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Maker Stories

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. 
Erica says she was the different one. At a young age, Erica loved drawing and knew that she wanted to end up NYC.
Laura and Jared of Poor Devil Pepper Company share their journey with starting their fermented hot sauce company, collaborating with artists, sourcing from local farmers, and their zero waste approach.

Small Axe Peppers is a mission forward company that makes delicious hot sauces partnering with community growers across 15 cities in America.

I am a certifiable fiery foods fanatic, but hot sauce and fresh homegrown produce has been a part of my life since the day I was born in New Orleans, Louisiana. My grandfather, Roger Baumer, was plant manager and brother to Baumer Foods founder Alvin Baumer.
Sufia emigrated from Bangladesh at the age of 12 and moved into the fashion industry after graduating from FIT. She shares her journey leaving fashion to pursue her love of food and hot sauce.
My first memories of being introduced to hot and spicy food came around the young age of 6 years old, where my parents would pack the family car and head off to upstate NY farms to pick fresh vegetables, which included hot peppers.
Gene from Karma Sauce in Rochester, New York shares what happens to your business when your sauce is featured on Hot Ones on YouTube, how he got started making hot sauce, and what it's like to grow all the peppers that go into your hot sauce.
Steve Seabury from High River Sauces (Brooklyn, NY) comes onto the Craft Hot Sauce podcast to talk about putting on the NYC Hot Sauce Expo and the biggest and best hot sauce events in the world!
Tim from Pepplish Provisions (Queens, NY) started his hot sauce venture in 2015 shares the funny and exciting stories of starting his hot sauce company on the podcast.
The Bronx Hot Sauce is unique. More than 30 Bronx community gardens grow the serrano peppers which makes this delicious hot sauce. Each bottle you buy directly supports the gardens and gardeners who grow these serrano peppers.