My Favorite Things!
There are many fabulous spicy foods out there and I wanted to share some of my personal favorite spicy things with you. I also ship a selection of my favorite things right to your door each season with my Heat Seeker Box. Check it out if you’d like to experience my spicy favorites for yourself.
Chef Iron Mike currently offers six unique sauces, each with their own signature flavor. Chef Mike’s sauces are mild enough to be enjoyed by everyone.
This Louisiana-style cayenne-based sauce is great on a wide variety of foods. Bootlikker Hot Sauce is all about the balance of flavor and heat.
Volcanic Peppers Darth Sambal is a chile pepper paste made from a variety of chili peppers combined with ingredients such as lime, ginger and garlic.
This sauce has a respectable level of heat, but it’s not too overpowering, which allows you to fully enjoy the delicious flavor.
Heavenly Fire Salsa masterfully combines Jalapeños, Habaneros, Bhut Jolokia (ghost peppers), Scorpion Peppers, and Carolina Reaper peppers.
Besides just have simply the cutest name, Purple Panda Oil puts a twist on traditional Sichuan chili oils by blending the perfect mix of spiciness, smokiness and flavor.
F.I.T. BRINE is a gourmet spice blend that tenderizes meat, infuses it with flavor, and keeps meat juicy. Simply mix F.I.T. Brine with meat & water and soak overnight.
Born to Hula’s multi-award winning Ghost of Ancho hot sauce. A fairly spicy sauce with sweet and smoky notes created by smoked ghost peppers.
This is a kicked up Mexican style hot sauce with a great smoky flavor. It’s hot, but not too hot to enjoy.
An impossibly delicious Thai chile pineapple hot sauce, with toasted onion, roasted garlic, toasted sesame, honey, ginger & lime.
Large chunks of cucumber paired with habanero peppers, ghost peppers, Carolina Reaper powder, garlic, and fresh dill.
Made in South Africa, this sauce is a fiery blend of sun-ripened lemons, African Bird’s Eye peppers, spices and garlic. Peri-Peri sauce is traditionally used on chicken.
Review of 3 sauces from award-winning Lucky Dog Hot Sauce. It’s easy to see why they have racked up so many wins. These are all hearty sauces with bold, honest flavors.
Melinda’s makes some of my favorite hot sauces, but there is something special about the Scotch Bonnet sauce that keeps me wanting it on everything.
This Rojo Hatchanero is a combination of Red Hatch and Habanero peppers and has a great flavor and a good amount of heat
Stonewall Kitchen has a decent kick, a good amount of lemon flavor and just the right level of zesty seasoning
This is the kind of sauce that can really go on anything, beef, chicken and seafood and would make a great wing sauce.