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The Balanced Art of the Pepper 5/5 Gourmet Hot Sauce

When I first opened this, I passed it to my wife to get a second opinion on the smell. We came to the same conclusion independently: for some reason, this stuff smells kind of like bread, in the same sense that Guinness smells...
 
 
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Texas Brew Salsa – Honey Roasted Mango Salsa

We're seeing here again a 3-chile pepper combination, and honestly the large presence of tomato and the hidden habanero in the mix is a bit unsuspected, as I read this as "Honey + Fruit" salsa, expecting more of a sweet fruit s...
 
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Jordan Brenner’s Hot-Cha Waa-Cha Original Garlic Lime Hot Sauce

The 3rd in today’s trilogy of sauces is rumored to be the spiciest of the sauces from Jordan Brenner’s Hot-Cha Waa-Cha; the Original Garlic Lime Hot Sauce. |
 
 
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Jordan Brenner’s Hot-Cha Waa-Cha Maple Mango Hot Sauce

Those keeping up with the site today will know that Jordan Brenner’s Hot-Cha Waa-Cha Maple Mango Hot Sauce is the second in the trilogy for the day. |
 

 
 
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Jordan Brenner’s Hot-Cha Waa-Cha Strawberry Habanero Hot Sauce

Today I have a little moral pain with the undesirable job of passing judgement on young Jordan Brenner and his Hot-Cha Waa-Cha Strawberry Habanero Hot Sauce. |
 
 
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Slowpoke BBQ Spicy Apple BBQ Sauce Review

What does a guy from New Hampshire know about Texas BBQ anyway? At least that is how Chad Devine begins his SlowpokeBBQ.com site. He has concocted an apple based BBQ sauce that he feels really represents Texas BBQ sauce. Did he...
 

 
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Saso Sauce in the bottle
Saso Sauce in the bottle
Saso Sauce in the bottle

Deer Camp’s Over/Under Apple – Cranberry

Deer Camp Over/Under Apple-Cranberry sauce has a surprisingly high amount of heat and low amount of cranberry flavor. Otherwise, it made a pretty decent Apple-Habanero sauce. |
 
 
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Home Grown Salsa, by Hair of the Dog

It may not be National Salsa Month anymore, but I'm not going to let that stop me from reviewing the Hair of the Dog's Home Grown Salsa. I hope it lives up to the delicious standard set by their sauce!
 

 
 
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Hunting Chicken of the Woods in Alaska

Late August is the time of year when the day-glo orange-and-yellow fungus called Chicken of the Woods crops up on the dead and dying trees in the deep woods. I recently had the pleasure of spending a few days wandering the fore...
 
 
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Kettle Chips with a Kick

I decided to taste a few of the spicy kettle chips currently on the market. Here are my evaluations of several, including my favorite, Hawaiian Style Mango Habanero chips. Continue reading →