Crazy Good began with two New Mexican style hot sauces – Southwest Sweet Heat Sauce (green), and Red Chile Hot Sauce. Along with their companion Dusts (rubs) of Green Chile Dust and Red Chile Dust, Chef Jim O’Br...
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The fragrance of habanero overpowers any suggestion of strawberry and has a mild but expected scent of vinegar. The taste is immediate prominent habanero with a very light sweet aftertaste, followed by the warming heat of the p...
The heat on this one doesn't really build or stack, though, and I quickly became accustomed to it to the point that I didn't even notice it after a few bites. But I didn't stop at a few bites!
It smells of a habanero kick with notes of garlic and onion, and the carrots provide a vibrant color that makes this stuff stand out.
When I took this sauce with me to a restaurant, both my wife and the waitress were nearly blown away when I dumped it on my fries because of “how hot it smelled.” This sauce worked very well with spaghetti, surprisi...