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From Spicy Condiment Campaigns to Fire-Infused Alcohol

 - Aug 9, 2012
Those who love a little bit of kick to their meals can identify with the intense love some people have for spicy condiments, as showcased in these hot sauce tributes.

From Sriracha to Tabasco, hot sauce has become a mainstay around the world, and famously adds another dimension to food that could otherwise be bland or tasteless. Affordable, and available at many restaurants, this condiment is arguably gaining a following as strong as ketchup or mustard, and is used in a wide variety of dishes from macaroni and cheese to ramen noodles. The iconic look of the leadings brands in this industry has even spawned t-shirts that display the logos proudly.

Whether you're a Sriracha fan or lean more towards Tabasco, more and more people are becoming spicy lovers, and are making lunch and dinner a little bit more interesting.