New Tabasco Flavor is Rocoto

From the Andes to the Middle East to Avery Island, Louisiana comes new TABASCO® Rocoto Pepper Sauce.

Flavors from the Andes, the Middle East and Louisiana combine to produce the new TABASCO® Rocoto Pepper Sauce. This vibrant sauce is inspired by Baharat, a traditional Middle Eastern spice blend featuring cinnamon, cardamom, cloves, black pepper and nutmeg. By mixing these spices with fresh Peruvian rocoto peppers, maple syrup and a dash of TABASCO® Original Red Sauce, we get a Rocoto Pepper Sauce that is zesty and aromatic with a hint of sweetness — a welcome addition to any global pantry. source: tabasco.com

 

Ingredients:

Rocoto pepper, distilled vinegar, maple syrup, water, dried red bell pepper, salt, spices, dried sweet olive flower, TABASCO brand Pepper Sauce (distilled vinegar, red pepper, salt), lemon powder.

Available on Wed Nov 20th, 2019, this special edition flavor from the McIlhenny family sells for $14.99 for a 5 ounce bottle.

I just placed an order for the Rocoto as well as a few more items.

We’ll report back when we’ve had a chance to try the sauce.

Meanwhile, here’s where you can order a bottle or two for yourself!

https://countrystore.tabasco.com/

If you’ve tried this please let us know in the Comments below!

Retirement – the real kind – not the Internet thing

Brian with Giant Cholula

Hello Internet… I’ve missed you.

Hello readers… I’ve missed you too!

Retirement is fun!

After over 11 years of writing HotSauceDaily this may be the most personal post I’ve ever written. Bear with me.

Real life got real busy the past few weeks er, months. Hell, for 2 years I was stuck in a supervisory position at my job – and boy, did THAT suck!

Hence the title, Retirement. Yup, after 33 years and 3 months with the US Postal Service, this mailman hung up his bag (no jokes please) and retired!

Retirement IRL

I often get asked “Do you miss your customers now?” Um, sadly, I’ve missed my customers for over 2 years since I was unable to physically jump in and out of my truck over 250 times a day. So, the last 2 years were at a desk. Did I mention that really sucked?

So I’m out. Done. Finished. As a matter of fact, as I like to tell my wife Marilyn, I’m off tomorrow. 🙂

I now get up in the morning because I want to. My front porch is a perfect perch to watch the world go by on. A block off the beach here means a lot of bikinis stroll to and from the beach, and gosh darn it, I will see to it that they find their way.

But What About the Hot Sauces?

Oh yea, the hot sauces. They’re piling up. They need some love. And us. You and me. After all, that’s why I write and you read, right?

Now that I have more time, I plan to get active again reviewing sauces and rubs and all the spicy goodies we all love.

My good friend Rich from Rich’s River Smokers of West Virginia (Rich’s River Smokers on YouTube) has encouraged me to do some quick video reviews too.

Wait, videos?

Oh yea. I’ve been slowly building up my YouTube channel HotSauceDaily on YouTube with mostly grilling and smoking videos. And recipes. And cocktails. Outdoor cooking and grilling is my second love after hot sauce.

But Rich has inspired me to do some quick and dirty videos of hot sauce reviews. But if you’ve followed me at all, you know they won’t be of the “burn-your-face-off” crazy variety.

Instagram

My Instagram account is where I’ve been cheating on you all for the past few months. HotSauceDaily on Instagram.

I’m sorry. She’s just so damn hot. That Instagram girl.

I just buy her a few cocktails and she’s all In. Sta. Gram. (I’m sorry I wrote that.)

What’s Next?

I. Don’t. Know.

More hot sauces. More grilling. More videos. More jokes. “A hot sauce, a bbq sauce, and a rub walk into a bar…”.

Definitely more Instagram stuff.

I want to do more YouTube videos too.

I’m at a crossroads in my life and I’m loving being an at home hubby. My daily “honey do” list is short and sweet (for now) and I’m happy to help.

So thanks for reading so far, and for you long time readers for sticking with me.

Bonus

Bonus points for reading this far!

My Retirement car. A 2018 Kia Soul 1 Million Edition

My Retirement car. A 2018 Kia Soul 1 Million Edition

I’ve got a really nice surprise giveaway up my sleeve that I’m sure you will enjoy. Stay tuned and thanks for coming by to read!

Be sure and subscribe to our mailing list, you don’t want to miss out on this giveaway! It’s at the top right corner of the page. Go ahead. Subscribe. It’s free.

Thank you! ~brian

PS – drop a comment below please. I’d like to know if you’re still out there!

Consumers Rate New ¡Sabor! by Texas Pete® Mexican-Style Hot Sauce #1

New blend of Mexican spices, sea salt and sautéed garlic adds a unique, spicy flavor

Sabor (¡Sabor!) by Texas Pete – Mexican-style Hot Sauce

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C., Jan. 27, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Answering consumer demand for spicy, flavorful condiments, TW Garner Food Co. has launched new ¡Sabor! by Texas Pete® Mexican-Style Hot Sauce. The launch comes after consumer taste tests found the new hot sauce superior in flavor and aroma compared to leading Mexican-style hot sauces.

¡Sabor! by Texas Pete® offers a uniquely bold and balanced combination of Mexican spices, sea salt, sautéed garlic and aged peppers that is ideal for any meal or cuisine. The word “sabor,” in the Spanish language, means “flavor”—and thus, the new hot sauce is aptly named.

“The growth in demand for spicier foods and consumer requests for a hot sauce inspired by Mexican flavors were behind the development of our latest innovation,” said Ann Riddle, Chief Executive Officer for TW Garner. “¡Sabor! by Texas Pete® is one of the best flavors we have ever created. I look forward to sharing it with those who are ready for a new flavor among hot sauces.”

Steve DeCorte, Executive Vice President of Sales for TW Garner, added, “¡Sabor! by Texas Pete® includes premium ingredients that have been crafted to make any meal taste even better—and Mexican foods taste extraordinary. In an independent consumer taste test, ¡Sabor! by Texas Pete® was the most favored hot sauce out of all four brands of Mexican-style hot sauces tested.”

The innovative, easy-pour opening on five-ounce bottles of ¡Sabor! by Texas Pete® makes adding the sauce to any dish easy. The distinctive label and yellow cap emblazoned with a bold logo also make it easy to find the new hot sauce on supermarket shelves nationwide.

“The Texas Pete® brand has been a signature of quality and flavor for nearly 90 years,” said Glenn Garner, the company’s Chief Marketing Officer from the https://the-indexer.com/web-design-companies/ team. “That is why it was important to let loyal customers of our brand know that ¡Sabor! by Texas Pete® is now part of the Texas Pete® family of outstanding sauces.”

The company leveraged its brand in the wake of its highly successful launch of CHA! by Texas Pete® Sriracha Sauce in 2014, which continues to grow in sales and preference by consumers.

You can expect to see ¡Sabor! by Texas Pete® appear on the shelves of your favorite supermarket in the coming weeks and months, as distribution of the new hot sauce is currently under way.

For more information on ¡Sabor! by Texas Pete® and other great sauces, visit TexasPete.com.

About TW Garner Food Company (www.texaspete.com)

Headquartered in Winston-Salem, N.C., TW Garner Food Company is famous for its Texas Pete® Hot Sauce, the number three brand of hot sauce in the U.S. Founded in 1929 as a maker of barbecue sauce, the company now sells a full line of hot sauces, wing sauces and seafood sauces under the Texas Pete® brand, as well as salsa and tortilla strips under the Green Mountain Gringo® brand. TW Garner products are sold in supermarkets, military commissaries, convenience stores and restaurants throughout the U.S.

SOURCE TW Garner Food Company

Sriracha maker Huy Fong Foods plant making waves

Huy Fong Foods, makers of the venerable Sriracha Sauce – also called “Rooster Sauce” because of the iconic Rooster on the plastic squeeze bottle, are making the news at their brand new Irwindale, CA plant. Odors are causing an uproar in the community.

Sriracha new 9oz bottles

New Sriracha 9oz Bottles – photo: srirachamovie.com

Sriracha maker Huy Fong Foods new plant making a stink in Irwindale CA

Exclusive video from CBS This Morning gives us a glimpse into the new Huy Fong Foods Sriracha factory, as well as some rare conversation with the shy and modest owner and founder, David Tran.

Are you a Sriracha Fan? Join the Sriracha Community on Google+

Check out Griffin Hammond’s upcoming Sriracha Movie documentary.

Leave a Comment below about your favorite way to use Sriracha sauce!

The Hot Sauce Bible : Revised

Seeking New Entries for the next edition of The Hot Sauce Bible

The Hot Sauce Bible: Revised Old & New Testament
by Dave DeWitt, Chuck Evans and Scott Roberts

The authors are seeking worldwide manufacturers who make spicy sauces & salsas with chile peppers as their primary occupation to submit their story for a book about the history of the hot sauce manufacturing industry, to be published at a later date. The book will supplement pepper sauce and salsa manufacturing and is a follow-up to original The Hot Sauce Bible (1996) Crossing Press, which went out-of-print in 2001. The Hot Sauce Bible: New Testament will provide a history of the industry from 1996 to present, coupled with a revised Old Testament for a historical record of hot sauce and salsa manufacturing as has been pieced together by Chuck Evans.

Co-packer manufacturers are welcome to submit information for inclusion as long as the co-packer has their own in-house labeled product line.

Bloggers and other media are welcome to submit too…

Hobbyists, week-end chileheads, and manufacturers making products at home or part-time do not meet the criteria for inclusion as manufacturers.
Private Label products are excluded under all circumstances.

Hot Sauce Bible Original Book

The Hot Sauce Bible - 1996

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HSW 039 – Hot Sauce News and Barbecue – Doomer’s Q Sauce

We talk a bit about Pork in the Park, debut our “hot sauce news” segment, Todd and Jo Dooms of Doomer’s Q join us for a chat about their new Maryland based sauces, and we wrap up with an update on Peppers at the Beach in Rehoboth Beach Delaware May 20-22, 2011.

Links Mentioned in this Episode:

Pork in the Park 2011:
http://hotsaucedaily.com/2011/04/19/pork-in-the-park-2011-behind-the-scenes/

Wild N Mild:
http://wildnmild.com

Frito-Lay Launches Tapatio Flavored Snacks:
http://hsd.to/k4lttG
http://www.tapatiohotsauce.com

60 Men Who Cook:
http://hsd.to/ik6pB8
http://slapyousilly.net

Chili Beer & BBQ Sauce Recipe from BBQPitBoys:
http://youtu.be/3tuYAQinlxk?hd=1

Texas Pete Launches 2 new flavors – Chipotle & Fiery Sweet Wing Sauce
http://hsd.to/jxtXD9

Doomer’s Q Sauce – BBQ Maryland Style:
http://doomersonline.com

Peppers at the Beach 2011:
http://hsd.to/patb2011