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Craft Hot Sauces Come Into Their Own

Five Best Hot Sauces from the Pacific Northwest

The stateside culture of craft hot sauce has had a slow-burn response to veteran heavyweights like Tabasco and Texas Pete, which sacrifice flavor for heat. Enthusiasts today are gazing toward the Pacific Northwest, where artisans are using the quality and abundance of fresh, local ingredients to produce wildly diverse newcomers to our country’s cabinet of hot sauces. We tried five of the best.

What's Hawaiian for more water please?

Adoboloco Hot Sauce


Founded on the basic ingredients of love and salmonella, culinary amateurism can be downright frightening. Yet hot sauce producer Adoboloco ($8+) has managed to pull it off, thriving without a Kraft-sized bankroll. This Hawaiian family unit has turned cuisine curiosity, which

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Roundup: Memorial Day Weekend

Looking to make your extended weekend celebration extra memorable? Well, our editors have culled through our latest posts to help provide some last minute inspiration for your Memorial Day weekend, whether the festivities are at your place, or elsewhere. You

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Gindo’s Spice of Life Pepper Sauce

Sriracha and Pete's are great. In fact, they're staples. But like a newly discovered spirit, unearthing a hot sauce we haven't tasted gets our fire, and food, roaring. Unlike the Cold War nuclear pursuit of so many hot sauces, Gindo's Spice

Torch The Taste Buds One Gallon At a Time

Personalized Tabasco Gallon Jugs

personalized-tabasco-gallon-jugIf you or anyone you know enjoys a little kick with their food, these personalized, gallon jugs of Tabasco's famous hot sauces should have you salivating (or sweating) already. Available in the classic original, as well as their four other popular