Below are RSS feeds from the vast majority of some of the best hot sauce and chilehead sites on the web. To add these to an RSS reader program or webpage that can contain RSS feeds (such as my.yahoo.com, google.com/reader, netvibes.com, etc.), simply right click on any link below and select “Copy Shortcut” or “Copy Link Location” (depending on your browser). Then copy and paste it into your feed reader site or program.
I Love It Spicy – This is our feed. Subscribe to keep track of the latest.
Hot Sauce Daily – Excellent fiery foods blog run by Brian and Marilyn Meagher. They also host a hot sauce and BBQ podcast at http://www.hotsauceweekly.com.
The Hot Pepper Forums – This feed lists the latest new forum posts of one of the most popular chile pepper message boards.
Fiery Foods & BBQ SuperSite – This is Dave DeWitt’s personal blog. Updated every few weeks and occasionally has something of interest.
Eat More Heat – Site run by fiery foods fan James Beck. James and his co-horts also host a live, spicy-themed video web show every Tuesday night at http://www.stickam.com/eatmoreheat.
The Chile Foundry – UK Chile site. Frequently updated and sometimes has items of interest to North American chileheads.
Community Hot Sauce Blog Catch-All Feed – This RSS feed contains the few updates that have been made by members of community.hotsauceblog.com since the demise of the main site back in October ’08. Not much to see here any more.
Chilli Temple– The Chilli Temple, the newest free thinking free speaking, social chilli community on the web. We at chilli temple would love to hear from you in the new chilli forums.
Hot Sauce Fever is a place for anyone to review and rate their favorite, or not so favorite, hot sauce. Enter your e-mail, and we’ll notify you when the site launches this Fall (2011). You can win a Mini 4-pack of Blair’s Hot Sauce, if you share our link.
The Sauce Guru was created on the simple principle that one place to get sauces from all over the world was more easier than going to your local grocer to only find a few brands. Created in 2012 by Russell Smith, TheSauceGuru.com was born.
Peppers’ Screaming Mimi Award Winning Products for Sale – The NYC Hot Sauce Expo had a special spicy product award called the Screamin’ Mimis. At Peppers.com you will be able to purchase some of these prestigious award winning products.
iBURN.COM – An online and brick and mortar store in the Houston, TX area. They carry many of the world best and award winning small batch companies this website was founded on. You will see many of the Lenny Award Winning products throughout your shopping experience. They are a very customer friendly, so reach out to them to ask questions or recommendations.
Peppers’ Recipes – You can find some great spicy recipes from the good people at Peppers.com. You will find some great mouth watering meals here. Check it out!
Heat Hot Sauce Shop – This is both an online and a brick and mortar store in the Berkley, California area. They feature a Hot Sauce of the Month Club and some great artisan spicy products. They believe in supporting other local small businesses, so many of the sauces they offer are made locally in the Bay Area. If you live near by, come visit their Berkeley storefront to experience their hot sauce tasting bar, with over 50 free samples daily.
SAUCEWORLD – This online spicy shopping experience delivers an amazing variety of small & large craft hot sauces, bbq sauces, spicy mustards, marinades, rubs, fiery snacks and more!
Lily’s Chillies – A Sussex-based business set up by husband and wife team, Jason & Charlotte Lacny, producing award winning handmade, luxury chilli jellies and ketchups.
PepperNutz.com – PepperNutz has an online hot sauce and fiery foods emporium with over 1,200 products from all over the world sorted by heat-level. They also have a one of the premier Private Label programs to help restaurants, breweries, wineries, retailers, and corporations everywhere custom brand their own lines of sauces and rubs. Use code “ILOVEITSPICY” for a 15% discount with every online retail order.
2 thoughts on “Spicy Links”
Wow Al, First I’m sorry about your Dad. I lost my dad last July. James Schneider honored my dad with a Black Lagoon hot sauce Hamburger where he was a Chef. Plus I never knew you are so involved in the Hot Sauce community. Keep up the great work brother
Thanks much Jim. I love this community and wanted to share the love back.