One thing I look for most in a go-to spice rub is versatility and Chef Eddie Adams’ Cajun Flavor Spices packs that aplenty. So far I’ve used it with beef, turkey, chicken, pork, and lamb, with great results every time.
Bitchin’ Sauce kicked us most of its products to play with and so far I have to say, the stuff is terrific. You know that when you sample a dip and your first instinct is to grab a spoon instead of a chip.
I really don’t care for product reviews where the reviewer doesn’t seem to have actually tried the product in question. And you know it’s a doozy when the lead-in is a disclaimer stating that if you buy something using the links in the story, that the reviewing site earns a commission.
Kelp isn’t my first choice for salsa ingredients but Barnacle Foods makes it work pretty well. By which I mean, for a kelp product, it’s pretty un-kelpy.
Last week we looked at Gringo Bandito Original and now we’re paying a visit to its green cousin. Habanero and serrano peppers bring their own blend of fire and flavor to the mix, which also contains garlic, more peppers, spices, and an unspecified mojo.
Gringo Bandito being the project of The Offspring’s lead singer/guitarist Dexter Holland, I promise not to make any cheesy references to their music in the writing of this review of his fine product.
When Kasaito graced us with its Jerk Seasoning Oil to review, I was a pretty happy camper. And I got happier after I tasted it.