Sriracha

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Sriracha-Infused Snacks

From stout beer to salt, everyone's favorite rooster sauce has been infused with just about everything to varying degrees of success. The problem with all the less successful combinations is that you don't really taste the Sriracha, which isn't going to be an issue with this round of snacks because Huy Fong Foods is ... continue reading
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Aviator Shorts from Ministry of Supply – A Smarter Pair of Shorts SPONSORED

At some point, guys adopted basketball shorts as appropriate summer attire because of comfort. It's time for a pair of shorts more presentable with the same relaxed feel; it's time for the Aviator Shorts from Ministry of Supply. Thanks to 4-way stretch material and a clever design, the Aviator Shorts will move with you effortlessly. Each pair wicks away moisture to keep you dry, features a urethane waistband that keep shirts tucked in, and is coated with a water-resistant polymer that causes water to bead upon contact. Finally a pair of good-looking shorts that don't feel and act like cardboard. ... check it out
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DIY: Make Your Own Sriracha

We're just going to come right out and say it--Sriracha is the best condiment on the planet. Ranch has its place, as does ketchup, but the rooster never disappoints. We even did a blind taste test of nine different Srirachas to find our favorite. What we haven't done (yet!) is make our own. Thanks to Diane Unger and ... continue reading
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Decoded: Sriracha

Let’s get one thing straight: Sriracha is not a fad. Yes, some of the love affair with the hot sauce is a bit over-the-top, but anything that tasty has staying power. And when you think Sriracha, you think Huy Fung Foods Sriracha. If you’ve ever wondered what you’re looking at when you pick up a bottle of the ... continue reading
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Rogue Sriracha Hot Stout

We've boldly proclaimed that we'd put sriracha on anything. Well, the fine folks at Rogue are set to throw down the gauntlet with the release of Sriracha Hot Stout. While we hadn't imagined splashing our beer with any of the Vietnamese hot sauce, if Rogue's making it, we're game. Details on the brew are still scarce ... continue reading
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Sriracha Movie Trailer

The American condiment world has long been dominated by two heavyweights: Ketchup and Mustard. Thanks to a hipster rebellion, Sriracha has become the darling challenger to these titans (sorry, mayo). Griffin Hammond decided to dig deeper into the story and love affair with the hot sauce and has now put out this documentary. ... continue reading
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Sriracha Vodka

Need to drown your sorrows over the impending closure of the Sriracha plant? UV Vodka has just the thing. UV Sriracha Vodka is infused with a blend of chili peppers, garlic and vegetables that's meant to mimic the flavor of the classic hot sauce. Clearly it's solid for making up some bloody marys or any other cocktail ... continue reading
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Jojo’s Sriracha

For as much as we like to joke about hipsters and laugh at Portlandia, we do agree that the whole slow food movement is a good thing. You know what's also a good thing? Sriracha. So clearly, Jojo's Sriracha, which is made with locally sourced chili peppers and a whole lot of giving a fuck (Jolene from Jojo's words ... continue reading
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Sriracha Popcorn

Sometimes we wonder why we even have to write copy. We mean, does this part really matter to you when you've already read the words "Sriracha Popcorn"? We'll just tell you that one of our favorite sites, The Oatmeal, took their sriracha obsession to the folks over at J&D's (the same guys who churn out those wonderful ... continue reading
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Obsession: Sriracha

Condiments aren't supposed to have rabid fan bases. Such things are reserved for boy bands and European soccer teams. This is not the case when it comes to rooster sauce. Sriracha has excitingly attacked the tastebuds of millions since it traveled over from Thailand. If simply applying it to your dinners isn't enough, ... continue reading