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Sufia from Silly Chilly Hot Sauce on Leaving fashion to Start a Hot Sauce Company

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Sufia Hossain the Founder of Silly Chilly Hot Sauce of Queens, New York comes on the Craft Hot Sauce Podcast. Sufia moved to Queens from Bangladesh at the age of 12. She graduated from the Fashion Institute of Technology when she started a career working in the fashion industry. Some time into her career she got the entrepreneurship bug and wanted to start a mission forward business that would support local agriculture.
The music guest is Imam Collective. Imam was born and raised in Karachi, Pakistan. He began playing the guitar at the age of 12 and since then has devoted countless hours to mastering the instrument.
 
Imam Collective is his new project, that blends American Roots music (blues and jazz) with Indian Classical music influences. The song featured is their first single: 'Baltimore' a jazz funk tune drawing inspiration from the Boston funk scene Imam spent his college years around.
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Queens, New York

Sarah Marshall, a born and raised Oregonian, creates an array of handmade hot sauces that reflect her deep connection to her home. Sarah and her husband Dirk have been making and selling spicy sauces in Portland, Oregon since 2011. Hear their story on the Craft Hot Sauce Podcast.
About 12 years ago I became interested in growing food for myself and my wife. I convinced our building manager in Bronxville, New York to let me install some raised beds in the outdoor common areas. After a few successful seasons growing vegetables, I saw that one of the crops that lingered into the Fall in the Northeast was chilies.
Left Lane Pepper Company is a car- and driving-themed brand parked at the intersection of hot sauce lovers and car enthusiasts. Story written by co-owners Bernadette “Bernie” Domingo and John Stech, both based in New York City. 

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