Everybody's got their favorites, and I love a good hot pepper/salsa/sauce. This is a thread to post what you like, and hopefully let others know about it (especially if it's widely available). Being that I grew up in New Mexico (NM), what's now known as Hatch Green Chile is mine. We natives just call it "green chile". These are Anaheim peppers, but grown in an arid desert climate instead of Southern California's. In Hatch, NM, they gain awesome flavor. They only stay green because they're roasted before fully maturing. If you continue to let them ripen, they turn red ("red chile") and have a completely different, but equally satisfying, flavor. In NM, red is typically used for pork and carne asada, green for fowl. But it's commonly accepted to mix and match your favorite. Green Chile Cheeseburgers are incredible. In nearly every restaurant in NM, if you order something that comes with chile, you can expect the question "would you like red or green?" Even McDonald's serves Green Chile Cheeseburgers there. My favorite nationally-available green chile is Sadie's, which you can find at Sprouts, or online at sadiessalsa.com: Be warned, this stuff is addictive!