I have come to the conclusion, over the last several years, that the smaller the (hot sauce) bottle, the more pain it contains. Lethal Ingestion is going to fit this description. I admit I have had a bottle of this before, but it has been around six or seven years. I only remember sitting in front of the Copper Penny restaurant here in Wilmington, opening the bottle, trying some and saying “That’s really freaking hot!” That’s about when my wife looked at me like I had some screws loose.
Welcome to Corpus Christi, Home of the Whataburger. This is my home turf, which makes me the most qualified person you know to review anything Whata-related. Heck, I’m single-handedly responsible for Whataburger’s decision to bring back the A1 Thick & Hearty Burger*, so you know I care enough to tell you the truth. Recently, the chain unveiled a Jalapeno Cheddar Biscuit, a potentially spicy addition to its breakfast menu, so I knew I had to be the one to tell you all about it. Will this be the new king of fast food breakfast? There’s only one way to find out!
Hey there, loyal readers! Today’s Fiery Friday feature is a mustard-based product from the folks at Horsetooth Hot Sauce. We’ve all had spicy mustard, but this is a habanero mustard sauce. What’s the difference? Well, this one comes in a hot sauce bottle. I’m sure there’s more to it than that, though, so let’s check it out.
And here you thought I was dead. You should be so lucky! I’m sure y’all have noted a distinct lack of my presence, and for that I apologize. There has been, to say the very least, a lot of shit going on. Without getting into the details, one of the biggest issues was computer-related. Yeah, this guy with computer problems. Don’t even get me started. That’s why there haven’t been any recent reviews, posts on Facebook, or anything of the sort – lack of access. As you know, us reviewers don’t get paid, so I’m pretty poor. After discussing the issue with James, he authorized me to go ahead and see a local tech support place, and to expense it. I live in Delaware and have a Toughbook. The local place I went to is, I shit you not, called Bob Johnson’s Computer Stuff Inc.