One highlight of every Fiery Foods Show is the DISC-IT giveaway. That’s when DISC-IT founder and front man Nevin Montano draws the name of one lucky entrant to take home a brand new DISC-IT grill. This year’s winner was Evan Nevarez of Roswell, NM. He couldn’t make it back to the show so his brother picked it up for him. This wasn’t DISC-IT’s only big news from the 2015 National Fiery Foods and Barbecue Show, though.
It’s been too long since I’ve run a news post on the blog. Well, no more, I say! Hot News is back and I’ll try to run it once a week. If you have a news item for us, please message us on the Facebook page and we’ll be happy to run it. And now, the news…
Okay, there wasn’t actually a hurricane at this year’s National Fiery Foods and Barbecue Show in Albuquerque. We had wind and rain with a healthy dash of chaos to really set off the event, though. There just wasn’t any of the downside you get in an actual tropical storm.
This is how it works: Customers bring their DISC-IT and donate their time and the food they are serving. You can make anything you want on the DISC-IT – offer sample servings of 1-2 oz.
Twenty-five years, 500,000 superhots, and the Doctor makes a house call. That sums up the 25th Annual National Fiery Foods and Barbecue Show so fast it doesn’t do justice to what was really a three-day chile party at Sandia Resort & Casino March 1-3.
The dead elk in question was ground into burger patties and the kick was courtesy of the spicy goodness infused within it thanks to some chorizo and special seasoning. See, Mike Frison stopped by Disc-It for a cooking demo using his Fri-B-Que Seasoning on some amazing Elk and Chorizo Burgers. You can see the demo here or if you just want the recipe for yourself, here you go
Even the hardest chicken wingnut gets a little tired of the little red variations on poultry limbs smothered in crimson heat. If you know one of these fanatics, here’s your chance to throw them into a tailspin. A smoldering, hot tailspin painted in green.