Homecooking never failed me specially when its cooked by your best friend only for you
Cumi saos padang, sop daging + baso, jamur crispy dan tahu goreng tepung semuanya enak, pedesnya cucok banget. Perut kenyang hati bahagia bisa ketemu dan update cerita kehidupan yang fana ini 😇🤭😂
Chili In Hawaii has the hots for you! Their story of how they started puts a fire in our hearts. One day their favorite hot sauce place was going out of business and they were sad because they didn’t know where they would get their heat from in Hawaii with out them. The dad came home one day and surprised them by telling them he bought the business to keep them and all of the chili heads in Hawaii happy! Since then this dad, mom and four sons have been keeping the traditional items from around the world and they also began to make their own items with a Hawaiian flavor! The hot sauces they create use all natural ingredients from Hawaii, are made here locally and have glass recyclable containers to keep our island clean. They have created their own powdered spices for tacos, chili, chipotle, habanero flakes, cocoa & coffee as well as 8 amazing, different sauces ranging from mild to wild with classic Hawaiian names like “Guava Lava” and” Kiawe Smoke”. They sell the hottest lollipop in the world that is often seen in competitions, spicy candies, nuts, gummies, cheese puffs and jams. For Christmas they have the best stocking stuffers including Disney cars, slime, handmade ornaments, stickers and jewelry! Be sure to watch our stories today to see their Christmas special and to follow them on Instagram at @chiliinhawaii to see all of their hot items 🔥🌶🔥
Leftover red lentil soup for very late breakfast. One of my favourite. From @bonniestern's book Essentials of home cooking. Simple list of ingredients, short cooking time. Onion, garlic, grated carrot, cumin, red lentils, lemon. I add chopped skinned overripe tomato and ground coriander. Today I topped the soup with more lemon juice, Harissa oil and crunchy toasted pumpkin seeds. .
*This is NOT a typical review* This sauce was sent to me from @jshotsauce He sent this sauce to me and a few other hot sauce reviewers for us to attempt and guess the ingredients used in this scorching hot sauce. J said this sauce is his hottest yet and will be available for a limited release sometime in 2019. This sauce is Estate Grown and Titled “F-Bomb”. Smell: The aroma of this sauce is killer. The first thing I can tell is that the peppers were fermented. As soon as your nostrils hit the bottle you get this overwhelming blast of peppers. I can without a doubt smell Carolina Reaper as those peppers have a very distinct aroma giving a sort of sweet, fruity, citrus and chocolatey aroma. Following behind the Carolina Reaper I smell some other peppers. I am not entirely sure what other peppers could possibly be in this, but I can tell that whatever peppers are used, they are very floral in terms of Aroma with notes of citrus. Maybe some type of ghost pepper and habanero varieties? Other than the peppers, I can pick up some Garlic and Onion, maybe one or two different types of vinegars, maybe white wine vinegar. Pour: As I poured the sauce onto the spoon, I got hit with a moment of terror as I realized this sauce is pretty much straight pepper mash. Its extremely chunky. Taste: Eating a spoonful of this sauce really put me on my ass. It’s like eating a fresh Carolina reaper pod, if not worse. This is close to be a straight pepper mash. The flavor is excellent and extremely pepper-forward. You can tell that the peppers were fermented into a mash as soon as the sauce its your mouth. You get this overwhelming range of flavors coming form a handful of peppers. I know for a fact there is a good amount of Carolina Reaper in this sauce as I get that distinct reaper flavor that is sweet and citrusy, but then following behind it I can taste some floral peppers. There must be ghost pepper in this sauce along with some habanero variations. The sauce does have a little bit of sweetness before being overrun by the heat. (READ MY COMMENTS FOR THE REST OF THE REVIEW, I RAN OUT OF SPACE)
Trying out 2 favorite local Hot Sauces @greenbellyfoods Red Belly Cabanero Hot Sauce and @yaisthai Extra Hot Chili Garlic in regular recipes that could use an extra kick.
1. Char Grilled Chicken and Onion Spicy Mac & Cheese. Chicken Rub: Cayenne, California Chili, Paprika, Garlic Rubbed Chicken and my basic cheese sauce with more or less 1/3 bottle of Red Belly.
2. Yai's Thai's Steak and Asparagus Fried Rice. Steak, Onions and Asparagus marinated homemade Hoison Sauce, Soy, Sesame Oil and more or less 1/3 bottle of Yai's Garlic Hot Sauce.