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  • Balsamic vinaigrette, Tabasco, and giblets. Then let it boil. -- Alex Rodriguez
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  • I just started making Bloody Marys. I always thought they looked gross, then I tasted one. There's an art to it, from the Tabasco to the Worcestershire. -- Tara Reid
  • When I put some Tabasco on things, and there's really nothing in Tabasco, it's not bad for you in any way, so that's kind of become my substitute. Now you got to get used to a hot mouth, but that's okay. -- Mike Ditka
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  • Wha...what are you smiling for...? If I'd swallowed that needle, I'd have died! It's not like putting tabasco in ohagi!!! -- Ryukishi07
  • I'm not a person who writes really abstract things with oblique references. I look at abstraction like I look at condiments. Give me some Tabasco sauce, some ketchup, some mayonnaise. I love all of that. Put it on a trumpet. I've just got to have the ketchup and Tabasco sauce. That's my attitude about musical philosophy. -- Wynton Marsalis
  • When you use Tabasco in the marinade, it kind of infuses everything. -- Mario Batali
  • I think Tabasco brings me pure heat and Southern kind of familiarity, along with the vinegar and the barrel-aged spices. -- Mario Batali
  • I have my sweetheart Yorkshire terrier, Tabasco, along with two cats, Romeo and Jasmine. Yes, I am both a Shakespeare and Disney addict. -- Kirsten Prout
  • Philosophers have often looked for the defining feature of humans ?? language, rationality, culture, and so on. I'd stick with this: Man is the only animal that likes Tabasco sauce. -- Paul Bloom
  • When you add just a little bit [of Tabasco] at the end, what you taste is the spectrum between the cooked chile flavor and the kind of nearly raw, just kind of fermented chile flavor at the end. -- Mario Batali
  • When you use it in cooked foods, it changes [the Tabasco flavor] a little bit; it loses a little bit of the bright acid that you love on it, but you get that more cooked heat and chile flavor down. -- Mario Batali
  • In my 'Big Dinners' cookbook, I recreated my mother's recipe for crab dip. The creamy dressing for this dip, made with mayonnaise, tomato paste, a touch of honey, sliced chives, lemon juice and zest, horseradish and Tabasco, is reminiscent of Thousand Island dressing. -- Tom Douglas
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