Ever wonder what’s in your barbecue sauces? If you love barbecue and grilling out, you owe yourself a favor: learning about the repertoire of delicious barbecue sauces available at Mild to Wild. Why Wild to Mild?
While less newsworthy than say, cracking the human genome, the genome of the pepper plant has been cracked and scientists have been able to sort out what specific genes are responsible for a pepper plant’s spiciness. By discovering it, this paves the way for pepper growers everywhere to engineer even hotter hot peppers.
Most people hear the words “finishing sauce for barbecue” in cooking programs. However, have you heard of a finishing barbecue sauce? Mild to Wild does not cease to shake the barbecue market, so let us introduce you to our founder’s original: Jim Campbell’s true-to-goodness, Original Finishing Sauce.
Make this season THE season to grow your own peppers. You can grow them in pots. You can grow them in the soil. Whether you like them mild or sweet, or diving in to tantalizing heat, there is a pepper for every taste. If you have access to a greenhouse or a warm sunny window, you can start growing peppers from your own seeds. Starting your … Read More
You may think of hot sauce as something that’s used to add “kick” to your food. The truth is that hot sauce does more than just make your food taste great, as it can also provide you with some amazing health benefits. If you want to fight illness and prevent chronic disease, the answer could be to eat more hot sauce.
London broil—it’s one of the easiest cuts of meat to barbecue and it’s not very pricey so you can feed a big family with it. For these two reasons it should become a normal part of your meal planning. However, the only flaw with this meat is that, if you aren’t attentive, a London broil can be overcooked and you’re … Read More
The winter months are tailor-made for roasting foods but where does that leave your favorite bottle of chipotle barbecue sauce? If you’re smart, it’s still right on your counter. Chipotle barbecue sauce is for more than just chilling and grilling or tailgating near the 50 yard line. It may also be used to jazz up roasted and braised meats.
Pepper Growing: A Guide to the Different Varieties. There’s nothing quite like picking your own peppers fresh from the garden. When growing peppers, it’s a good idea to plant several varieties to ensure you have lots of options for cooking with. Here are a few choices to consider for your own home garden.
To chiliheads, the Scoville heat units (SHUs) that measure the heat intensity of peppers are considered badges of honor. Pepper growers are constantly developing new varieties of peppers that ratchet up the heat to a level where they could almost be considered deadly weapons. There are also the heat seekers who are willing to push the boundaries of human endurance by … Read More