Outfitted with everything you need to make a proper hot sauce at home, this kit from Chili Labs includes 2 uniquely formulated spice blends. Forager’s blend is made up of guajillo, chipotle, and pequin peppers & the Grove blend contains piri piri, anaheim, and habanero which create a yellow hot sauce. The kits also include 4 glass bottles with cork stoppers & tools: a mesh strainer & metal funnel.
Sriracha goes with everything and with the new Sriracha Stix, it can now go directly into your meat & poultry while cooking adding that snap of heat & flavor from the inside out while it cooks. Four flavors are available: Classic, Butter Garlic, Teriyaki, and soon-to-be-named-by-fans, Blend X.
Yes, you’ll need nachos, maybe some sliders, pizza & of course lots of ice-cold dad sodas but how about cooking up something new on Super Bowl Sunday? Like, Baked Crispy Cajun Chicken Wings with pineapple glaze. Sounds good & gourmet, right? Well, it is. And better yet, the recipe is pretty simple. Put on your apron & go for the Extra Point.
With rare exceptions, we can pretty much all agree that any pizza is good pizza. Mini tortilla pizza most certainly is. It’s finger-food size, so easy to hold in one hand with a beer in the other. Making them is easy, too. 4 ingredients are all you need: tortillas, sauce, cheese, & pepperoni. Wanna add something else? Do it.
Z-Man Kits bring the unmatched goodness of Joe’s Kansas City Bar-B-Que right to your doorstep in complete packages that include all the ingredients you need to make an authentic Joe’s sandwich at home. Choose from brisket, pulled pork, or chicken. Each kit makes 8 man-size sandos.
Generally speaking, homemade chili is pretty simple to make. All the ingredients go into one pot, add spices, and just let it do its thing. This recipe ups the ante with the addition of a bottle of Newcastle Brown Ale, which is proven to give the flavor of chili a little extra snap.
Beer. It truly does makes everything better. And if you’re having a few, you’ll need some snacks. We found an easy way for you to fortify that bowl of mixed nuts on the bar with some home-cooked craft and flavor: Coat them with a mixture of boiled molasses and your favorite ale & throw them in the oven to get glazed.