I discovered it at my inlaws in NJ. Lots of great vinegary flavor, not too hot. Use it on sandwiches, pizza, eggs, soups. Shout out to Tabasco for the idea of using hot sauce on pizza. Luckily available most everywhere. I haven't tried the hot wing recipe, but I can tell it would be perfect.
When they had those salsa commercials where they made fun of those made in NYC, it reminded me of Texas Pete. It's not made in NYC, or Texas for that matter, but North Carolina. The shape of the bottle tells you that it wants to compete with Tabasco Sauce. But I find it falls short, offering a simple heat with little flavor. This brand you'll see in lower level establishments that want to offer a less expensive hot sauce option than Tabasco. For instance, the metro Atlanta hospitsl I worked at offered it in their cafeteria. It'd call it a hybrid Louisiana style hot sauce that lacks some flavor and has a little heat. It's definitely not like the Mexican hot sauce you get at Taco Bell, no… Read more