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Hellfire Hot Sauce Chilimaster’s Reserve

Unique, intriguing, versatile. Chilimaster’s Reserve is probably the “sleeper” hit of the last several months as far as hot sauces go. Definitely one of the most distinctive and flavorful I’ve had in a l...
 
 
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El Rancho Verde Salsa

Folks, El Rancho Verde is my new favorite green salsa, and if you love jalapeños, then it may become yours as well. It’s bursting with pungent jalapeño flavor, and an earthy, yet lively, aroma. Its rustic co...
 

 
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Gunther’s Gourmet Spicy Black Bean Dip with Lime

Okay, when I first tried Gunther’s Gourmet Black Bean Dip with Lime, I actually thought it was their Black and White Bean Salsa. And, after trying it thought, “Wow, this would make a great bean dip!” Well, it&...
 
 
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Lay’s Sriracha Flavor

Lay’s implores people everywhere to “do them a flavor” in their recent effort to select a new national taste sensation. The three flavor candidates are Cheezy Garlic Bread, Chicken and Waffles, and Sriracha. O...
 
 
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Sonoran Spice Company’s Ghost Pepper Flakes

I’ve ordered products from Sonoran Spice Company on two occasions, and have been pleased both times. For the most part their products are as described, reasonably priced, and are shipped and received in a timely manner, a...
 

 
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Plate O’ Peppers

These are peppers from Dale Gilbert: Chilehead, You Tube star, reviewer for I Love It Spicy, and all-around cool guy. Pictured are a Chocolate Bhut Jolokia, Yellow 7 Pot Jonahs and 7 Pot/Bhut crosses (there were also Wild Tepin...
 
 
 
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Volcanic Peppers’ Volcano Dusts 2 and 3 (or, this ain’t baking soda and vinegar)

I’ve been usin’ the heck out of these dusts lately, and I’m happy, almost downright ecstatic, to report that these are two of my new favorite products which have firmly established themselves in my top 10 of &...
 

 
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El Rancho Extra Hot Salsa

One of the purposes of this blog is to bring attention to anything of a spicy nature sold, and better yet, produced in Oklahoma and the surrounding states, with the intent to encourage further growth in the spicy foods industri...
 
 
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El Yucateco Xxxtra Hot Sauce: Salsa Kutbil-ik de (Mayan Recipe)

“Here’s mud in your eye.” Where did that celebratory toast come from? What does it mean? (The “mud” reference will make more sense as you read on.) Well, even though I would NOT recommend putting El Yucateco’s XXXtr...
 
 
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Doritos Dynamita: Chile Limón flavor

Studio edit: They taste like salty, whole corn Fruity Pebbles. Director’s cut: I like Post Fruity Pebbles, but I don’t want my “Mexican” themed snacks to taste like an American pop-culture breakfast item. I was skeptical about ...