Tabasco -

A long-podded red Pepper cultivated chiefly in southern Louisiana. It is best known to commerce as Tabasco Pepper Sauce, a rich, red, concentrated extract generally put up in small bottles with corks shaped for dropping. It is also sold powdered, but to less extent.

Tabasco Sauce is excellent for flavoring soups, salads, etc., and some people like it on oysters. Only small quantities should be used, as it is very strong. In making sauces, etc., if a sharp, quick effect is desired, mix with vinegar. If otherwise, mix first with olive oil and salt, and then with vinegar - the result will be soft and delicate, but still strongly marked by the characteristic Tabasco flavor.

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