Bring Your Own Hot Sauce
I love spicy food. There have been many times I’ve wished I’ve had one of those cute mini bottles of Tabasco sauce in my carry-on, in places where the food just isn’t that exciting. Well, I learned recently from my friend Ramsey (pictured in action above) that spice lovers can easily kick things up a notch by bringing their own hot sauce with them on the road. Just pour some into one of those three-ounce plastic containers that most people fill with shampoo or conditioner. It’s a brilliant idea and I can’t wait to try this with my fave West Indian hot sauce, Encona!
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