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August 8, 2012

Spicy carrot juice

Filed under: Culture,Food,Hot Sauce — Razib Khan @ 10:49 pm

Those who have dined with me in “real life” know that when I eat savory foods, with the occasional exception of salads, I tend to enjoy a great deal of spice. By “great deal,” I am someone who can down eight habaneros in 15 minutes while eating potato bread, even if I’m going to regret it later (true incident from June of 2010). Now, I understand for my long term sanity I need to be a bit more moderate, so I usually limit myself to two habaneros per sitting. Additionally, I’m always on the look out for habanero sauces which can combine spice with a richer flavor. Dave’s Insanity hits the spice spot, but unfortunately it lacks the fresh and subtle flavor which can be imparted by Thai peppers.

So today I was curious when I saw a habanero sauce from an outfit called The Cultured Kitchen. It was more than $5.00 for a small container, but I decided to get it. I was very disappointed, as it was basically spice flavored carrot juice. Instead of putting it on my salad, as was my intention, I just ...

November 12, 2011

Pepper sauces

Filed under: Blog,Hot Sauce — Razib Khan @ 5:18 pm

I’ll Have the Red: Hot Sauce, Island by Island. Seems like the scotch bonnet is the basis of a lot of Caribbean sauces. You might be curious about my reviews of hot sauces from 4 years ago.

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