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Trinidad Moruga Scorpion Study Published by HortTechnology

The world's hottest critics are one step closer to being silenced about the Moruga Scorpion. HortTechnology has published the study by the Chile Pepper Institute. |
 
 
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High Octane Sauce Company – Tire Smokin’ Salsa – Medium

Hoping to branch out with other High Octane Sauce Company products, David reviews their Medium-level Tire Smokin' Salsa.
 

 
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Kramer’s Wing Rub Live Archive

Video archive of EAT MORE HEAT! Live with guest Lance Kramer of Kramer's Gourmet Foods. We review Kramer's Medium and Hot Wing Rubs & learn to rub responsibly. |
 
 
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Kramer’s Gourmet Wing Rubs LIVE

Tonight on the live show we’re giving some wings a rubdown courtesy of Kramer’s Gourmet Foods. We’ve got Kramer’s Wing Rub in Mild, Medium and Hot varieties, so there should be something for everyone! |
 
Snake River Farms Wagyu Brisket

 
 
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Michael Madsen on EAT MORE HEAT! Live

On August 28th our special guest will be actor & poet Michael Madsen! He will be joining us LIVE to review his American Badass Hot Sauce, Mustard & BBQ Sauce. |
 
 
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Devils Tongue Steak Sauce, by Ed’s Roadhouse

Did you know Ed's Roadhouse makes more than just jerky? On tonight's Fiery Friday, Brian reviews their Devils Tongue Steak Sauce!
 

 
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Rocky’s Hot Sauce – Garlic

Brian reviews his third bottle of Rocky's Hot Sauce, this time taking a look at the Garlic variety.
 
 
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High Octane Sauce Company – Rice Burner Sweet and Spicy Asian Sauce

David takes another look at a High Octane product, and comes out loving their Rice Burner Sweet and Spicy Asian Sauce.
 

 
 
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High Octane JP5 Moruga Scorpion Hot Sauce LIVE

Tonight on the live show we’re keeping it nuclear with a moruga scorpion sauce from High Octane Sauce Company. |
 
 
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Rocky’s Hot Sauce – BAR-B-QUE

This week, I have the honor of tasting Rocky's Bar-B-Que sauce. In the past, I have reviewed barbecue sauces that packed some heat, but it is interesting to find something that essentially considers itself a barbecue-flavored ...