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Grindhouse: Pasilla Peppers with Habanero Chorizo Stuffing

Chorizo sausage is a great idea on paper, but it's often a lousy idea in plastic. You'd think Mexican (or Spanish) spices and ground pork would be hard to mess up. Yet every time I bite into the grease-laden, second-class meat ...
 
 
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Early Bird Ends August 5th

The Scovie Awards are back for their 17th year and the Early Bird Special runs for another 3 days, meaning the deadline is August 5th at midnight for you to receive $10 off each entry. Continue reading →
 

 
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Early Bird Gets the Scovie

The Scovie Awards are back for their 17th year and the Early Bird Special runs for another 7 days, meaning the deadline is August 5th at midnight for you to receive $10 off each entry. The rules are here and the Entry Form is h...
 
 
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El Pinto Talks Scovies

El Pinto Salsa has won more than 60 Scovie Awards over the years, and marketing director Sarah Chavez had this to say about the wins: "The Scovies are one of the most important things we do to market our product line. If we win...
 

 
 
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Chopped: Grill Masters- Rick Browne talks about competing on TV

Starting yesterday, Food Network blew the roof off of its hit series, Chopped, with the first of five themed episodes dubbed Chopped: Grill Masters. Over five weeks, the show was based outside at the nostalgic Old Tucson Studio...
 
 
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Scovie Winners Speak Out

"Winning the Grand Prize of the 2006 Scovie Awards has put my company (Ashburn Sauce Company) and myself into another league in the sauce world and has opened a lot more doors." –Willard Ashburn, Ashburn Sauce Company Continue ...
 

 
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New Scovie Award Categories and the Early Bird Special

Just in case you missed the news, the 2013 Scovie Awards Call for Entries has been live for over a week now and the entries are rolling in. The rules are here and the entry form is here. We have new and exciting categories this...
 
 
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Mark’s Custom Chimney Starter

If you're the proud owner of a cordless drill and a coffee habit like me, you can have your own chimney starter for under $5 and you get a ton of java to boot. How? By making your own starter from a metal coffee can. Continue...