REVIEWS: Pepper Nutz – High Falls Habanero

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Our precise blend of mangoes, peppers (habanero and red bell), and spices makes this sauce an awesome dipping sauce for just about any food, but we love it on steak subs, fajitas, and fish tacos.

Ingredients: Mango, Red Wine Vinegar, Water, Natural Sugar, Onions, Red Bell Peppers, Habanero Peppers, Lime Juice, Garlic, Salt, Cilantro, Xanthan Gum, and Spices.

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REVIEWS: Pepper Nutz – Ghost Fusion

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Ghost… Ghost…Ghost! Thats right, we just had to include this one in our line of ROC CITY hot sauces for those who enjoy a bit more heat and the flavors from the fruit of the Ghost pepper. Also small-batch crafted and all-natural, this sauce features a blend of Ghost peppers, our special chile sauce, and a unique spice blend to create a deep and smoky sauce with an even consistency.

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REVIEWS: Pepper Nutz – Rum Runner

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Who we are:

Peppernutz.com is a family run business that evolved into an online hot sauce emporium based on generations of ” Chile-Heads”. Our family has a long tradition of creating meals, dips, snacks, drinks… you name it – all things hot… in attempt to entertain our loved ones. After years of growing up in a chile pepper loving environment and enjoying the adventures of seeking our planet for the most unique and flavorful pepper products, it was only natural to have a second refrigerator dedicated to just hot foods, fresh peppers, pepper sauces, and pepper extracts.

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REVIEW: Liao’s Food – Chili Chutney

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The story of my new company (and new sauce) starts with my dad. His story is a textbook American dream. Chinese but born and raised in Kolkata, India, he and his nine siblings grew up in a rather humble economic environment. At age 13 he started working to help the family—in a tannery, as a shoemaker, and then in a restaurant, where he found his passion. He came to America in 1980 with one suitcase, a few dollars, and an incredible work ethic.

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REVIEW: Little Bird Curious Confections – Fire Bites

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We are Corey and Sara Meyer, owners of Little Bird. We make all sorts of strange and wonderfully curious confections in Queens, New York.

Like many great origin stories it all began with Chocolate Covered Orange Peels. Sara made them as a present for Corey. They came out great. So Sara started candying everything in the house. She decided to try candied Jalapeños. Corey told her that she was nuts. Sara didn’t listen, as usual. Good thing this time. They were awesome. Sara brought the candied Jalapeños to work and her co-workers placed orders. Little Bird was hatched.

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REVIEW: Katies Snack Foods LLC – Scorpion & Scorpion XXX

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Welcome to Katie’s Snack Foods, home of the famous Katie’s Beef Jerky! We are a family business based in Hilliard, Ohio, just outside Columbus. I’m excited to share my products and my story with you. Business is booming, and I’m always eager to hear from my customers, so please Contact Us and share your feedback!

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REVIEWS: Mr. B’s – Dragons Breath

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We are located in South St. Louis and have a micro farm producing hot peppers, cucumber & tomatoes that we sell and use to create salsa, spicy glazes, beer glazes, hot sauce and pickles. Our goal is to create fun, great tasting, healthy, clean, & spicy food. We do not use pesticides in our garden, lady bugs are the best natural pesticide. We believe everything you add to the soil comes thru your produce. We’ve always tried to invest in our community partnering with local sources to produce savory new items. Keep it simple, keep it local!!

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REVIEWS: Lucky Dog – Brown Label

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Brown Label – Ridiculously Tasty Mustard Chipotle Hot Sauce

Lucky Dog Hot Sauce’s Brown Label is ridiculously tasty!

A unique style of medium heat chipotle sauce, with the rich notes of Meco chipotles and a dynamic balance between mustard, chipotle and cumin. Bartlett pear juice and figs add very subtle sweetness, while the creeping heat of the scotch bonnet chile builds in heat in a slow & sneaky way.

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