Toss your shrimp in hot sauce.
Fold it into scrambled eggs.
Use it to add a perk to your hollandaise.
Add flavor to your tartar sauce.
Put hot sauce on ribs before you cook them.
Whisk it into vinaigrette dressing for your salad.
Add some bang to your burger by mixing it into the meat before you cook.
Mix hot sauce with ketchup and mayo to make your own special sauce.
Swirl into soups (black bean, chili)—great during cold season, eases congestion.
Add it to ground pork to make your own breakfast sausage patties.
Maranate your fish for a few hours.
Create a spicy mayonnaise and use it as a dipping sauce or spread.
Make a Mexican hot chocolate.
Use it to liven up your cocktail sauce.
Melt it with butter and douse it over your movie popcorn–yum!
Put hot sauce on your rice.
Melt it in with cheese or chocolate for a satanically hot fondue.
Spread it on raw oysters for fresh-out-of-the-sea heat.
Stir it into shepherd’s pie to add a contemporary burn to an old classic.
Add it to chutney for just a little pep to the sweetness.
Take inspiration from Hal Apeno and just chug a bottle of Dog-gone Sauce.
Use it to caramelize your onions, mix with hot sauce; top a burger.
Stir it into mustard, pile it onto a hot dog or use it as a dip for pigs in a blanket.
Add a hefty dose of hot sauce to pulled pork; pile into a tortilla for a pulled pork taco.
Combine a few drops with syrup, then toss with a fruit salad.
By Jeff Schmidt at Dog-gone Hot Sauce