Mild to Wild: The Righteous ‘n Red Set

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At Mild to Wild, our Righteous n’ Red Set features two of our most popular sauces; Ralphs Righteous Habanero Sauce and Red Savina Garlic Sauce. This set of hot sauces includes two very distinct flavors; an island style Habanero sauce and a blistering hot Red Savina garlic sauce.

Southwest Chipotle BBQ Sauce: 5 Foods to Try

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southwest chipotle

There are many foods that you can quickly turn Southwestern with a bottle of Southwest chipotle barbecue sauce to avoid having to gather all of the ingredients to either create your own sauce or spice up the meal. Here are five foods you should try with Southwest chipotle barbecue sauce:

Mild to Wild: Fatality Hot Sauce

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yellow fatali chili pepper

Powered by the ‘Fatalii’ Chile, Mild to Wilds Fatality Sauce features a fruity, tropical flavor with an extra kick of heat. Heavy on the garlic, this sauce produces a searing heat that may very well be…Fatally Hot.

15 Things Made Better with Hot Sauce

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Chicken wings, barbecue, and eggs – some foods are just made for hot sauce. However, if you are in the middle of a serious life-long affair with serious heat, there is so much more you can do when cooking with hot sauce. From giving a little kick to a vinaigrette to adding a few drops to fondue, here’s 15 things … Read More

Mild to Wild: Red Savina Garlic Hot Sauce

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RED SAVINA GARLIC HOT SAUCE

Mild to Wilds flagship sauce, Red Savina Garlic is a carefully blended mixture of garlic and the world renowned Red Savina habanero.  For garlic lovers who just can’t seem to find a hot sauce full of flavor and heat, this is the sauce for you!

Are veggies an odd food item to add hot sauce to?

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When you think about what to put hot sauce on, you generally think about meat. A lot of people will dabble or even pour hot sauce into chili to add a little bit of heat to it. Meat that comes off the grill is often enhanced by a few drops of hot sauce, especially if it’s hamburger or chopper brisket … Read More