Posts Tagged ‘serrano’
 
 
 
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Matanzima African Hot Sauce review

From Zululand, South Africa, Matanzima Hot Sauce is thick, rich and flavorful. This 2012 Scovie Award winner (1st Place – International Foods “World Beat”) is made with fresh ginger, garlic, tomatoes, mustard ...
 
 
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Wicked Tickle – Ol Smokey

One thing I have to come realize in the past year or so is that I love meat that has been smoked, though I’m still on the fence about hot sauces having that smokiness. I have had some that are really memorable, and some t...
 

 
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Maya Kaimal – Spicy Ketchup

Now, the idea of a spicy ketchup isn't all that unique in itself, but usually it's done through just some black pepper addition or a touch of a typical Louisiana style sauce.  What was a bit different here was that this was in ...
 
 
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Week of Mild: Day 7: Cin Chili Serrano Hot Sauce

  Our final review for our Week of Mild series features Cin Chili & Company’s Serrano Hot Sauce. You’ll want to have this sauce on hand for any upcoming football gatherings as it is perfect doused over you...
 

 
 
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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...
 
 
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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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Lucky Dog Fire Roasted Hot Pepper Sauce

  Lucky Dog Hot Sauce – “Food’s Best Friend”, comes from the Sonoma, California kitchen of Scott Zalkind. Featuring fire-roasted hot peppers, Scott offers three versions of Lucky Dog Hot Sauce. R...