New WUJU Hot Sauces

WUJU Hot Sauce just launched

With 16 all natural ingredients, come find your new favorite hot sauce you can use from sunrise to sunset – for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

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This mustard based hot sauce starts out sweet then brings a big hit of curry before the heat comes in.

And now, until March 30, 2016 you can save 20% off of 2 bottles or more. I recommend the Extra Hot and Original versions.

Larry Wu wanted to create the Dijon Mustard to the Ketchup in the hot sauce world. Something that would change the world of hot sauce forever… he set out to develop a mustard-based hot sauce with a sweet side, blending ingredients like agave nectar, mango, curry, and Thai inspired spices & flavors.

Save 20% off 2 bottles by using this link: http://hsd.to/wuju20

Tell Larry Wu that HotSauceDaily.com sent you!

Bigfats 2o8 Bajan Hot Sauce Review

Bigfat’s 2o8 Bajan hot sauce.

Mustard based hot sauces and barbecue sauces can be “hit or miss” depending on their execution and ingredients. They can either be stellar (original and different), or mundane (tastes like yellow mustard). I don’t think there is much room for anything in-between.

Bigfat’s 2o8 bajan style hot sauce falls into the stellar category. It’s very chunky, flavorful and zesty. The second creation in their signature line-up of sauces, 2o8 bajan sauce is mildly spicy while retaining the gourmet taste and profile that makes Bigfat’s sauces such a big hit.

*** Special! *** This week only, thru Sunday 11/18/2012, the 2o8 Bajan Sauce is on sale! Visit http://www.bigfatshotsauce.com/2o8.html to save.

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Howler Monkey Sauce Panama Style Hot Sauce Review

Howler Monkey Sauce is the brainchild of Conan Herring and Tom Ellis, who both grew up in the Panama area of Central America. Aji Chombo is the name used in that area for hot sauce made with Scotch Bonnet peppers. Typically a mix of vinegar, Scotch Bonnet peppers, garlic and other spices, it’s a standard table sauce found in that region.

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Smoke Grilled Mustard BBQ Wings Video with Country Chef Grilling Sauce

Week of Wings III – Day 3 – Smoke Grilled Mustard Wings with Country Chef Grilling Sauce Mustard

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Update: 2015.07.02Happy 4th of July!

Wings, grilled and slathered in a bbq sauce are a classic backyard recipe for celebrating the Fourth of July! Simply substitute your favorite mustard-based BBQ sauce – mop on generously, and enjoy a new and different tangy take on grilled wings.

The mustard based BBQ sauce will add some new zing to your wings, and taste delicious. And for those new to this “game”, the wings will NOT taste like mustard. Rather they well be tangy, zingy, vingegary, and savory. You’ll be surprised!

(This original post featured the Country Chef Grilling Sauce Mustard, but any mustard-based sauce will wow your taste buds!)


What are smoke grilled wings? It’s simple, you are slowly grilling your wings with the addition of smoke by adding chips or chunks of your favorite wood. Not only do these wings work great with your everyday buffalo style sauces, but this method excels when coating your wings with any barbecue sauces.

In this case, we are using a superb mustard based BBQ sauce from Chef Mike Espey’s Country Chef Grilling Sauce line.

We originally created this video for our friend Robyn Medlin and her GrillGirl.com blog.

You will also get a great look at the Craycort Cast Iron Grill Grates for a Weber Kettle in this video. Available for Webers, Big Green Eggs, and Kamado style grills and smokers… our full review of the Craycort will be coming up this Spring.

There are other great mustard based BBQ sauces out there – some better than others. We loved the Country chef Grilling Sauce blend. We also really liked the first mustard based BBQ sauce we tried from Reverend Marvin’s.

You can contact Mike Espey of Country Chef Grilling Sauce at [email protected] or visit his Facebook Page at https://www.facebook.com/CountryChefGrillingSauce


Here’s the complete Week of Wings III series:

Week of Wings III – Day 1 – Kramer’s Wing Rubs
Week of Wings III – Day 2 – Tabasco Game Day Wing recipes from Top Chef Floyd Cardoz
Week of Wings III – Day 3 – Grilled Mustard BBQ Wings – Country Chef Grilling Sauce
Week of Wings III – Day 4 – Wing Sauces from your Grocery Store
Week of Wings III – Day 5 – Jerk Lokia Ghost Chile Jamaican Jerk Sauce Wings
Week of Wings III – Day 6 – AlbuKirky Southwest BBQ Rub and Sauce on Wings
Week of Wings III – Day 7 – Fast Food Hot Wings Roundup

The “other related posts” below are from our first Week of Wings I

Hot Sauce Review – Blues BBQ Chipotle Mustard Pepper Sauce

Steve Burnham of BluesBBQ.net has done it again with yet another great tasting sauce.

From his stable of sauces that include his flagship products, Carolina Pepper Sauce, both Mild and Warm and Blue’s Habanero Reserve Hot Sauce – Steve has recently introduced his newest sauce, Blues BBQ Chipotle Mustard Pepper Sauce.

Wow! Chipotle (shoot me now, because I love Chipotle peppers) and mustard (again, I’m in Heaven) – you now have my full attention.
But wait… it’s not truly a “mustard” based sauce. I’m OK with that, now that I know.
There’s a hint of mustard from the tumeric in the ingredients, hence the “mustard” in the name.

But be aware, this is a “hot sauce” by all intents and purposes. And boy is it flavorful.

Here’s what Steve wrote on TheHotZoneOnline to clear things up about this new sauce:

There is going to be a lot of confusion with this one. It isn’t a mustard at all but is a hot sauce with a mustard taste. Truly unique. Pours like a hot sauce and tastes like a smokey, mustardy cayenne hot sauce. I probably should of named it “Blue’s Unique Majic Hot Sauce that somehow tastes like Mustard”. Once ya’ll try it, you’ll know what I mean. You’re gonna like this one!

You’re right, Steve! I do like this one.

I first tried Blues BBQ Chipotle Mustard Peppers Sauce on wings. Straight up. Folks, in my opinion, this is not a wing sauce.
This is a hot sauce, with a very unique flavor.

We poured some on chips, to get a feel for the flavors, and here’s what we thought:

Marilyn: This has all the earmarks of a great Carolina style Hot Sauce with plenty of vinegar and lots of heat. One of the predominant flavors I’m getting is black pepper and I don’t think there’s enough of the smokey Chipotle in the recipe. This sauce definitely has a depth of flavor not found in traditional Cayenne based hot sauces.

Brian: This sauce has some serious heat. On a scale of 1 – 10, I’d give it a 7. It’s both hot and vinegary. I do get a hint of mustard from the tumeric, but it’s not overwhelming. And while I’d like to have more mustard flavor in the sauce, it still works. I do agree with Marilyn that there’s not enough Chipotle in the mix because I love Chipotle.

Ingredients: water, vinegar, cayenne pepper, chipotle pepper, tumeric, paprika, sugar, salt, onion, garlic, spices and xanthan gum

Do yourself a favor and go to BluesBBQ.net to order a few bottles of their Chipotle Mustard Hot Sauce and try it for yourself, or as a Valentines Day Gift for the Chilehead Lover in your life. And while you’re there, please get yourself a bottle or 2 of their great Carolina Pepper Sauce… it’s an awesome table sauce (no refrigeration) and rocks in pulled pork.

Reverend Marvin’s Gourmet BBQ Sauce vs KC Masterpiece and Sweet Baby Ray’s on ribs

A few racks of baby back ribs with Reverend Marvin’s Gourmet BBQ Sauce, along with Sweet Baby Ray’s and KC Masterpiece get cooked, smoked, eaten and rated.

Sweet Baby Ray’s (upper right) was very good. And predictable. Sweet, vinegary. Comforting. Up until now, this was Wifey’s favorite sweet BBQ sauce.

KC Masterpiece (lower right) was 5 parts KC, 1 part honey. Sweet, smoky, very authentic tasting. As much as Wifey and I like Sweet Baby Ray’s, we thought the KC Masterpiece was a more authentic sticky BBQ sauce.


But the star of this show was the Reverend Marvin’s Gourmet BBQ Sauce ( upper left in above pic). A mustard based sauce, with no sugar/sweetener to speak of, so you can slather this on early, middle and late in your cook. It also does not mask the flavor of the pork, so the rub and pork come out underneath the mustard flavor of Reverend Marvin’s.

Started in the 1960’s, Marvin Lynch perfected his mustard based BBQ sauce to the rave reviews of his family, friends and congregations. Today, his son Woody Lynch continues this great BBQ sauce company.

As my friend Greg Rempe said, “I ALWAYS have Reverend Marvin’s in my house…ALWAYS!! I have tried it on everything…ribs, pulled pork, brisket, hot dogs, cole slaw…pretty much everything.”

A fine example of a company doing one thing, and doing it right! They only have 2 products – Reverend Marvin’s Gourmet BBQ Sauce Original, and Hot. We tried both, and I’m partial to the Original. As a chilehead, I usually don’t care for too much heat in my BBQ sauces. Having said that, the Hot version is spicy, yet tame. Try both and see what you think.
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Ass Murdering Hot Sauce Review

Ass Murdering Hot Sauce

With a combination of jalapeno, serrano, and habenero peppers in a mustard sauce, this unique sauce is good anytime you want mustard and heat.

We took this mustard based hot sauce to a party, along with 4 or 5 bottles of other new sauces we had on hand, mainly to try and get some opinions and comments from our friends.

We simply put out the sauces and some home-made pita chips.
The Ass Murdering was hands down the favorite!

Made and distributed by Bisummo.com, this sauce is very unique. I love the heat, and the mustard is not overwhelming… you still know you’re eating a hot sauce. I think the molasses and olive oil help keep it smooth, while the vinegar and lime juice with the 3 peppers keep the familiar hot sauce flavor.

I have used the Ass Murdering sauce as a dip for “Pigs in a Blanket” – I’ve smeared some on some grilled beef sausages and bratwursts – and I grilled some chicken tenders coated with it. My favorites were the sausages and brats, and the tenders.

For the bratwursts: Since the base in this sauce is Dijon mustard, I smeared one side of the roll with the Ass Murdering, and the other side with Dijon mustard.  This made for a nice balance of hot and spicy tempered with the sweet and tangy Dijon mustard.

For the chicken tenders: I simply slathered the chicken tenders with the Ass Murdering sauce, put them on the grill, and basted them once on each side while they cooked. Very hot and flavorful. Some of the heat cooked out, but they were still very spicy.  I tried dipping some tenders in bbq sauce to cool off some of the heat, but I enjoyed them more all by themselves.

Ingredients: Lime juice, jalapeno peppers, serrano peppers,

Dijon mustard, garlic, habanero peppers, vinegar, molasses,

olive oil, and tumeric


Created by Todd “King of Sting” Ross in Orlando, Florida, be sure to check out Bisummo.com for more info on this sauce, as well as their other sauces: Chok’on Dis Hot Sauce and Chok’on Dis Blaz’n Glaze.

Todd has a humorous account of how bisummo.com and his hot sauces came to be on his About page.

Have fun!

Bone Suckin Fireballs Meatballs Crockpot Recipe With Bone Suckin Mustard

Bone Suckin’ Sweet Hot Mustard is the key to this *easy* to make crock-pot recipe. Readers of this blog will see that I’m a hugh fan of Bone Suckin’ sauces.

Their Bone Suckin’ Mustard did not disappoint me.

Sweet at first, with brown sugar & molasses, then the heat kicks in… bits and pieces of jalapenos bite you back. It’s unlike any other sweet & hot mustard I’ve tried.
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