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All Spice Café Gourmet Foods

All Spice Café Gourmet Foods

I met JD a few years ago and we had the pleasure of trying some of his sauces. They are all good especially if you like a full flavored sauce with a little heat. Each sauce has its own unique flavor. We have used them in tacos, burritos, casseroles and chicken. These are well worth checking out. They are not your everyday sauce and great for everyday and those occasions when you want something extra special. The heat depends on your heat index, for me these are a about a 3. On the other hand these are too hot for Patti. So, she just adds a little sour cream so she can still enjoy their excellent flavor.

Here are a few recipes we have enjoyed with these sauces.

Fiery Piggy Balls, wood pellet, grill, BBQ, smoker, recipeFiery Piggy Balls

We wanted to do an extra spicy appetizer wrapped in bacon, of course, for game day. Happily we just got some wonderful and extra zingy sauces from All Spice Café, so we knew we could put their Cayenne Habanero Sauce to good use.

Link to recipe; http://datenightdoins.com/fiery-piggy-balls/

Then, a Caribbean Spice Chicken…

Caribbean Spice Chicken, wood pellet, grill, BBQ, smoker, recipe

Caribbean Spice Chicken

The All Spice Café’s Caribbean Spice Sauce is not like anything I have ever tasted, it’s a really zingy sauce (not hot) that’s all natural and gluten free that leaves your mouth with a “Happy Glow”. The best I can describe it is a very pleasant even refreshing glow. Already thinking of other things to use it with…

Link to recipe; http://datenightdoins.com/caribbean-spice-chicken/

We used the whole variety of the All Spice Café sauces in our 3 Flavors of Wings. We will post that recipe soon.

3 Flavors of Wings

3 Flavors of Wings

The All Spice Café sauces are great and we have some mouth watering ideas for some future cooks.

Caribbean Spice Sauce – Mild – Caribbean Spice Sauce is a perfect mix of flavor and heat. There is a hint of jerk seasonings, including allspice, nutmeg, cinnamon, garlic, and onion. It’s the perfect addition to chicken, pork, seafood, even add it to eggs. 2007 Scovie Award Winner for 1st Place in the Caribbean category and 2009 Scovie Award winner in the Cook It Up Jerk Seasoning category. Chile Pepper Magazine’s 2008 Fiery Food Challenge Winner for 2nd Place in the Caribbean-Style category and a 1st Place Golden Chile at the 2009 Fiery Food Challenge. 1st Place winner at The Hot Pepper Awards.
Here are some recipes that use Caribbean Spice Sauce (link)

Chipotle Garlic Sauce – Chipotle Garlic Sauce is an overwhelming favorite and best seller. Great as a grilling sauce, as a dipping sauce and as a marinade.
Put it on your omelette or in your taquitos. See our recipe for Tri-Tip Marinade.
Chile Pepper Magazine’s Fiery Food Challenge Winner for 3rd Place in the Chipotle category. 3rd Place Scovie Award in the Hot Sauce – Speciality Chile category.
Here are some recipes that use Chipotle Garlic Sauce (link)

Cayenne Habanero – Cayenne Habanero Sauce got it’s start as a hot wing sauce, but that perfect flavor has been used on everything from popcorn to pasta sauce, as well as a marinade for chicken or steak, and even added to Ranch Dressing.
Scovie Award Winner for 2nd and 3rd Place in the Hot Sauce – Habanero category, as well as a 3rd Place in the Hot Sauce – Louisiana Style category.
Here are some recipes that use Cayenne Habanero Sauce (link)

We will be trying this one soon…
Jolokia Ghost Pepper Sauce – The Bhut Jolokia Ghost Pepper is one of the World’s Hottest Peppers and following in our tradition of making very flavorful sauces, we came up with an Extreme Heat sauce that has a similar flavor profile to our Cayenne Habanero sauces, but with the slight smoky flavor of the Ghost Pepper and with its fiery heat.

We didn’t want an over-the-top sauce that was just hot for the sake of being super hot, but we wanted a sauce that had some really great flavor and could be used in many different ways, from making classic Buffalo style hot wings, to adding a kick to a Bloody Mary or marinara sauce, to just a sauce you would pour on anything that you wanted an extra kick.
Here are some recipes that use Ghost Pepper Sauce (link)

You can find these at Whole Foods, Sprouts, Jewel Osco and Mariano’s markets and online @ http://allspicecafe.com/

Contact Info;

All Spice Cafe
1415 W. 22nd Street, Tower Floor
Oak Brook, IL 60523
(844) 4 ALL SPICE
(844) 425-5774
http://allspicecafe.com/

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Ken & Patti

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