Welcome to this week’s edition of hot sauce blog weekly roundup.
ScottRobertsWeb – Congratulations to Scott Roberts for hitting 10,000 posts! Check out his 10000 post hot sauce give away. There is a certainly a lot of great products in this bunch and best of all any money received will go to the Step up for Charity organization.
InsaneChicken’s Hot Sauce Blog– They had several entertaining posts this week including Peppers Prep Your for Fresh Soup, Use Cocoa in Your Sweet and Spicy Rubs for a Taste Explosion and How to Make Your Own Ground Red Chili Pepper Spice. Not in a million years would I have thought of using cocoa in my bbq rubs or a nice little post about making your own pepper spice. These are some of the great little things that you pickup from this blog.
IloveitSpicy.com – Well Buddha and team have been busy this week. First this week is Jeremy Walsh of Bigfats Hot Sauce Chomps a Trinidad Scorpion. For those of you not in the know, the Trinidad Scorpion chile presently is the hottest pepper in the world. Whilst at the Bowers Chile Festival we got a reluctant volunteer to eat one. His name is Jeremy Walsh of Bigfats Hot Sauce. You have to watch the video. They added reviews of Alicita Salsa – Original and Hot Lava Jelly & Jam Co. Alicita Salsa created by Suzanne Fields, founder and CEO of Alicita World of Foods, Alicita Salsa® is a special treat for salsa lovers. Alicita Salsa – named for Suzanne’s mother, Alice – originated on a farm in Kansas with homegrown tomatoes and a recipe that has been in her family for decades. Hot Lava Jelly & Jam Co. products are for the serious hot pepper enthusiasts there is Habanero Hell and Heatwave which is a milder version. For an unbeatable experience choose from four delicious fruit flavors. They are Strawberry Sizzle, Passion Fruit Pizazz, Peach with a Punch and Mango with Muscle. The latest post is UCCFS: Meatloaf vs Enchiladas Round 1. Where you can vote on which you prefer. The Ultimate Chilehead Comfort Food Showdown continues on with another 4 seed, Meatloaf trying to tackle 13 seed Enchiladas. When people refer to comfort food, they often think of something homemade, and meatloaf is one of those type of meals. I for one was scared at my Mom’s creepy creation as it moved across our dining table, but for many this meaty offering brings warm memories of dinner at home. In today’s world, meatloaf has changed to be more than just beef and sauce in a casserole dish. There are so many variations with vegetables, cheese and other forms of meat, even the sauce varies from loaf to loaf. Enchiladas is quite versatile as well. There really is no atypical enchilada as the soft tortillas are stuffed with a variety of meat, cheese and veggies and the sauce can be red, green or cheesy. On top, cheese is customary as it is usually melted above the sauce. This Mexican food is just as popular to some as the tacos are, and perhaps a favorite in New Mexico where the popularity of red and green sauce is most prevalent. Vote today!!!
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