Puckerbutt Pepper Co. Sells Sauce for Charity!
At the Houston Hot sauce show, Ed Currie, CEO of Puckerbutt Pepper Company had a bunch of people sign a case of I Dare You Stupit sauce to raise money for the Snowdrop Foundation, the Houston Hot Sauce Festival’s charity of choice, and the beneficiary of the festival’s profits.
In addition to Ed Currie, some big names signed the bottles, including John “CaJohn” Hard, CEO of CaJohn’s; Chef Vic Clinco, World Renowned Hot Sauce collector; James Wreck, CEO of iBurn Hot Sauce store in Houston, TX; Tim Bader, CEO of Volcanic Peppers; Jim Duffy, CEO of Refining Fire Chiles CEO; and Al “Buddah” Goldenberg, who runs the long standing fiery food blog “I Love it Spicy”, along with ILIS reviewer Fiber Joe Madrid. Also signing the bottles were Fiery Food You Tube sensations Ted Barrus, aka the Fire Breathing Idiot; Brad Bishop, aka Bishop Brad/Pepper Lucha; and Brannon Deobolt, aka Average Joe. How much would you pay for that ?
So, Ladies and Gentlemen, How much would you pay for a bottle of I Dare You Stupit knowing that ALL the proceeds will go to the Snowdrop Foundation for cancer patients. According to Currie, the bottles are being sold on Ebay with Puckerbuttpeppercompany as the seller. If you have an interest in one of these bottles for your collection, please click the link below! The folks at Snowdrop will thank you. And especially the many patients who benefit from the Snowdrop Foundation, and your generosity.
Link to Puckerbuttpeppercompany Ebay site
Thanks in advance, Ladies and Gentlemen! And always remember that yes, Virginia, It is a Fiery World!
Posted on November 5, 2013, in Hot Sauce Festival, Hot Sauce Review, Hot Sauce, Spicy Food, hotsauce, Fiery World, It's a Fiery World, Spicy Food Reviews, Uncategorized and tagged Al Goldenberg, Average Joe's Reviews, Bishop Brad, Brad Bishop, Brannon Diebolt, Buddah, CaJohn's, Ed Currie, Fiber Joe Madrid, fiery world, Fire Breathing Idiot, Houston Hot Sauce Festival, I love it spicy, iBurn, It's A Fiery World, James Wreck, Jim Duffy, John Hard, Ken Alexander, Refining Fire Chiles, Snowdrop Foundation, Ted Barrus, Tim Bader, Vic Clinco, Volcanic Peppers. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.
Puckerbutt is getting some good press lately and great sauce reviews… granted Ed is the man these days for his Carolina Reaper pepper. I need to get these guys products on my hot sauce retail site.Glad to see they are a charitable organization. Thanks for posting – being from Rochester, NY it can be hard to get all the insight into some smaller producers. http://www.peppernutz.com