Where’s that Hot Sauce Made? New York City is Setting a Fast Pace for all Things Spicy! 


I just posted this link on my Facebook page- the link to the below article drives home what I’ve been saying for quite a while now- some fine hot sauce comes out of New York! And the whole East coast, for that matter!!! A special shout out to High River Sauces Steve Seabury and our friends at Endorphin Farms who are featured in the Crain’s New York Business Magazine article by Matt Gross!! Enjoy our collective Fiery World, peeps!! #itsafieryworld #fieryworld

http://www.crainsnewyork.com/article/20160522/SMALLBIZ/160529960/hot-times-in-the-city-for-hot-sauce

About Ken Alexander

Ken Alexander is a self-proclaimed Chilehead, with a love of spicy food, hot sauce, and the zest of life. Ken lives in Baton Rouge, LA, in the heart of Cajun Food country, and enjoys experiencing new tastes and flavors from all over the world. In addition to managing It's a Fiery World, "Ken's Fiery World" is a regular podcast segment on Scott Roberts' Weekly Firecast, where they discuss all things hot, spicy, and tasty! Ken is also a staff reviewer for the video based review site ILoveitSpicy.com and has been a contributor to the Premier spicy food blog HotSauceDaily.com. Ken also likes humming TV theme songs, playing Yahtzee, and quoting old Kris Kristofferson lyrics. But above it all, Ken love to celebrate our collective "Fiery World"!!

Posted on May 23, 2016, in Fiery World, Hot and Spicy Food, Hot Sauce, Hot Sauce Festival, hotsauce, It's a Fiery World, Spicy Food. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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