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Maker Stories

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.
Craft Hot Sauce features Rick DeSimone. Quarantine Hot Sauce was founded mid-pandemic when he stumbled upon a hot sauce making kit that needed an upgrade.
Debra Sandler is a doer. She is a perfect example of someone with high ambitions who has never forgotten her family and her roots. With over 30 years of experience in corporate America, she has now turned her focus to Bazodee, a Caribbean-inspired, natural, family-driven line of pepper sauces and marinades.
As I was growing up, I would visit family in Trinidad and Tobago and enjoy all the delicacies prepared by my grandma. One of which was a pepper sauce unique to my family.
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.
Growing up in Mexican culture, there is hot sauce everywhere and it’s very common for many people to say “If there’s no hot sauce I can’t eat”.
The Kitchen Garden is a 45-acre organic specialty vegetable farm located in Sunderland, Massachusetts. Tim Wilcox and Caroline Pam started the farm in 2006 after meeting at the Union Square Greenmarket in New York City in 2003, where they both worked as market managers.
Town Tine Hot Sauce was created by Bernard King and Eibhlín Cooke in the summer of 2020 and was a product of their keen interest in hot sauce, fermented foods and, in reality, boredom as a result of the Covid-19 restrictions that were in place in Ireland at the time. Although both parties had loved hot sauce prior to making their first batch, neither had ever thought that they would ever be making and selling it in their local community and beyond.
Phil talks about different methods of hydroponics, peppers he’s most excited about growing, and lots of advice for those looking to learn more about growing peppers and hydroponics.
David shares his entrepreneurial journey starting Seed Ranch Flavor Company in 2017 in Boulder, Colorado. Topics discussed on the podcast include what happens when your hot sauce gets on Season 11 of the show "Hot Ones", and how David creates and launches new flavors.
My mother is South American and my father is from the Middle East, and dinner at our house while I was growing up often involved a number of table condiments both spicy and not. For example, my father introduced me to schug (pronounced “skoog”) at a young age, which is...

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