Dry rubbed chicken tenders on the Smokey Joe with Rayz Jerk and Spice Cave Wind rubs

Grilled chicken tenders with dry rubs are one of my favorite ways to play with new rubs and seasonings.
Today we’re using Rayz Hot Dry Rub (jerk style) and Spice Cave’s Wind rub.

Rayz Hot Dry Rub and Spice Cave Wind seasoning

I use a heavy hand when applying rubs to my meats – much to the chagrin of Marilyn.

But I will admit at times I do go a little overboard. But in this case, I think the rubs really shined.

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See how easy it is to grill up a quick snack with some chicken tenders, some nice rubs, and your favorite grill?

Here are a few links to the products used in this video. Some may be affiliate links.

Weber Smokey Joe 14″: Weber Smokey Joe Grill

The Spice Cave Wind Rub: The Spice Cave

Rayz Hot Dry Rub: Rayz Jerk Jam website

iRig Mic Lavalier: iRig Lavalier Mic on Amazon

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What is a BBQ Rub?

What is a BBQ Rub and how do I use it?

I get that question all the time from co-workers and friends. It seems that some folks either just don’t understand rubs, or are afraid of them.

What is a BBQ rub?

Basically a “rub” is a blend of herbs and spices that add to or enhance a meat before, during, or after cooking. Most rubs usually have a sweet component (sugar, brown sugar, turbinado sugar), a salty component (kosher salt, sea salt), a savory component (herbs) and/or a spicy component (black pepper, chile powder).

BBQ Rubs in bottles

Assortment of BBQ Rubs

You can easily make your own rubs at home with some basic ingredients you already have on hand, but that will be a whole other post sometime.

Dry rubs are sprinkled onto meats (usually with a heavy hand), with the meat being grilled or smoked as is.

Other rubs call for a marinade of sorts – usually involving the rub and a liquid (usually oil), and time – in a baggie or a covered dish or bowl or baking dish.

Finally, some rubs call for that same heavy dusting onto the meat before it is grilled or smoked, then adding additional rub sprinkled on during the cooking process – I do this with wings and ribs.

Rubs and their ingredients and flavors can be a very personal thing. Some like a light flavor (leaving room for the smoke wood or BBQ sauce to shine) – and some like a heavy dusting of rub to bring the flavor of the spices to the front.

Then there is the camp that has a perfect combo of rub and sauce – usually under the same name – that brings on the flavor, spice and taste and texture for a finished product. This is rare, and if you find it or hit upon it, you have gold.

We do so many reviews here at HotSauceDaily that we don’t usually mention our favorite BBQ sauce or rub – actually, we don’t really have a “go to” sauce or rub because of all the review products. But, Marilyn and I agree, that Draper’s BBQ Sauce and AP Rub are the epitome of a sauce and rub that just go great together.

Where can I buy rubs?

At the store: Thanks to the ever growing “foodie” movement, entire TV channels devoted to cooking, and the never-ending backyard grilling scene, your local grocery stores now have a large collection of rubs, ready to use. Paul Prudhomme, McCormick, Stubb’s are just a few names. Look around in the spice section – you’ll be surprised. Did you know Old Bay has a rub too? And a Blackening Seasoning as well.

McCormick, that venerable spice house from our own state of Maryland, has a delicious and amazing array of rubs, marinades and spices that are in more and more grocers all the time.

Online: You can start by searching our RUBS archive right here. They are all top notch products.

Do a Google search for rubs, and be prepared to fall into a hole. Last I looked “bbq rubs” yielded 3.4 million results, and “rubs” were about 12.5 million results!

We’ll save you a little time and point you to some flavorful and useful rubs that you can order online, from small batch makers to some big dogs.

Some rubs we recommend:

I was afraid of this. There are so many excellent rubs available online, that there is no way we can talk about a dozen or so, without leaving someone out of the list. But this short list is a great starting point.

Keep in mind, some of these rubs are from hot sauce makers, some are from BBQ sauce makers, and some are specialties of both or all three.

Titles/names are linked to their sites for your shopping pleasure.

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Above the Coals rubs

Above the Coals – Featuring hand packed, by order rubs and spices, our newest favorite rub(s) are from Above the Coals.

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Chris Kulturides has a line of 6 seasonings that are just stellar. If you BBQ at all, you need to check out his rubs and seasonings.

Above the Coals collage

Above the Coals lineup includes Signature Classic, 2 Alarm, Carolina Heatwave, The 617, El Toro, and Lavanero. And as a bonus, the packaging options include shaker bottles, foil pouches, Mason jars, and bulk packaging.


Chicken Choker Wing Rub – From NorCalBBQ – Fiery hot. Sprinkle lightly. Our review is here.


Kramer’s Wing Rub – another wing specific rub that rocks. We gave it 4 stars ★★★★☆ here.


Crazy Good Red and Green Rubs – We awarded the Green Chile Dust 5 stars ★★★★★ and love the Red Chile Dust just as much.
Sprinkle these rubs on any Mexican food and go “South of the Border” in flavor… or at least as far as New Mexico. 🙂


Todd’s Dirt – a HUGE favorite in our house, and it will be in yours as soon as you taste them. Original, Crabby, and Bayou seasonings are out of this world good. Our ★★★★★ rating still stands. We reviewed Bayou here, and his Crabby Dirt here.


Dizzy Dust – If we had ONE rub that we do reach for often, it would be Dizzy Pig’s Dizzy Dust. Our posts have been mostly about Dizzy Pig Dizzy Dust on pork tenderloins.


Grill Mates Applewood Rub – One of the many Grill Mates products that McCormick Spices has out now. They are all good!


Old Bay Rub – I mentioned this earlier. Again, another stalwart of seasonings, Old Bay, have released a “rub” version of their flagship spice.


Rounding out the rubs in the front of the pic are Volcanic Peppers, Heartbreaking Dawns, Pampered Chef, and Benitos.
All worthy of your consideration and purchases.


Johnny Secreto.com – One last company I want to mention, only because I think their rubs are delicious, is Johnny Secreto out of Michigan.
I really dug their rubs, but sadly, I’ve never heard back from them at all. After the reviews, and emails… nothing.
But the rubs are awesome, and I share that with you, the reader, because I want you to have a good experience and and enjoyable meal.


Well, that certainly is a great list to start with, and as you play around with rubs and spices, you’ll come to know what you like.

Leave a Comment below if you have a favorite rub to grill with, or maybe you just make your own…

Black Friday Specials & Hot Holiday Deals for Hot Sauces and BBQ 2013

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Johnny Secreto Rubs and BBQ Sauce review

This was a really fun review to work on, thanks to the great labels and branding and amazing variety of flavors in the 3 rubs and the BBQ sauce.

Johnny Secreto features rubs and recipes from an Old World Italian Family

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Here are 3 very different, yet flavorful rubs and their BBQ sauce counterpart from Johnny Secreto. Let’s look at the products, and then we’ll talk about the grilled chicken tenders we cooked with each.

Backyard Classic

Ingredients: sugar, paprika, garlic salt, seasoning salt, celery salt, onion salt, herbs, spices – 3.0 oz jar.

This really is a “classic” style rub, as it includes all the basic ingredients that a good rub is built upon. Look up any basic rub recipe, and you’ll see a similar list. Of course, Johnny Secreto has added their own unique spice blends to personalize it.

Having the finest grind of the three, it’s powdery, sweet and salty. The celery salt is quite prominent. I know a lot of folks don’t care for celery flavorings, but if you love Old Bay Seasoning, you’ll like this. Not that this rub is of the seafood seasoning variety, I’m just comparing it to one of the most well-known, celery salt laden seasonings. Good for: burgers, ribs, poultry, potatoes.

Sultan’s Gold Rub

Ingredients: brown sugar, kosher salt, garlic salt, spices – 2.5 oz jar.

The Sultan’s Gold has the coarsest makeup, and indeed has a yellowish-gold look to it. We think it’s very Mediterranean in flavor, and very pungent with hints of coriander and a little touch of curry. Good for: wild game, lamb, salmon, pork or poultry.

Mexicallia Rub

Ingredients: brown sugar, kosher salt, herbs, spices – 2.75 oz jar.

This medium-light grind was a little clumpy due to the moisture in the brown sugar. It was also the sweetest tasting of the 3, with an ever so slight spicy finish. Secreto’s claims there is a chipotle finish to it, but we only detect a tinge of chile heat – not noticeable enough to identify it as chipotle. Good for: chicken, grilled quesadillas, or as a spice for taco meat or added to salsa or dips.

Craft BBQ Sauce

Ingredients: extra thick ketchup (tomato concentrate, sugar, vinegar, salt, onion powder, spices, natural flavors), dark brown sugar, apple vinegar, water, worcestershire sauce (distilled white vinegar, molasses, water, sugar, onions, anchovies, salt, garlic, cloves, tamarind extract, natural flavorings, chile pepper extract), liquid smoke, garlic powder, onion powder, other spices. Contains soy and fish. – 12 oz bottle.

Dark brown colored and medium thick, this is a sweet, spicy (peppery) sauce. We’re just talking about ketchup, brown sugar, vinegar, worcestershire, and spices – pretty typical. There is the addition of liquid smoke, but I don’t feel it’s overpowering at all. I’m a fan of liquid smoke – when used lightly – and I think it’s just fine here. (There are legions of liquid smoke haters out there, and that’s fodder for a whole different discussion).

Secreto’s Craft BBQ Sauce, while delicious, is pretty standard fare. Very good, but not spectacularly different. But, it really shined when paired with the rubs. It would make a great BBQ sauce on pulled pork too, paired with the Backyard Classic rub.

Grilled chicken with Johnny Secreto rubs and Craft BBQ Sauce

For each of the 3 rubs, we marinated 1/2 pound of chicken tenders with 3 tsp of rub, and 2 tsp of olive oil in zip top baggies for about 3 hours.

Then we grilled the tenders over a medium direct heat. Near the end of grilling, we sauced half of them with Johnny Secreto Craft BBQ Sauce, to see how the sauce worked with each of the rubs.

Johnny Secreto Backyard Classic Rub

Dry Rubbed:

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Brian – Truly tastes like a classic rub, but a bit salty, which rubs can be in general. Usually the saltiness gets “washed away” or minimized with either a marinade or with the addition of a sauce (more on that later). I think this rub would make a great savory deep fried wing. On the tenders we grilled, I liked it very much. But I did use a heavy hand and would back off a bit next time.

Marilyn – Tastes a little too salty for me but I do pick up on the sweetness, and the paprika and garlic and onion. There’s also a good bit of black pepper going on. Other than the salt, it’s pretty enjoyable and flavorful.

With Craft Sauce:

Brian – The sauce added a perfect sweet blend that really cut back on the saltiness. I can now say this would be a killer wing recipe, either deep fried or grilled as we’ve done here. This is a must-try combo.

Marilyn – I’m getting a lot of sweetness from both the rub and sauce together. I agree with Brian, that the sauce helped temper the salt in the rub. There’s also a nice dark flavor from the worcestershire in the sauce, with some heat coming in at the end – mildly spicy. The Craft Sauce caramelized nicely on the chicken. Winner!

Johnny Secreto Sultan’s Gold Rub

Dry Rubbed:

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Brian – Very savory, yet very floral. Definitely the strongest flavored of the rubs. Impressive in looks, taste and feel. I love the big bits of spices. On the chicken, as you can see in the pics, the rub is a big player in both appearance and texture. I was blown away from the big impact this rub had on the dry tenders.

Marilyn – I see lots of coriander seed and hulls, other herbs, and some pepper flakes. Very aromatic and herbaceous. I’m not sold on this being a good rub on chicken. I’m thinking bigger foods, like beef ribs, or pork loins or tenderloins.

With Craft BBQ Sauce:

Brian – The same underlying floral bouquet, this time with the added sweetness and spice of the Craft BBQ sauce. Very hearty with big flavors. But with the Gold rub, I prefer the dry rubbed chicken. I can see this would be a perfect seasoning on lamb or other game meats, too.

Marilyn – Totally different now with the sauce. I like this much better than just the dry rub, but I still feel this rub is made for beef ribs or pork loin. I can’t speak to the lamb, as I’m not a fan of that meat.

Johnny Secreto Mexicallia Rub

Dry Rubbed:

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Brian – If you remember, this rub was a bit clumpy due to the moisture in the brown sugar, and it shows up again here on these dry rubbed chicken tenders. Whether it’s just a little sweat from the brown sugar releasing the moisture, or the rub itself drawing out moisture from the chicken, the tacky look and feel was not appetizing. The flavor was very muted – just not enough for me. With barely a hint of spice, this rub was the blandest of the three. Perhaps a heavier dose would be in order. It seems to want to be a “Southwest” style of seasoning, but just doesn’t quite get there.

I would recommend Johnny Secreto kick up the chile flavor (whether chipotle, or other) to bring this rub up to the level of flavor that the other 2 rubs bring.

Marilyn – While it’s the least salty of the 3 rubs, and some chile and cumin show up in my mouth, it’s very tame compared to the others. Definitely very sweet, and pleasant, but it’s not really a chile or southwest player. At least not at the level to which we are accustomed.

With Craft BBQ Sauce:

Brian – Again, the Craft BBQ Sauce has enhanced this rub – really bringing out more flavor more than the rub alone. This rub just might not be for chicken – at least in the way we prepared it.

Marilyn – I agree that the sweetness of the sauce really pumped up the flavor of the Mexicalli Rub. And like Brian said, this just may not be for grilled chicken alone. Maybe in a quesadilla or other Mexican fare it would be good.

Final Thoughts

While all of the rubs and the sauce are delicious, each brings its own strong suit. There is nothing wrong with any of them, the packaging and labeling is top notch, and the logo, graphics, and personna of Johnny Secreto is simply stellar.

But of course we have our favorites.

Brian – My favorite overall was the Backyard Classic rub with the Craft BBQ sauce combo. Next would be the incredibly flavorful Gold rub, and I liked this one both dry and sauced. Finally, the Mexicalli with the sauce – it has potential as is, but could be so much bolder.

Marilyn – My favorite combo was also the Backyard Classic with the BBQ sauce. A perfect pairing of rub and sauce. Then the Mexicalli with sauce is my 2nd place favorite. And I thought the Sultan’s Gold with sauce was a huge flavorful player here, but I would use it with caution – and perhaps not on chicken, but the heartier meats.

We concur the Craft Sauce improves all the rubs, at least on the grilled chicken that we used for this review.

Backyard Classic Rub – Rated 4 out of 5 Stars – A perfectly balanced blend of seasonings.
Sultan’s Gold Rub – Rated 3.5 out of 5 Stars – Huge flavor and great appearance and texture. Not your everyday rub.
Mexicalli Rub – Rated 2 out of 5 Stars – Could be spicier and more robust. Needs improvement.
Craft BBQ Sauce – Rated 3.5 out of 5 Stars – It’s pretty darn good. We reserve additional thoughts once we’ve tried it on pork (ribs or pulled). However, it was key to the success of all the rubs. They’re made for each other.

Overall RatingRated 4 out of 5 Stars – Great flavors, quality ingredients, and super cool graphics all add up to top notch offerings. Packing rubs in glass jars is very classy. Kudos.

We highly recommend any and all of their products to our readers – they are all winners. Speaking of all of their products – they also make an Old World Spaghetti Sauce as well as an Espresso Especial Rub, both of which we hope to try soon. They also have a dry pasta you might be interested in.

Visit http://johnnysecreto.com/ today, and get yourself a basketful of these wonderful products. We thank them for the opportunity to review them. And be sure and check out their family history on their About page.

Disclaimer: We received this product courtesy of the manufacturer for review.

Black Friday Deals for Hot Sauce and BBQ Sauce 2012

It’s that time of year again – shop for hot sauce and BBQ sauce from smaller companies that deserve our support. With great gift ideas for the chilehead in your life, and awesome BBQ sauce discounts, you can shop for sauces with these links knowing you are supporting small businesses that create gourmet, artisan style sauces!

Black Friday Hot Sauce and BBQ Sauce Specials 2012

If you have a sale to announce, simply leave a Comment below with all the details – we’d love to know about it!


All Spice Cafe

Use the discount code – SpicyHoliday12 – from Black Friday through Cyber Monday, and get 25% discount at their online store.

http://www.allspicecafe.com/catalog/

Droolin’ Devil Fine Foods

Check out our Black Friday Deals! 20 – 40% on select products now until Monday at midnight!! Heavenly Flavour, Sinfully Good!

http://droolindevil.com/

TATS Sauces & Marinades

We have a BUY 4, GET 1 FREE deal exclusively at www.tatsoriginal.com from November 22-25, 2012!
BLACK WEEKEND SALE: Order any 4 TATS Sauces, Seasonings or Rubs online and get 1 sauce free! Just mention the free jar in the notes section at checkout and we will include the mentioned Barbecue, Pepper or Ghost sauce in your order at no additional charge. HAPPY HOLIDAYS!!!

http://www.tatsoriginal.com

Feiny’s Rubs

Black Friday Sale – Receive 30% off your Order (before shipping) of Feiny’s Rubs. Feiny’s Sampler, Original BBQ, Citrus BBQ, Chesapeake Bay, Steak, Goes on Everything, Goes on Veggie
November 23 – November 27 with coupon code BLACKFEINYS.

http://feintastingfoods.com/

Golden Toad

We’ll have a 20% off deal running from Thanksgiving through Black Friday, Amex Small Business Saturday, and through the end of the night on Cyber Monday. It will be on all Golden Toad and Xtinction products and available at Hot Sauces ‘n More… Enter discount code “golden2012”

http://www.hotsaucesnmore.net/Golden-Toad_bymfg_126-0-1.html

Sauce Goddess

20% off any order over $10. This includes all our awesome sauces, spices and our build-the-perfect-gift, salted caramel corn, shakers and gift packs. In addition, we have an offer for the non-chileheads in the family – order a single half gallon of our mildest sauce – Sticky Sweet – we will ship 2 half gallons for the price of one. That’s right, it’s the double secret deal – just order one half gallon of our killer rib stickin’ Sticky Sweet Grill Glaze and they’ll get 2 half gallons. This offer only applies to that flavor.
Coupon code – BLACKCHILE This coupon code is active from Friday the 23rd at 12:00 am ET through 11:59 Monday the 26th.

http://saucegoddess.com

Butcher BBQ

Injections, rubs and sauces. Free Shipping! on all orders placed online, beginning at Midnight Black Friday through Midnight Saturday 11/24/12.

http://www.butcherbbq.com/

Carolina Sunshine Bar-B-Que Sauces

Starting NOW thru Sunday 11/25/12 – buy 2 Wing Sauces and get one free, plus Rub samples and the coveted “Peace Love and Que” sticker! Find us on Facebook for more info!

http://carolinasunshinebbq.com/

Patter Fam Sauces

Patter Fam Sauces will be having a Black Friday sale! Their Bourbon Barrel Hot Sauce we be on sale for $8 (Reg $20), Pawpaw Chipotle on sale for $4 (Reg $8). They offer FREE Shipping for orders over $50. The sale will begin at 10pm on Thanksgiving and end at 10pm Friday or until product is gone.

http://www.patterfamsauces.com

Fat Cat Foods

For Black Friday: Get 20% off your total online order (before shipping) with the coupon code “BLACKFRIDAY”. Valid all weekend, Friday 11/23/12 thru Sunday 11/25/12.
For Cyber Monday: Get 20% off your total online order (before shipping) with the coupon code “CYBERMONDAY”. Valid Monday 11/26/12 thru 11/30/12.

http://fatcatfoods.com

Heartbreaking Dawns

They are doing their 2nd annual 50% off sale from Black Friday (Nov 23rd beginning 12:01 am Eastern Time) thru Sunday night (Nov 25th 11:59pm Eastern Time)….The code is “black” and as always they will personalize holiday cards, free gift wrap, add candy to all orders etc…they’ll also open their 24 hour holiday hotline the following Monday for custom gift sets and baskets.

http://www.heartbreakingdawns.com

Pork Barrel BBQ

Black Friday Sale – receive 30% off case orders (before shipping) of our Original, Sweet & Mustard BBQ Sauces and Spice Rub from now through Sunday, November 25 with coupon code BLACKFRIDAY.

Case of Rub Link – http://www.porkbarrelbbq.com/case-of-pork-barrel-all-american-spice-rub/
Case of Sauce Link – http://www.porkbarrelbbq.com/case-of-pork-barrelbbq-sauce/

Cyber Monday – receive 25% off (before shipping) orders of $75.00 or more on Monday, November 26 with coupon code CYBERMONDAY25.
Pork Barrel BBQ Online Store – http://www.porkbarrelbbq.com/store/

Bigfat’s Hot Sauce

Black Friday Deal – 20% off all individual bottles of sauce (gift packs not included) from November 23 – Dec 16.

http://wwww.bigfatshotsauce.com/

Buffalo Tom’s Gourmet Sauce

They are offering free shipping anywhere in the USA on a six pack purchase of their Gourmet Hot Sauce for only $4.95 per Bottle for a total of $29.70.

http://www.buffalotomsgourmetsauce.com

CaJohn’s Fiery Foods

Visit www.cajohns.com on Cyber Monday for 40% off all items! Discount will be available from 12:00 AM EST on Monday morning until 11:59 EST Monday night! Code to redeem offer is TRINIDAD.

http://www.cajohns.com

Dimples BBQ Sauce

Free 16oz bottle of Dimples BBQ Sauce with coupon code “Free Bottle” thru 11/30/12. Shipping cost apply. USA only.

http://www.dimplesbbqsauce.com

Global Warming Salsa

While supplies last (they only have about 30 left) but Global Warming Salsa will offer a variety 4 pack of Global Warming Salsa with a free Tabasco Salsa bowl for $40.00 delivered!
Updated! Order a 4-Pack of with four different Global Warming Salsa varieties…Mild 80 degree, Hot 105 degree, India 107 degree and End of the World…and the first 30 will include the ceramic Tabasco salsa bowls…shipped to your door for $40.00! After the limited amount of Tabasco bowls run out, they will include a signed copy of the book Dan Houston of Global Warming Salsa helped co-author called “Breakin’ Down the Barriers” in place of the salsa bowl!

http://www.globalwarmingsalsa.com

California Barbecue Inc.

From 11/20/2012 to 12/25/12, buy a 9oz Bottle of the Chicken Choker Rub and get a free 4oz Bag.

http://www.CaliforniaBBQInc.com

Sin Bin BBQ

Sin Bin BBQ is offering 15% off their line of 4 BBQ sauces valid from Wed. 11/21/12 thru Christmas 12/25/12! Really sweet deal.

http://sinbbq.com

High River Sauces

They are going to do a free T-Shirt with any case order from November 23rd to December 7th.

http://www.highriversauces.com

Blaze Gourmet

Updated!: Blaze Gourmet will be offering its inaugural “Blue Friday” special through Cyber Monday, which will include a free bottle of their new ‘Hot Blueberry Love’ Hot Sauce with any size order from November 23rd – 26th.

http://www.blazegourmet.com

JAC’s Tailgaters

JAC’s Tailgaters will be holding a 20% off sale starting Black Friday November 23rd through New Years Eve 2012.

http://www.jacstailgaters.com

Race City Sauce Works

From 11/16-12/20, buy $40 or more and get 25% off. Plus from Black Friday thru Cyber Monday they are offering BOGO (but one get one) on all products. (Does not have to be the same item to count).

http://www.racecitysauceworks.com

DEFCON Sauces

All quarts of wing sauce (including the Cluckwing Orange) are 20% off through the end of the year.

http://www.defconsauces.com

High Octane Sauce Company

High Octane Sauce Company has gift sets available for the holidays with special pricing on them.

http://www.highoctanesauceco.com

The Madison Chocolatiers West

The Madison Chocolatiers West will be offering 25% off starting on Thanksgiving Day 12:01am 11/22/12 through midnight 11/26/12 Eastern Time

http://www.madisonchocolatier.com

Crazy Good Sauce

$17.00 4 pack special (retail only) consisting of: ADDICTION SAUCES – HABANERO SAUCE, CRAZY GOOD – SOUTHWEST SWEET HEAT, HOT LINE PEPPER PRODUCTS – EVIL OOZE, BORN TO HULA – GHOST OF ANCHO
We also have a 20% off everything (retail only) with the discount code HOL2012.

http://www.crazygoodsauce.com

Intensity Academy

Intensity Academy – any 4 bottles of sauce for $20, or mixed case price only $48!

http://www.intensityacademy.com

Sizzlin’ Sauces

The plans for Chef Bud and Sizzlin’ Sauces for Black Friday, Small Business Saturday/Cyber Monday, as well as the rest of the Christmas season, are as follows:

Black Friday (beginning at Midnight on Friday, November 23rd and lasting through Midnight on Saturday, November 24th)
* A free bottle of the award-winning Spittin Fire XXX Private Reserve (a nearly $10 value) by ordering $30.00 or more from SizzlinSauces.com.

Small Business Saturday through Cyber Monday (beginning @ Midnight on Saturday, November 24th, through Monday November 26th @ Midnight)
* A free bottle of Creepin Quag when ordering a three-month Hot Sauce Of The Month Cub subscription at SizzlinSauces.com

Christmas Special (beginning at Midnight, November 30th through Saturday, December 15th @ Midnight)
* A free bottle of Chile Sweet Sensation AND a free bottle of Papa Jack’s Buffalo Hot Sauce when ordering a six-month subscription to Sizzlin Sauces’ Hot Sauce of the Month Club.

http://www.sizzlinsauces.com


For this great shopping list of Black Friday Specials, we teamed up with – ScottRobertsWeb.com, ILoveItSpicy.com, TheHotZoneOnline.com, Chili Pepper Madness, and RG Sauce Review – to promote some of our favorite manufacturers.

These chilehead blogs are always willing to support our favorite sauce companies and producers of the flavor enhancers that we all love. In an effort to help out these hard-working folks this upcoming holiday season, we are listing the various promotions and sales that makers of hot sauces, salsas, BBQ sauces, wing sauces, rubs, spicy chocolates and more are having this Black Friday weekend, Cyber Monday, and for a few even through Christmas and beyond.

If you are a sauce or seasoning maker of any kind and are having a holiday shopping special on your website, and would like to be included in this list, please let Scott Roberts know about it at scott (at) scottrobertsweb.com with the deal details, dates/times and any applicable coupon code(s), and you will be added to the list.


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