Archive for May, 2017
 
 
 
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The Mini Jar Company – Lime and Naga Chilli Chutney

When I first received this product for review I assumed that we’d been sent a sample jar, but I was mistaken! A quick glance at the label and I soon realised that this is a complete offering from the one and only Mini Jar...
 
 
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PINEAPPLE & GHOST PEPPER HOT SAUCE

We are visiting the farmers market in Central Pennsylvania to sample some hot sauce from ‘Sweet Heat Gourmet’ today. This sauce is a collaboration from Shellie, culinary arts trained, and pepper farmers; “Exot...
 

 
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Canned Pizza Sauce roundup

Whether it's on flour tortillas or English muffins, we love quick and easy homemade pizza snacks. So pizza sauce is a must-have staple in our pantry. Let's look at 3 pizza sauces you can find in your local grocer today. Don Pep...
 
 
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The Love of Chilies – Freeze Dried Chillies from Lanzarote

At this time of year, when you cannot find fresh Chillies easily, the only solution is to buy dried either in powder, flakes or whole pods but here we have something in between flakes and whole pods. From The Love of Chilies co...
 
 
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BBQ Sauce Reviews
 

Firefly’s BBQ Sauce LIVE

Tonight on the live show we’re busting out the BeelzeBar-BQ Sauce with Firefly’s BBQ! |
 
 
 
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Quick Hitter: Hellacious Hot Sauce by High River Sauces

Hellacious Hot Sauce by High River Sauces hits a TRIPLE!!! Ingredients: Habanaro Peppers, Vinegar, Agava, Chipotle Peppers, Lime Juice and Garlic. Fantastic sauce! We consider this to be a very high utility sauce. We particular...
 

 
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Quick hitter: Grapes of Wrath Hot Sauce by High River Sauces

Grapes of Wrath Hot Sauce by High River Sauces hits a DOUBLE!! Ingredients: Habanero Peppers, Grape Juice, Cabernet Wine, Pineapple, Blueberry, Strawberry, Blackberry, Apple, Red Cabbage, Lime, Ginger, Honey, Brown Sugar, Garli...
 
 
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Mad-Ass – Eve’s Downfall

From Mad-Ass comes a sauce monikered Eve’s Downfall, one that made me smile when I first saw it as I like the cleverness. This product is one of the hotter in their range, but I kind of like the idea that this sauce is ma...
 
 
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Tex-Mex Salsa, by Native Texan

Okay, so it does smell a little bit different than other salsas. There are hints of cumin, cayenne, and maybe a little bit of ginger. It's rather pleasant, and the spices blend rather well with the smell from the fruits and v...