HSW 051 – Flavors of Florida Hot Sauces

Pete and Joyce Mallas started their Westwood Deli and Catering in 2004, and shortly thereafter, this Tampa, Florida couple launched their Flavors of Florida line of hot sauces.

First up, Brian and Marilyn recap their appearance on Gettin’ Sauced with Draper’s BBQ on BBQSuperstars at the BlogTalkRadio website.
You can listen to their shows and subscribe to BBQSuperstars here.

Brian talks about the great info, sharing, and fun that is Google+.
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Marilyn talks about how much she liked the homemade jerk sauce Brian cooked up recently for some jerk wings.
Brian’s pictures and the recipe he used for jerk from Google+

Next is our featured interview with Flavors of Florida creators Pete and Joyce Mallas.

Scott Roberts brings us his hot sauce review of CaJohn’s Angry Cock Hot Sauce – a Ghost Chile based hot sauce. From CaJohn’s site:

What makes CaJohns Angry Cock hot sauce so ANGRY? First we start off with 80% fresh “Ghost Chile” puree, then we add a combination of select spices and a splash of vinegar which makes Angry Cock the most formidable of CaJohns extract free sauces yet! This hot sauce is not for the novice, and truthfully, not for your average Chilehead. Think you can take the heat, or are you chicken?

Finally, Brian and Marilyn talk about two events coming up that they are very excited about – Pork in the Park, a KCBS sanctioned event (the largest east of the Mississippi) and Peppers at the Beach 2012 in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware at the world famous Peppers.com store.

Thanks for listening! Enjoy!

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  1. Actually Marilyn, it’s “HAPPY Beaver”.
    How interesting it would be to play “fun with audio editing” using Scotts review from this show?

    Another great show. The only complaint I have about your podcast is that I wish they were more frequent!

    1. Alison, this sounds relaly good! I never would have thought to put beer in there. My husband doesn’t relaly enjoy the taste of beer. Can you taste it in the sauce or is it just kind of a background flavor?

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