Even though I've never chased a sip of creamy beer with a a few squirts of cock sauce, I know Sriracha is going to make it better. Hot sauce makes everything better. Just to make sure, though, I poured myself a glass of Rogue Sriracha Hot Stout Beer.
Sriracha, the hot sauce God would ask for if he ate on Earth, is still made from the same recipe when it first started decades ago. Only the chilis are hotter now. And the sauce is more popular. And the production is much, much larger. Hypebeast took a tour of the giant factory that makes Sriracha in the video below.
Sriracha hot chili sauce isn't just a condiment, it's a food nerd culture movement, and the nuclear red goop's rooster logo serves both as visual shorthand and a nickname—"rooster sauce." But nobody knows who first penned that iconic cock, not even the man who founded the company.
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Irwindale, California, home of the sriracha factory, has declared the factory where that particular bit of hot sauce-alchemy happens to be a public nuisance. No, not to other, lesser condiments (hi there, ketchup), but to the air.
If you put sriracha on over 50% of your foodstuffs like me, you know what makes the Thai chili sauce so good — magical pepper elves. But it turns out there's also several scientific reasons why our taste buds recognize sriracha as one of the best condiments on Earth, and this videos breaks 'em down.
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Subway is reportedly experimenting with a "creamy Sriracha sauce" at select locations in California. Yes, you heard correctly, Subway might be taking a bold stride in defiance of those in America who would keep our food bland and boring,
You can put Sriracha on anything—eggs, sandwiches, noodles. It would probably even make human flesh taste delicious. Now The Oatmeal teamed up with food purveyor JD's to marry the scrumptious hot sauce with popcorn. Nobel Committee, are you paying attention?
Hot sauce, adored worldwide as a way of numbing your mouth into liking something, is a modern kitchen staple. And Sriracha, the iconic red rooster magic juice, is perhaps king of hot sauces. What if you could spray it?
Sriracha is the most complete condiment. You can put it on almost anything—eggs, pizza, noodles, sandwiches. Don't get me started.