There are many meat-based hot sauces in Africa, but also some distinctly vegetarian sauces such as this Ethiopian one at Fiery Foods Central. Sever this sauce over starchy dishes such as plantains, yams, or rice.
Man, when I interviewed Amber Button and she told me she was merging her two food gigs into one with her the sole captain at the helm, I thought she meant “sometime down the line,” not “sometime later this week.” Here’s what she posted on her Facebook page earlier today.
If you’ve run into CaJohn Hard on the hot sauce show circuit, you know he’s partnered up with Amber Button for the AmberFyre product line. I’ve really liked what’s come out of that team up so far, especially the black cherry bourbon barbecue sauce. That said, Amber herself was an unknown to me. CaJohn isn’t one to join forces with just anybody, so I called her up this week for an interview on AmberFyre and her adventures in spicy.
Much like Godzilla, the National Fiery Foods Show has gone back to sleep after wreaking a little havoc. Both show up briefly, set things ablaze, and then leave. Both take place in cities with great food. Both have made at least 26 appearances.
The 27th National Fiery Foods & BBQ Show invades the Sandia Resort & Casino this week, from March 6-8. Here’s a quick rundown on the schedule. See you there!