Posted October 3, 2006 by Nick Lindauer in Makers

Baby That’s Hot! October Newsletter

Happy Autumnal Equinox! Well, it was a couple of weeks ago, but I just love throwing around the word Autumnal. Makes me sound smart. Autumnal.

So, first, let’s talk about reviews. My Me So Hot hot sauce was reviewed on September 2nd. Not to toot my own horn, but it was an AUTUMNAL review. Did I use that word right? It was a good review. Here are some highlights:

“Let me the first to predict that Baby Thats Hot Brand Hot Sauces will be winning a few awards in the next year or so (if they enter contests). If the other sauces are even 1/2 as good as Me So Hot, then we’ll definitely have another strong brand of hot sauces on our hands. (reviews of those coming soon). With 8 flavor varieties, Mike is sure to have a sauce that you’ll fall in love with. And at only $4.99 a jar, these are some gourmet sauces with prices that are easy to swallow.”

Well, I took the advice and entered the Me So Hot into the bestest, most AUTUMNAL hot sauce awards of the year, the Scovies. Wish me luck!

By the way, visit the Hot Sauce Blog to read the whole review. Join the Hot Sauce Blog army. There is a kick ass arcade on the site to give you something to do at work.

The Hot Sauce Haiku contest needs your votes. We got some great haikus (many from the Hot Sauce Blog members) and I have chosen my top 10. Now I need you to vote on your favorite. Every vote saves a kitten, somehow. Well, just vote anyway.

Vote and see all of the entries at http://www.babythatshot.com/hotsaucehaiku.html

Well, it is October, and I have pretty much two choices for the Hot Sauce of the Month. Halloween made it easy for me to narrow it down to two, Blaze Orange (like a pumpkin, get it?) and Vampire Repellant. I chose my second favorite of all of my sauces, Blaze Orange. Sorry all you Garlic fans out there. I just love this sauce. BTW, my fave is the Me So Hot.

So, Blaze Orange is the sauce of the month. Here is the boilerplate:

Blaze Orange is the name of the color that hunters wear for safety. That is also the color of this sauce. Made with orange zest, oranges, apple cider vinegar, and orange bell peppers, the sauce is a great mix of sweet and hot that adds a unique twist to chicken and Thai dishes.

Actually, add Grilled Shrimp to that list. I have replaced my cocktail sauce with this stuff, it completely rocks. As always, sauce of the month is 1 dollar off the regular price.


Alright then, have an AUTUMNAL month, save a kitten, and VOTE OR DIE (on the hot sauce haiku contest.)!

See you soon!

Nick Lindauer

The Original Hot Sauce Blog