito. Hereís one attempt to recreate the recipe:
    https://www.newson6.com/story/187666...luxe-tomatillo

    Donít know how close that is to the real thing, but the ingredients seem about right.

  12. #137
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    Quote Originally Posted by yeahman View Post
    Beehive Brothers has been a favorite of mine for a couple years. Not easy to find in grocery stores in Helena but I picked up a couple bottles at the farmer's market in Big Sky this week. Made in Bozeman.

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    The green stuff had been a go to lately for me as well.

  13. #138
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    I'm a sucker for some fry sauce (ketchup and miracle whipppp)

    But my major weakness is ranch, always looking for new kinds to try because i still haven't found a great one. Currently use Ken's.

    What are you guys rocking in the ranch world??!! Anyone want to start a ranch club, like a scotch club but for fat people?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandbox View Post
    I'm a sucker for some fry sauce (ketchup and miracle whipppp)

    But my major weakness is ranch, always looking for new kinds to try because i still haven't found a great one. Currently use Ken's.

    What are you guys rocking in the ranch world??!! Anyone want to start a ranch club, like a scotch club but for fat people?
    Down here in the Q, the local iconic pizza place started making green Chile ranch.......It’s the fucking bomb.
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    Picked this up after reading the mayo discussion above. Good stuff but spendy. Could easily mix my own next time.


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    Quote Originally Posted by seano732 View Post
    Down here in the Q, the local iconic pizza place started making green Chile ranch.......It’s the fucking bomb.
    i have found that the best ranch is usually home made from places like that and you can't take any home!

    that sounds good tho!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandbox View Post
    i have found that the best ranch is usually home made from places like that and you can't take any home!

    that sounds good tho!
    Lol.....They sell it by the bottle now. I’m doomed.
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    I recently discovered and would heartily recommend this -- like a much more interesting, less vinegar-y Worcestershire. Regularly goes on my burger and breakfast items

    https://www.seedranchflavor.com/prod...mami-hot-sauce

    Also, Serious Eats DIY mayo...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigKuba View Post
    I recently discovered and would heartily recommend this -- like a much more interesting, less vinegar-y Worcestershire. Regularly goes on my burger and breakfast items

    https://www.seedranchflavor.com/prod...mami-hot-sauce

    Also, Serious Eats DIY mayo...
    hmmmm that intrigues me greatly....

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