The Fire Dawgs are back minus the beloved Chief Miguel. We do have two substitutes to go along with Hector and Danny, and they are Jimmy & George. Welcome aboard guys. As with all videos we do at the Ashburn Fire House in Virginia we have all the bells and whistles to go along with our review. We had to cut a little bit so as not to shock you, so if you see a little chop or two you will know why. Thanks again to them for taking the time in between fighting fires and rescuing kittens from trees.
Our review today is brought to you by A Bit of Bite Salsa from Miamisburg, Ohio. We met them at the North Market Fiery Food Show, and I must say they had one of the best Mango Salsas I have ever had in my life. It was incredible to say the least, and would have won the Low Carb Challenge hands down if in fact it was actually a low carb salsa. I do hope they add it to their salsa line. At any rate, we brought their hottest salsa (Heiny Hot) to the Fire Dawgs to see what they had to say about it. Before that, check out A Bit of A Background from this salsa company…
“I began my love affair with health and nutrition when I found out I was pregnant for the first time. I eagerly purchased my first book on healthy eating to ensure my family had the best nutrition. I have since learned to appreciate the simplicity of our food and how it can nurture us. Today I am proud to be part of a movement that is coming back into balance with our food system, our health and our planet; A Bit of a Bite Salsa embraces these ideals.
With my very first batch of salsa in 1998, I could already imagine what would become the signature A Bit of a Bite Salsa flavor. I spent the next 11 years tweaking recipes and sharing new blends of tomatoes, herbs and spices with friends and family until I settled on the three delicious recipes that make up the core of our brand.
In 2009, I made a jar of salsa for a coworker, Daniel and scribbled “a bit of a bite” on the lid. When he saw the jar he exclaimed, “Peg, I like the name of your salsa business!” to which I replied, “What name?” After that I thought, “that is a good name” and the rest is history. Oh, and of course he loved the salsa!
Since the beginning, I’ve remained committed to the values that lead to that first batch of salsa; healthy, locally-sourced ingredients, and the desire to produce the best salsa available.”