DEFCON Sauces Habanero Horseradish

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Famous for their ground-breaking wing sauces, DEFCON Sauces also makes a pair of habanero horseradish sauces – the Habby Pony Mild Habanero Horseradish and the Habby Horse Hot Habanero Horseradish.

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Ed’s Red Hot Sauce Review

Ed’s Red from Port St. Joe, Florida has a couple of sauces they’ve been making since 2000. With the slogan of “An Oyster’s Best Friend” emblazoned on the label, you just know these sauces are made for seafood.
A Gulf Coast Floridian native, Ed Creamer concocted his hot sauce to satisfy his desire for the perfect hot sauce.

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Episode 02- Bald Eagle Foods on HotSauceWeekly Podcast

Bald Eagle Foods on HotSauceWeekly

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Yes, we’ve renamed the podcast to HotSauceWeekly and in episode 02, we interview Mark Roelse of BaldEagleFoods.

There’s also a news segment that we hope to bring you each week on the podcast.

Visit HotSauceWeekly.com for current and future shows.
Links to subscribe are there as well.

Ep 02 – Bald Eagle Foods

Mark Roelse of Bald Eagle Foods

Episode 02 – we interview Mark Roelse of Bald Eagle Foods. Mark talks about his Buck in Rut Extreme Horseradish and his many other bbq sauces, hot sauces, and his Wisconsin sausages.

Bald Eagle Foods is a small batch manufacturer focusing on quality and flavor.

In the News:

We discuss a couple of hot wings stories in the news, and a new sauce called Holy Jolokia launched by CaJohn and the New Mexico State University.

WingZone
Wing Zone Inducted into Buffalo Wing Hall of Flame
Chain Leader
Wing Zone also earned third place honors for its Hot sauce – finishing ahead of 31 chicken wing chains across the country.

Worst wings: Anchor Bar
University at Buffalo The Spectrum
But for those of us that prefer quality wings drenched in hot sauce that aren’t small and overpriced, then steer clear of Anchor Bar.

Holy Jolokia
Holy Jolokia sauce packs heat, flavor
Silver City Sun News
The Chile Pepper Institute at New Mexico State University and CaJohn’s Fiery Foods have joined forces to create Holy Jolokia hot sauce made from the Bhut Jolokia or Ghost Pepper.

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