Posts Tagged ‘eat more heat’
 
 
 
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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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Sadie’s of New Mexico – Roasted Green Chile Salsa

The flavors of green chile and tomato are pretty immediate, as well as a bit of salty onion and garlic, but none of them overpowers the other too much.  There is a noted smokey component to this, but it plays in the background.
 
Snake River Farms Wagyu Brisket

 
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Kickstarting The Sauceman’s Satchel LIVE

Tonight on the live show we’re going to be kickstarting The Sauceman’s Satchel! Friend of the show John Konesky is utilizing Kickstarter to help the chilehead world accessorize. |
 
 
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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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Silverleaf International LIVE

Tonight on the live show Adriane from Silverleaf International will be stopping by the studio to let us sample their extensive line of ghost pepper products. |
 
 
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Saso Sauce in the bottle
Saso Sauce in the bottle
Saso Sauce in the bottle

Deer Camp’s Over/Under Apple – Cranberry

Deer Camp Over/Under Apple-Cranberry sauce has a surprisingly high amount of heat and low amount of cranberry flavor. Otherwise, it made a pretty decent Apple-Habanero sauce. |
 
Snake River Farms Wagyu Brisket

 
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Tank’s Premium – Bloody Mary Mix and Rimmer & Seasoning

In honor of this newly found day to get in some extra party time, we’re checking out what sounds like a bloody mary mix and a seasoning/rimmer for it made for a man’s man, from Tank’s Premium.
 
 
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iBurn EAT MORE HEAT! Live

Tonight on the live show we’re all about shameless self promotion. Yup, iBurn went live over the weekend, and we’re going to talk about the site all night. |
 

 
 
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Home Grown Salsa, by Hair of the Dog

It may not be National Salsa Month anymore, but I'm not going to let that stop me from reviewing the Hair of the Dog's Home Grown Salsa. I hope it lives up to the delicious standard set by their sauce!
 
 
BBQ Sauce Reviews
 

Sweet Island Pepper BBQ Sauce, by McCormick

Sometimes, though, I do like to browse the aisles of my local HEB and hope something catches my eye, something that can serve as a more accessible alternative to our readers who cannot easily obtain the things we normally revie...