Tag: heat

Beyond Hot Sauce

Filed in Blog by on June 18, 2018
Beyond Hot Sauce

While hot sauce has been a hot commodity in the US for at least 150 years, it’s likely the very first hot sauce dates back thousands of years. That translates to generation upon new generation of people not only hooked on the taste of spicy hot sauce, but also yearning for even new and more […]

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The Ins and Outs of the Scoville Test

Filed in Blog by on May 24, 2018
The Ins and Outs of the Scoville Test

If you’ve ever wondered just how hot that pepper or hot sauce is, all you need to do is look for the results of the Scoville test. Essentially, the Scoville scale helps to give some context to the spicy heat of a pepper by assigning it a number. Named after pharmacist and test founder Wilbur […]

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Making Meals Spicy… and Kid Friendly

Filed in Recipes by on July 5, 2016
Making Meals Spicy… and Kid Friendly

You can make adaptations to most recipes and it may just change the way you cook.

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Where Is the Heat?

Filed in Blog by on January 23, 2016
Where Is the Heat?

You won’t find a chili pepper’s heat in the seeds. But where will you find it?

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7 Reasons to Build Your Heat Tolerance

Filed in Blog by on July 22, 2015
7 Reasons to Build Your Heat Tolerance

Hot sauce isn’t enough for some people. Sometimes it needs to be hotter than that. Why? We’ve got reasons you can’t ignore.

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