Old Havana Sandwich Shop on Main St.
Though Cuban food culture does not have a hot sauce, the Haitian influence of one owner is clearly enjoyed with the Papa Bull's Hot Sauce. It is very simple: lime juice, vinegar, salt and habanero peppers. It is great on their roasted pork.
One day I was thinking about bbq and the Old Havana Hot Sauce coming together in a simple N.C./Haitian marriage for a bbq sauce. I then decided to see if I could use Cackalacky Spice Sauce as the heat base. After a bit of thought and a few tests here is a simple N.C./Haitian/Cackalacky EASTERN style bbq sauce.
2 cups fresh squeezed lime juice
1 cup apple cider vinegar
1 5oz bottle Cacakalacky Spice Sauce
3 tsp sea salt
2 tsp fresh cracked black pepper
1/2 cup ketchup
1/4 cup spicy brown mustard
Throw it all in a 1 quart mason jar with a plastic lid and shake, shake, shake. Apply liberally to smoked pork or whatever meat to are taking off the grill.
If you would like a bit more heat, float two whole habanero peppers in the jar. After a few days...the sauce will indeed be a bit more spicy.