Greg from Inferno Farms on Breaking the Carolina Reaper Consumption Record

July 07, 2019

greg foster from inferno farms

Craft Hot Sauce Podcast with guest Greg Foster from Inferno Farms

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Owner of Inferno Farms and holder of the Guinness Book World record for most Carolina Reaper peppers eaten in one minute, Greg Foster, comes on the craft hot sauce podcast. On the podcast Greg shares some of his earliest spicy memories, lessons learned from culinary and hot sauce mentors, and what’s going through his mind before eating bowls of reapers in front of 1000+ people.

You can follow Inferno Farms on social @infernofarms and in case you’re interested in taking a peak in seeing Greg break that pepper record, here’s the video here.

Website - infernofarmshotsauce.com

Social - @infernofarms

San Diego, California 

 

The music guest is the Resolectrics and their song Elevator Blues. They have a new full-length album "Open Seas" that I’ve been listening to for the past few years and really enjoying.

You can listen to and purchase their album on BandCamp: https://resolectrics.bandcamp.com/track/elevator-blues. They're constantly playing gigs in and around the Pacific NW and plan to expand their reach to most of the West Coast in the next year or so, so keep an eye out cuz they might be coming to your town! You can follow them @resolectrics on Instagram and Facebook for updates.




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