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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 ...
 

 
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Hellfire Hot Sauce Private Reserve: Pure Hell

Hellfire Hot Sauce Private Reserve: Pure Hell. Just the name conjures visions of fire, brimstone and eternal torment (Mmmm, tasty, tasty torment). But, this sauce gives the spicy foods connoisseur something else. It gives us so...
 
 
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Ka-Ranch Hot Sauce

Ka-Ranch hot sauce has the distinction of being the very first product I get the privilege to review free of charge. It wasn’t sent to me from Ka-Ranch, but it came from a good friend of mine who’d seen Ka-Ranch’s booth at R...
 

 
 
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Pico Pica

I wanted to include a quick word about a sauce I had mentioned briefly in an enchilada recipe in an earlier review: Pico Pica Real Mexican Style Hot Sauce. First off, this sauce is “Mexican-style” in that it is reminiscent R...
 
 
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CaJohns Mongoose

You can probably tell by the picture of the bottle of CaJohn’s Mongoose that it’s quite a bit less than full. Well, that should be taken as a good sign of what I think of it. If CaJohn’s Mongoose weren’t a …
 
Snake River Farms Wagyu Brisket

 
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Slap Ya Mama Cajun Seasoning

Slap ya mama! Okay, don’t do that, but I definitely encourage you to try “Slap Ya Mama” Cajun seasoning. There’s really not a lot to say about this one, but that it’s incredibly tasty and good on j...