Brought to us by Rogue — no stranger to unorthodox brews — the hot stout is made with the real stuff from Huy Fong. Perfect to pair up with any Asian dishes, pizza, soups… pretty much anything Sriracha goes good with. So, everything.
Never lose your keys, or be without hot sauce on-the-go again, with Sriracha2Go. The handy little keychain can be filled with sriracha and conveniently clipped to your keys.
No longer will you have to go without sriracha when you’re away from home, or have to make sure you use a purse big enough to haul that enormous green-topped bottle… you know who you are. It’s OK, you’re amongst friends.
Sriracha2Go ships empty, but is eager to be filled with sriracha goodness. Now, where the hell are my keys?!?
Fact… Sriracha is the greatest condiment in recorded history. Fact… Onion rings > French Fries. Fact… Bacon is the best thing ever.
So, it only makes sense that Sriracha Bacon Onion Rings were created to rule all other side dishes and appetizers. Forged by Half Baked Cooks, a simple recipe is all that stands between you and some precious rings of your very own. That, and Bacon Gollum.
Finally, our addiction to Sriracha is explained… With science. The Chemistry of Sriracha, by The American Chemical Society, not only explains why the hot chili sauce beckons us like an irresistible sea nymph — but also how Sriracha is able to retain its hypnotic red color for so long.
The culprits are actually a combination of endorphin-releasing capsaicinoids and color-retaining preservatives. Just the very mention of Sriracha leads to enormous traffic spikes on food culture sites such as this one. And, you can’t argue with science.
Sriracha… We know the iconic bottle, and its capability of improving any meal. But what’s the origin and backstory behind the hot sauce?
Sriracha The Movie has the answers to your burning questions, with a documentary that traces Sriracha back to its place of origin, and covers its present-day cult following and hipster worship. The trailer can be seen below, as well as information on how to purchase the entire film for a mere $5. Go get learnin’.