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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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Eagle Wingz Extreme Sauce

The bottle looks identical, or at least the label does.  No, it looks almost identical.  This has the original label, but with a blue 'EXTREME' stamped across it.  Even the ingredients look identical, except there's the additio...
 

 
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Island Time Hot Pepper Sauce

While this sauce does have the traditional orange tint found in most standard sauces, it's actually surprisingly chunky. There's practically a salsa-like consistency in here, or at least something similar to a thick spaghetti ...
 
 
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Eagle Wingz – Chesapeake Style Hot Sauce

If you think of Old Bay in your mind, and give it an average color, that's what this looks like, but in sauce form.  The orange pastel is flecked with spots of visible flavor, like black pepper, and it flows with pause yet pour...
 

 
 
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Heartbreaking Dawns Trail Preserves Live Archive

Video archive of EAT MORE HEAT! Live with guest Johnny McLaughlin of Heartbreaking Dawns. We review HBD's Fiery, Datil & Strawberry Scorpion Trail Preserves. |
 
 
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Hair of the Dog Garlic Serrano Hot Sauce

It was then that I met the folks from Hair of the Dog, a Fulton-based manufacturer of salsas, spices, and hot sauces, among other things. Though I certainly had some options, I settled on a bottle of their Garlic Serrano hot s...
 
Snake River Farms Wagyu Brisket

 
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Tropical Heat, by Ed’s Roadhouse

Brian reviews the Tropical Heat hot sauce from Ed's Roadhouse, makers of some of the hottest beef jerky around.
 
 
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Rocky’s Hot Sauce – Lime

Brian tackles Rocky's Lime sauce, the final product in his four-week Rocky's review roundup.
 

 
 
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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.