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Maker Stories

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.
I have memories of getting gifts from my friends of hot sauce from all their travels, dragging my friends to hot sauce conventions so we can try them all day long, and embarrassing my friends as I take my travel size sauces out of my purse when the restaurant didn’t have any.
Paula of River City Flame in Richmond Virginia shares her stories living overseas while serving in the military and what inspired her to bring flavors and her favorite condiment from Hong Kong to the US.
Growing up in the 1970’s, in the Washington DC area, I do not remember seeing hot sauce in our family pantry or in the DC suburban restaurants or grocery stores that we frequented. This doesn’t mean it was not out there.
Stacy Mortiz shares how Secret Aardvark began hocking sauce at Portland farmer’s markets and have grown to be in over 1,000 roadhouses, eateries, and shops around the world.
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.
Jolene Collins of the Colorado based artisanal sriracha company Jojo's Sriracha talks about why she decided to start her business and why her motto is love hard, give a fuck!
My family and I live in St. Augustine, FL, the "Nation's Oldest City," and for years we had been buying a particular Datil Pepper hot sauce called Snake Bite. It was our absolute favorite hot sauce