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Mountain Man Roasted Corn, Garlic, and Chipotle Sauce Review

Mountain Man Roasted Corn, Garlic, and Chipotle Sauce – This Mountain Man sauce is everything you’d expected from the finely crafted sauces Mountain Man puts out. Those sauces include Mountain Man Garlic Pepper Sauce and Mountain Man Roasted habanero Sauce. Mountain Man sauces are exquisite blends of ingredients and unique flavors to tickle the palate. I mean, really, give me a break. Just take a look at the name of this sauce. It makes my mouth water just thinking about it.

Apple cider, vinegar, chipotle peppers,  roasted corn, tomato puree, molasses, garlic, salt, and brown sugar. Continue Reading

Obama’s Health Care BBQ Sauce Review

Obama’s Health Care BBQ Sauce – My family and I are barbecue junkies. It’s a fact of life. We have a two-level deck and four barbecue pits. When we barbecue, we feed the family, friends, and friends of friends. We typically employ several barbecue sauces at one time, sometimes together, and in the case of sauce  that stand on their own, single sauces. This is why Summer in Georgia is so fine.

Obama’s Health Care BBQ Sauce contains some surprising, and very well-used, ingredients. There’s ketchup, honey, mustard, molasses, chipotle peppers, red wine vinegar, Worcestershire sauce, onions, brown sugar, liquid smoke, hot sauce, garlic, and some assorted spices. Continue Reading

Joe Perry’s Bone Yard Brew Hot Sauce Review

Joe Perry’s Bone Yard Brew Hot Sauce – Aerosmith rocks, in part due to the blues rock fusion in Joe Perry’s searing guitar riffs and solos. Joe Perry, however, continues to rock after the amps have been turned off. Joe Perry’s Rock your World sauces are top of the line. His Peach Mango is one of the best sweet heat combos I’ve ever tried, so when I saw the Bone Yard Brew, I couldn’t wait to give it a try.

Joe Perry’s Bone Yard Brew Hot Sauce is 100 percent all natural and that’s a fact. You can taste the absence of no preservatives; you can taste the freshness in every single drop of this beautiful crafted hot sauce. And believe me, the sauce is beautifully crafted. It’s a work of art. Continue Reading

Swamp Honky Chipotle Barbecue Sauce Review

Swamp Honky Chipotle Barbecue Sauce – Ketchup, honey, mustard, molasses, chipotle peppers, red wine vinegar, Worcestershire sauce, onions, brown sugar, liquid smoke, hot sauce, garlic, and a blend of spices combine in Swamp Honky Chipotle Barbecue Sauce to deliver a savory, smoky barbecue sauce that’s perfect for steaks, hot dogs, hamburgers, and chicken. I don’t even bother to throw the meat on the grill. If I fry up a hamburger or cook a hot dog, this stuff goes  right on the bun. If I broil a steak, I pour this stuff right on top. In fact, as a steak sauce, it’s pretty darn good.

I’m a fan of the chipotle. For those keeping score, a chipotle is a smoke-dried jalepeno, and believe me, they are good. Continue Reading

Bear Claw Chipotle Barbecue Sauce Review

Bear Claw Chipotle Barbecue Sauce – This will burn the hair off your pooper. That’s what the label on the bottle says. Truth be told, it isn’t that hot, but there is a nice little warmth that rolls through your tummy after you take a taste. The chipotle flavor comes through — a nice smoked pepper flavor that begs for a grilled steak, ribs, or even a simple barbecued hamburger.

Bear Claw Chipotle Barbecue Sauce pours easy. It’s got a sweet underlying flavor with that plays nice with the smoked pepper. All the usual suspects are in the ingredients, including garlic, bell peppers, sugar, salt, pepper, onion, Worcestershire sauce, and a bunch of other things that give this barbecue sauce a sweet, slightly tangy flavor. The surprise addition here is the crushed pineapple, which is where the sweet overtones come in. Continue Reading

Night of the Living BBQ Sauce Review

Night of the Living BBQ Sauce (killer name) is cut from the same cloth as Kansas City’s Cowtown Barbecue Sauce. The difference here is in the balance of flavors. While this one maintains a touch of the Kansas City barbecue style flavor, the focus is on something a little more outside the box. The ingredients include ketchup, light brown sugar, chipotle puree, white vinegar, Worcestershire Sauce, mustard flower, smoke flavor, and spices.

The smoke flavoring and the chipotle puree really give Night of the Living BBQ Sauce a heavy smoky character. The chipotle delivers a very mild heat that adds to the savory aspect of the flavor. Continue Reading

Joe Perry’s Rock Your World Boneyard Brew Hot Sauce Review

Generally when famous people put their name and face to a product the result is little more than humorous. The George Forman grill for example, or Bob Dole hocking Viagra. So when I received a bottle of Joe Perry’s Rock Your World Boneyard Brew Hot Sauce I was prepared for worst–and in for a severe shock. Perry’s sauce is one of the best tasting hot sauces I’ve sampled in recent memory.

The sauce comes in miniature flask with a picture of Perry firing off an epic riff on the guitar. The bottle boasts no grandiose claims of sever pain within, no warnings to use with care. Its actually refreshing that a sauce that average taste buds would find fiery isn’t playing up the fear factor. Continue Reading

Charlie’s Hard Times Hot Sauce Review

The shtick behind Charlie’s Hard Times Hot Sauce is that in these trying economic times, one shouldn’t have to settle or compromise in order to afford and enjoy their hot sauce.  I immediately liked where this was going.  “Don’t wait for the government to give you a bailout,” proclaimed the label.  “Bailout your bored taste buds with this sauce!”  The label features a broke broker drawn in an abstract style and a short narrative detailing that the products were designed to keep everyone in the sauce “until we get through this mess.”

Of course, some people might remember that “Hard Times” is a novel written by Charles Dickens, making this English major laugh at the down trodden figure front and center on the bottle’s label.  Continue Reading

Spicy Chipotle Chili Recipe

Ingredients:

Rasberry Chipotle Sauce Recipe

Ingredients:

  • 2 tablespoons olive oil
  • 2 large jalapeno peppers, seeded and diced
  • 2 cloves garlic, minced
  • 4 teaspoons adobo sauce
  • 2 (6 ounce) containers fresh raspberries
  • 1/2 cup apple cider vinegar
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 1/4 cup brown sugar
  • 1/2 cup white sugar

Directions:

  1. Heat olive oil in a skillet over medium heat. Stir in jalapenos; cook until tender, about 5 minutes.
  2. Mix in garlic, and adobo sauce; bring to a simmer.
  3. Stir the raspberries into the sauce; cook until soft, about 3 minutes.
  4. Stir in the vinegar, salt, brown sugar, and white sugar. Mix well.
  5. Simmer until thickened and reduced by half, about 15 minutes.
  6. Transfer sauce to a heatproof bowl; allow to cool to room … Continue Reading

Chipotle Sauce Recipe

Ingredients:

  • 1/2 cup plain yogurt
  • 1/2 cup mayonnaise
  • 2 teaspoons pureed chipotle peppers in adobo sauce

Directions:

  1. In a small bowl, mix together the yogurt, mayonnaise, and chipotle peppers until smooth. Chill until serving.

Mountain Man Roasted Corn, Garlic & Chipotle Sauce Review

This sauce was a hit the moment I opened the bottle. First of all, getting it out of my wife’s hands was a challenge. She absolutely loves Mountain Man Roasted Corn, Garlic & Chipotle Sauce. I can’t blame her. I always love a good chipotle sauce; Mountain Man has figured out how to blend flavors beyond compare.

This is not the first Mountain Man sauce I’ve tried. One of the key things I enjoy about Mountain Man sauces is the way the ingredients are selected to play off one another in a well balanced symphony of taste (yep, I used a cheesy metaphor, but who cares, right?). Continue Reading

Blair’s Death Hot Sauce Review

I never get tired of sauces made with peppers. It doesn’t matter if we’re talking about pepper sauce, dipping sauce, wing sauce, or barbecue sauce; if peppers are the point of the sauce, I want to know about it. Of course, the more individual a sauce, the better I like it. After you’ve used as many pepper-based sauces as I have, your palette becomes a bit jaded. It takes a special sauce to get a rise out of me these days.

Enter Blair’s Death Sauce. The name alone gives you an indication of what lies waiting for you within. As a bonus, the sauce comes with a skull key chain attached to the bottle, which, call me a kid, gave me a little rush of excitement. It’s hanging on my key chain right now. Continue Reading

Blair’s MegaDeath Hot Sauce Review

Even though the name implies otherwise, you will definitely feel alive after even just the smallest amount of Blair’s Mega Death Hot Sauce. This is one of the hottest sauces on the market but not the spiciest for Blair’s which claims their Ultra Death is even hotter.

The bottle comes in a box and contains Blair’s signature skull keychain, which is proof positive that you survived death. The warning label proclaims, “Be warned: this sauce contains ingredients 500 times hotter than a jalapeno chile. Use sparingly. Not recommended for use without dilution.” Continue Reading

Iguana Smoky Chipotle Pepper Sauce Review

A deep reddish brown sauce in a bottle with an angry looking iguana smoking a cigar and wearing a military uniform must yield an interesting product, right? The tagline reads “Smoky, Savory, & Sort’a Hot”. Is it smoky? Yes. Is it savory? A little. Is it hot? No. Well, my grandma might think it is hot, but she also thinks that bell peppers offer a ‘kick’, so I’m not taking her advice on this one.

The first smell of the Iguana Smoky Chipotle Pepper Sauce makes you smell it again. What is that smell? A few more sniffs reveal hints of a Worcestershire-sauce type smell (methinks it could be the ‘artificial smoke flavoring’ listed in the ingredients). Overtones of oregano are also discernable. Continue Reading

Mountain Man Corn, Garlic, & Chipotle Sauce Review

Well someone’s gotta stop the flaming ass madness. Or at least allow new blood into the club of hot sauce fools. This is where Mountain Man comes in. If it was on a long shelf of sauces it would run more to spicy BBQ sauces or rubs than the flamers. This is definitely entry-level stuff. Trainer wheels. My young niece took a shot at Mountain Man. No-one can hurt themselves with Mountain Man Corn, Garlic, & Chipotle Hot Sauce. In fact the word “hot” doesn’t even appear on the bottle. The only thing bringing heat in this mix is the rather mild chipotle pepper. Chipotle this and chipotle that seems to be everywhere these days which attests to the “pop” mildness and flavor of this pepper. Continue Reading

Blair’s Hot Sauce Review

I have loved any and all hot food and hot sauce for what feel like a bazillion years, yet somehow I only recently found out about the “Blair’s Death Sauce” range.  Now I am wondering how on earth I survived any family dinner growing up without it.

I received my first bottle of this and liked it so much, I found myself running to buy another bottle a couple of days later before the delivery of some late-night pizza.  Blair’s Hot Sauce, awarded “Best Hot Sauce” at the 2002 Fiery Food Challenge, is a solid infusion of each and every one of the ingredients used.  Upon removing the cap, your first whiff reveals chilies, vinegar, and a touch of smoke (from the chipotle).  I actually sneezed twice after my inaugural bite.  The sauce also features ripe habaneros, cayenne chilies, chipotles, key lime juice, and crushed garlic.  Continue Reading

Blair’s Mega Death Hot Sauce Review

Blairs MegaDeath Hot Sauce

So, you think you’ve had a hot sauce before? Maybe it was the most painful looking option you could find in your local grocery store, something with claims of pain and horrible nights ahead on the bottle. The odds are it was surprisingly hot, but not nearly up to the task of destroying your tongue in the manner you expected. Enter Blair’s Mega Death Hot Sauce. This sauce claims a heat factor of over 500,000 scovilles, more than 500 times hotter than a Jalapeno. It’s not just that it’s so incredibly hot though. There are a few hot sauces out there that claim to be hotter – and for my money it doesn’t matter at a certain point. It’s about the raw kick in the butt this stuff will give you, regardless of the dilution you give it. Continue Reading

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