Fiber Joe reviews Alamo City Pepper Products’ Jalapeno Lime Pepper

Mark Rodriquez of Alamo City Pepper Products sought me out to meet at the Fiery Food Show to do a review for his products, but I wasn’t going. I set up for him to meet with one of my reviewers at some point during the 3 day show. I wasn’t planning on going, but at the last hour I got cheap airline tickets and I was off. So when Mark met up with me he was surprised that I had changed my mind. I introduced him to Fiber Joe and we were all set to review 2 of his everyday spicy table-style products. He might not call them that, but I think salt and pepper are table products. Mark took everyday salt and pepper and added something with flavor and a little kick to it. In Joe’s 2nd review he will try out the Jalapeno Salt. Mark also makes seasonings as well, and let Joe have his new Honey Jolokia seasoning to review which will be our 3rd review to come in the next couple of weeks.

All of Alamo City Pepper Products are:
100% All Natural Seasonings and Spices

The 2 other products he gave Joe to review are the Jalapeno Salt and the Honey Jolokia Seasoning. Here is a little about Alamo City Pepper Products…

Try our all natural food seasonings that can be used right at the table as a condiment or used to season food before cooking. No need to marinate, just add one of our unique seasonings! We strive to bring you a great tasting product without any chemicals, msg or irradiation. Just clean, all natural seasoning. If you like the fresh flavor of citrus and chile peppers, you’ll love our seasonings. They are a careful and smooth blend of chile peppers, fresh citrus and other spices.

Our all natural, gluten-free seasonings will elevate your food to the next level of flavor.

In keeping with our goal of producing natural spice blends, we are proud to use Redmond Real Salt. Redmond Real Salt is an ancient sea salt mined from Utah and contains 50+ trace minerals including iodine. It is unrefined, pure, and all natural and has an award-winning taste.

Our seasonings can be used at the table making it easy to bring new flavors to your food. Or our seasoning to your meat, fish, seafood or vegetables before cooking and eliminate the need to marinate. An easy way to amaze your family. Also, use our seasonings on fresh fruit, raw vegetables or on snack foods like peanuts, popcorn, chips etc.

We look for new and unique ways for blending peppers, citrus and spices to bring you innovative seasonings. And once you try our unique seasonings, check out our classic seasonings also – they are fabulous too.
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8 thoughts on “Fiber Joe reviews Alamo City Pepper Products’ Jalapeno Lime Pepper

  • July 10, 2012 at 9:23 pm

    I love this stuff. Gotta get more. Great on steak and chicken.

  • November 24, 2012 at 1:44 pm

    Alamo City Pepper Products has been probably the worst company I have ever dealt with. I ordered 4oz of ghost chili powder on the 11th with 3-5 day shipping and they never even got it in the mail until the 18th. It’s the 24th and still hasn’t arrived. I messaged them about it twice and still haven’t got a reply so very poor customer service to say the least. I would recommend nobody do business with them, especially of their product is anything like their customer relations services. Expecting a refund for shipping!!!

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