Tabasco Combine all the ingredients for the rub in a mixing bowl.
Meanwhile, in a medium bowl, stir together the buttermilk, Tabasco sauce, fennel seeds, and black pepper.
This species has been taken in Tabasco and northern Chiapas.
It extends also into Chiapa and Tabasco, and reaches into Honduras.
Pass horse radish, Tabasco sauce or tomato catsup and crackers or wafers or brown bread and butter.
Pepper and Tabasco, the two riding horses, were saddled and brought out.
He must have Tabasco in his head, fer he's got the divil's own timper.
They wanted oysters—with vanaka, with Tabasco or with Kala berries.
Yucatan and to a certain extent her neighbor, Tabasco, endeavored to carry water on both shoulders.
No longer were daily presents sent in by the inhabitants of Tabasco.
proprietary name of a type of hot sauce, 1876, (the sauce so called from 1650s, originally Tavasco), named for state in Mexico, perhaps because the pepper sauce was first encountered there by U.S. and European travelers. The trademark (by Edward Avery McIlhenny) claims use from c.1870.