Moore's Buffalo Wing Sauce
Looks Like: Bulliard's, with a paintlike viscosity.
Tastes Like: Unapologetic tartness from the citric acid and richness from liquid margarine. After an eye-popping first taste, it settles into a more relaxed, happy medium (pun intended) of cayenne and spices as the punctuation mark on that crackling wing skin.
Heat Index: There's more sourness than soaring temps, but don't get cocky, because a big dollop can burn going down.
Toss, Dip, or Marinade: Definitely a good marinade, to help refine the blunt, upfront profile, though its capacity for considerable coating calls for a good toss as well.
How Much Blue Cheese Will I Need? A hearty dunk, though too much could create an entirely too indulgent mouth feel.
Any Other Good Accompaniment For It? Consider this one less of a utility player and more for its explicit, marketed purpose.