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Tabasco Family Reserve

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Tabasco Family Reserve

As fans of hot sauce, we're just itching — or is that drooling — to get our hands on some more Tabasco Family Reserve ($25). This limited public release of a longstanding McIlhenny family tradition is brought about by family members hand-picking the best, brightest, and most flavorful peppers, mashing them with salt, and aging them for up to eight years before blending them with white wine vinegar and bottling them up as Family Reserve. Arrives in a green wax-sealed bottle and with a special medallion to certify its authenticity.

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    High Plains Bison

    Despite the huge nutritional and health benefits offered by Bison meat — incorrectly referred to as "Buffalo" by most grocers — it's not the easiest thing to find unless you've got a Whole Foods-ish establishment nearby. High Plains Bison ($36-$130) aims to fix that by offering bison meat that's been humanely raised by hand-selected ranchers on the High Plains, available in a series of products that range from humble cocktail sausages to presentation-worthy Chateaubriand.

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    Wild Boar Salami

    Share your love of exotic foods with your next group of party guests by plating up some Wild Boar Salami ($64/4 pieces). A mixture of field-harvested Texas wild boar and all natural pork belly, this unique meat is seasoned with cloves and juniper berries for a flavor that's both sweet and savory, and pairs well with a variety of nuts, breads, fruits, and cheeses.