We’ve been doing the same old thing for the last 5 years, and it’s time for a major change! EAT MORE HEAT! is getting overhauled in the coming months, and we need new writers to keep this spicy ship sailing! I can’t get into specifics on how exactly the site will change right now, but I promise you we will be focusing on putting out the best spicy content you can find online.
This is as close to a classified ad as you will see on the site, so pay attention. We’re looking for several new writers. The job is difficult (because you occasionally have to burn your face off), but the requirements are simple:
Welcome back to Fiery Friday, folks! Tonight’s review is the stuff of legend. At least, that’s what the label says. I’m talking specifically about Legendary SMOK Brand Hot Pepper Sauce, a sauce from the veteran-owned and Colorado-based SMOK Brand (go figure). I like the tagline on the bottle: “Where there’s SMOK…,” so hopefully that suggestive promise there doesn’t let me down!
This should come as no surprise, but I love sriracha. Most of my experience has come from the Huy Fong rooster sauce, of course, but I did once make my own version of the stuff. Anyway, tonight’s product is one that looks to be far deadlier than your average bottle of Thai-themed sauce. From the good people at Race City Sauce Works, I bring you the Seven Pepper Sriracha.
On tonight’s edition of Fiery Friday, I’m taking a look at something a little different. The name of the game here is Italian Pepper Sauce, by Mom & Me. What makes this stuff so unique is that it’s built like a combination of a pasta sauce and a salsa. The real focus here, though, is the hot banana peppers, which form the centerpiece of Debra Danielsen’s Italian-themed sauce. Rather than simply eat this out of the jar (though I did that too, of course), I whipped up a chicken and noodle dish to give this sauce a chance to shine.