We know you think this is going to be difficult, but it’s really all about a shift in focus towards the world’s hottest hot sauces.
Of course there’s a National Fried Shrimp Day. Why wouldn’t there be. And, we kind of love that it falls on the 21st of December; fried shrimp is perhaps the most perfect snack or easy supper for last minute holiday madness. It’s quick and deceptively easy to prepare. Better still, when you add in the […]
Sure, you might not get away with covering the entire turkey with your favorite Mad Dog 357 Pepper Puree at Christmas, but that doesn’t mean you can’t make a meaty main that will blow the lid off this year’s Christmas feast. This recipe for six looks as good as it tastes. Well, almost. It’s frightfully […]
Creamy polenta and sausage with peppers and some serious Mad Dog kick? Yep, we got all that here. And, you’ll be grateful for the creamy, cheesy polenta on your plate once you bite into one of our scorpion pepper pods. This is just the sort of recipe that you need on cold autumn evenings; it’s […]
Once declared the hottest pepper in the world, the fiery hot Trinidad Moruga Scorpion pepper isn’t one to take lightly. At its very peak, the pepper generally tops at least 1.2 million SHUs, but it can go even hotter than that. Some plants have hit more than 2 million SHUs, making it currently the second […]
The Carolina Reaper pepper is proof that sometimes leaving it up to nature alone isn’t enough. This pepper crossbreed is a former record holder when it comes to the world’s hottest chili pepper. While it took home the honor several years ago, the Reaper is still seriously hot. First bred in a greenhouse in South […]
A new study has reported that hot peppers reduce breast cancer cell growth and increase cell death without affecting normal breast cells. The study was designed to investigate the relationship between the capsaicin content of peppers and the impact of pepper extracts on human breast and leukemia cancer cells. Reports are inconsistent concerning the anticancer activity of hot peppers and their primary biologically active component, capsaicin. The authors tested extracts from several different peppers in human breast and leukemia cancer cell lines in the laboratory.