The temperatures might be dropping but that doesn’t mean you can’t turn up the heat on some of your favorite dishes. Our very own habanero barbecue sauce will be sure to kick your plain recipes up a notch and keep you warm this winter.
Heirloom to Hybrid: Choosing the Right Pepper Seed for Your Garden
Ah, spring! Every gardener’s favorite season: the smell of freshly turned soil, tiny green seedlings thrusting ever upwards, and nary a weed in sight (yet!). What better way to spend the last few dreary weeks of winter than by poring over seed catalogs with their luscious photos and enticing descriptions of that elusive perfect pepper.
So Your Mouth is on Fire?: The World’s Hottest Peppers and Tips to Extinguish the Heat.
The worlds hottest peppers! People like heat, they like spice, but what if you take a bite of that pepper or that chicken and its all too much? Well, Sciencenotes.org has some simple tips to make the flames disappear. Avoid Water: Any water based products – water, soda, beer. I know it makes no sense. In life, water > fire, but because of the capsaicin … Read More
Mild to Wild: Fatality Hot Sauce
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.
Growing Peppers in Your Garden
Just about everyone enjoys peppers for various reasons. They are great for spicing things up a bit or adding a dash of flavor to that otherwise boring dish. Growing peppers in your garden has many advantages. You know exactly where they came from, you know exactly what, if any, chemicals you use on them and you get to use fresh … Read More
15 Things Made Better with Hot Sauce
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: Southwest Chipotle Sauce
Chipotle, Chipotle, Chipotle! Mild to Wild’s Southwest Chipotle Sauce is our take on the spicy BBQ-type sauce.
Mild to Wild: Ralphs Righteous Habanero Hot Sauce
If you’re a habanero lover, you’ve come to the right place! Mild to Wild presents Ralphs’ Righteous Habanero hot sauce.
The Scoville Chart: What’s in a pepper?
When it comes to barbecue sauces or other pepper sauces, everybody wants to know, “How hot is it?” And besides that, who’s to say what’s “hot” and what’s “medium?” The Scoville chart, named for Wilbur L. Scoville who developed it, attempts to take some of the subjectivity out of the question.
Hot Sauces and Really Hot Sauces
There may be infinite types of different hot sauces, especially when you start to add unique ingredients and flavors. Hot Sauces can be put on virtually anything, chips, hamburgers, tacos, popcorn, and everything else you can think of. Similar to beer and wine, there are a few basic types that usually go better with certain types of foods. The main … Read More
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