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Southern Chef's favorite hot sauce

Southern Chef's favorite hot sauce

Each March, the annual Charleston Wine + Food Festival draws some of the region's top culinary stars to the Holy City for a long weekend of fantasy league–level dining and drinking. For Garden & Gun, it's an opportunity to pick the brains of some of the South's most talented epicureans. Last year, we asked visiting chefs to taste-test mayonnaise and bourbon. This year, we brought the heat, inviting twenty chefs to rank their favorite grocery-store hot sauces, from Southern stalwarts like Crystal, Tabasco, and Texas Pete to international-aisle favorites like Huy Fong Sriracha, El Yucateco, and Valentina, and to talk shop about how they use them in their homes and restaurants.

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