The Hot Sauce Cookbook: A Complete Guide to Making Your Own, Finding the Best, and Spicing Up Meals with World-Class Pepper Sauces by Robb WalshFrom veteran cookbook author Robb Walsh, this definitive guide to the worlds most beloved condiment is a must-have for fans of dishes that can never be too spicy.
Robb Walsh, founder of the annual Austin Hot Sauce Festival and a recognized authority on all things piquant, created this combination cookbook/project manual/food history to appeal to the legions of hot sauce fans around the world. With chapters on the history of hot sauce, tips and recipes for making your own brand-inspired sauces at home, and more than 50 recipes using hot sauce- ranging from Nuclear Wings to Carolina Sloppy Joes to Spicy Bloody Marys to Pickapeppa Pot Roast - The Hot Sauce Cookbook is the be-all, end-all cookbook for pepper sauce aficionados.
235.14 2014 Austin Chronicle Hot Sauce Festival
We have an admission to make — we have the hots for you. In the process, you have provided thousands of meals for people in need through the Capital Area Food Bank of Texas. We have to say we're mighty impressed. We're glad to have you back again; we've been a hot mess without you. We also hope your taste buds have had a chance to heal in the past year, because we plan to give them a workout. This year, we are adding a new judges' award for commercial super hot sauce. Our cadre of celebrity chileheads have the daunting task of tasting some of the most extreme concoctions in the land in order to crown the capsicum king.
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In addition to subjecting their taste buds to fiery flavors, guests helped raise more than 39, meals for the Capital Area Food Bank of Texas. Along with individual winners, the Hot Sauce Festival awarded several local restaurants and bottlers for their spicy accomplishments. Read on for the complete list of winners who brought the heat in Sad shutters. By Brandon Watson. Last supper. Salad days.
The Austin Chronicle is proud to announce the lineup for the Hot Sauce Festival, celebrating 28 years as the largest hot sauce festival in the world and benefiting the Central Texas Food Bank. In addition to the live music performances, guests at the Austin Chronicle Hot Sauce Festival will get to sample hundreds of hot sauces, from mild to SUPER hot varieties, and vote on their favorites. Be sure to stop by the hot sauce vendor booths for more samples, specialty sauces and peppers, cookbooks, and other fare. Hungry for more? Sorry, but no dogs, coolers, or smoking allowed. Submissions for hot sauce entries are now open, so sign up today!
The paper is distributed through free news-stands, often at local eateries or coffee houses frequented by its targeted demographic. The newspaper reported a weekly readership of , The Chronicle was co-founded in by Nick Barbaro and Louis Black , with assistance from others who largely met through the graduate film studies program at the University of Texas at Austin. Barbaro and Black are also co-founders of the South by Southwest Festival, although the festival operates as a separate company. Its precursor in style and format was the Austin Sun , a bi-weekly that had ceased operations in , after four years of publication. With a progressive point of view and irreverent voice, the Chronicle covers local and state news as well as the Austin food, film, theater, art and music communities. The paper also has a number of annual features, including the 'Best of Austin' awards, cut-out masks for Halloween , the April Fools' edition, and the First Plates Restaurant Awards.