Want to add a little kick to your Thanksgiving dinner? Or maybe you want to make your first year of hosting for the holiday one with unforgettable food that’ll leave your guests wanting more? Add hot sauce! It might sound crazy, but it’s just crazy enough to work.
If you have taken to growing peppers, then you put a lot of effort into growing some great ones. However, why let one harvest be it? If you know how to save the seeds, you can grow great peppers year after year. Unfortunately, if you are growing hybrid seeds, they may not grow into the peppers you expect next year. … Read More
It is distinctly possible, if not probable, that you have been to your favorite barbecue joint at least once and found that things tasted a bit “off”. Maybe the brisket was a little overcooked or the ribs were a little under. You probably forgave them because you can’t get everything perfect every time, but that is actually not true in … Read More
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.
Cooking and growing peppers are pastimes for many people, but not for us. They’re tops on our list of passions. As such, we know that it often takes up to five months for hot peppers to reach their full, growing potential. Sweet peppers, on the other hand, tend to mature more quickly. We also know a little secret that has the … Read More
For those of us hot sauce lovers, there is always a time and place to add some heat to a dish. Even the mornings are not exempt. For your next lazy Sunday brunch, try out the following dishes to spice things up. Here are some odd breakfast food items to add hot sauce to. Savory Backdraft French Toast. Amp up your … Read More
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