Tabasco sauce

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Synonyms for Tabasco sauce

very spicy sauce (trade name Tabasco) made from fully-aged red peppers

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McIlhenny joined McIlhenny Company in 1967 and directly oversaw the production and quality of all products sold under the Tabasco brand for 13 years.
The announcement comes following an extensive review by McIlhenny Company's executive team that began in August and was comprised of four creative ad agencies, including incumbent agency Tracy Locke Dallas, whom McIlhenny Company has worked with for more than 20 years.
marks, bottle and label designs are registered trademarks and servicemarks exclusively of and licensed by McIlhenny Company, Avery Island, Louisiana 70513.
TABASCO fans have a certain zest for life that sets them apart from the crowd," said Paul McIlhenny, president and CEO of McIlhenny Company, maker of TABASCO sauce.
The archives were set up in 1993 to preserve documents and artifacts relating to Avery Island, Louisiana; the interrelated Avery and McIlhenny families; McIlhenny Company and its Tabasco(R) brand pepper sauce; and other Tabasco brand products.
TABASCO is a registered trademark for sauces and other goods and services; TABASCO, the TABASCO bottle design and label designs are the exclusive property of and licensed by McIlhenny Company, Avery Island, Louisiana, USA 70513.
MCILHENNY COMPANY SELECTS GE GLOBAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II has awarded a Royal Warrant to its maker, McIlhenny Company, a family-owned company that celebrated its 140th anniversary in 2008.
Contestants prepared their dishes for a judging panel that included Tony Simmons, executive vice president of McIlhenny Company and fifth generation McIlhenny family member; Sara Moulton, executive chef of Gourmet magazine, host of Sara's Weeknight Meals on PBS, and food editor at Good Morning America; Gretchen VanEsselstyn, editor in chief of Chile Pepper magazine; James Oliver Cury, executive editor of Epicurious.
30 /PRNewswire/ -- In response to inquiries regarding Hurricane Gustav and its effect on operations, McIlhenny Company of Avery Island, LA, maker of TABASCO(R) brand products, is releasing the following statement.
Contestants prepared their dishes for a judging panel that included Paul McIlhenny, president and CEO of McIlhenny Company and fourth generation McIlhenny family member; Mario Batali, chef/owner of Babbo/Lupa/Otto/Esca/Del Posto in New York City; Fran Carpentier, senior editor at Parade magazine; Michael Schwartz, chef/instructor at The Institute of Culinary Education; and Leroy Fernandez, a Park City, Utah firefighter and the 2004 grand prize winner.
The announcement was made by QSR Magazine and McIlhenny Company, which manufactures TABASCO(R) Brand Products.
The ship, a testament to people showing their best when things are at their worst, was generously donated to McIlhenny Company by Novellino and is currently on display at the company's headquarters in Avery Island.
McIlhenny Company, maker of Tabasco sauce, garnered widespread attention from viewers and critics alike when it aired "Mosquito" seven years ago.
Each of the firehouse cooks prepared their recipes for a judging panel that included Paul McIlhenny, President and CEO of McIlhenny Company and fourth generation McIlhenny family member; Susan Westmoreland, food director at Good Housekeeping magazine; Geoffrey Zakarian, chef/owner of Town in New York City; Richard Fuerch, Deputy Chief of the Fire Department of New York; and Dan Rinaldi, a Providence, R.