So, as I start my container garden season, I am reminded that one of the things I have had the greatest success growing over the years is chili peppers. I use a few of them when they are fresh, and then dry a few more – usually for decorative purposes but always wished I could get more out of them. Therefore you can imagine how thrilled I was to find the Homemade Hot Sauce Kit from the fine folks at The Chili Lab – so maybe I can learn something that will lead to a better use of the peppers I will inevitably yield this year.

About the Homemade Hot Sauce Kit from The Chili Lab: “The Homemade Hot Sauce Kit is the result of a new collaboration between The Chili Lab and W&P Design and includes the spice blends and tools needed to craft two uniquely flavorful hot sauces at home. The Kit allows hot sauce lovers to go beyond generic heat by providing two secret Chili Lab blends of dried peppers, each with their own distinct flavor profile. The Forager’s Blend contains guajillo, chipotle, and pequin peppers, resulting in a red hot sauce with deep notes of red berries, wood smoke, and earth. The Grove Blend contains piri piri, anaheim, and habanero peppers resulting in a yellow hot sauce with bright notes of citrus, green herbs and cut grass.”

Find the Homemade Hot Sauce Kit from The Chili Lab here.

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