Monday, April 12, 2010

Anna Mae's Smoky Sweet Chipotle Oven & Grill Sauce

We found this smoky chipotle sauce at Robert Rothschild Farms, a manufacturer of many specialty food items. It looks pretty good judging by the customer reviews on their site but it is $9.19 per jar plus the shipping.
Smoky chipotle peppers combine with onions, honey mustard and spices to make this sauce extraordinary.

  • Brush on grilled meats, especially beef, ribs and chicken.
  • Add to your favorite baked beans recipe.
  • Use as a topping for meatloaf.
  • All-Natural
  • Kosher
  • Gluten Free
  • Allergens: None
  • For nutritional information and ingredients, click on Nutritional Info.
  • Shelf life: 24 months unopened, up to 6 months opened.
  • Free recipes included with all product orders!

Friday, April 9, 2010

Organic Valley Smoky Chipotle Beef Jerky.

Here is the first of the Smoky Chipotle Beef Jerky products we have found. This one even has the benefit of being healthful, wholesome; made with beef that is humanely raised on family farms.

Beef Jerky is a healthy snack superstar, offering organic eaters the high protein, lowfat indulgence you desire. Medium flavored Smoky Chipotle Beef Jerky brings the savory flavor of healthy, wholesome and humane organically raised, pastured beef, with a mouthwatering blend of certified organic spices and hardwood smoked flavor. When food is truly produced in harmony with nature, the result is nothing short of remarkable.

organic beef, sea salt, organic sucanat, organic spices, celery juice powder, organic cane sugar, organic garlic powder.

Thursday, April 8, 2010

Smoky Chipotle Pizza Peppers...YUM!

Daviola Smoky Chipotle is one part heat and two parts smooth. We’ve found the perfect jalapeño chile smoking process and turned something ordinary into a salt-free pizza topping worthy of poetry.

Every chipotle starts its life as a jalapeño. The jalapeños are left on the vine to dry, the best are selected, and then those are smoked to become savory chipotles. It can take up to ten pounds of jalapeños to make one pound of Daviola Smoky Chipotle blend pizza peppers, which shows just how much we care about your taste buds.

-11,400 Scoville Units*

Ingredients: Chipotle Chile, Red Chile, Ancho Chile

Monday, March 8, 2010

More Smoky Chipotle Goodness From The Great White North!

Epicurean Foods has hit The Smoky Chipotle radar again with a couple of new products that we're itchin' to get our hands on!

"Enjoy the increasingly popular taste of smoked jalapeno peppers with this fabulous mix of herbs, spices, peppers and veggies! We've made this dip mix moderately hot (so that there's no need to have the fire department on call), but still warm enough that you'll definitely "feel the heat"!You can also use this versatile dip mix in a number of other ways. To make an authentic roadhouse-style bread dipper, combine about a tablespoon of our dip mix with an ounce each of olive oil and balsamic vinegar (but red or white wine vinegar works great too). Let it mellow for about 30 minutes and use it instead of butter on your crusty, fresh bread.

Our Smokey Chipotle Pepper Dip Mix is tastes delicious in most stir-fry dishes - just sprinkle some into the wok as you are cooking (to your own personal taste) and you'll have created a wonderful new taste sensation that your family and friends will rave about!"

You know how much you love those Olive oil and balsamic bread dippers! Now you can get the Chile-head experience in your favorite snack with Epicurean Foods new Smokey Chipotle Pepper Bread Dipper Seasoning Mix!

"Only a few years ago, Chipotle peppers were unknown to most consumers in North America.  (They are smoked jalapeno peppers).  Recently, however, they have exploded in popularity and have become a more mainstream, but still exotic, taste.  We've combined the fabulous taste of Chipotle peppers with a wonderful melange of herbs and spices to form a superb bread dipper seasoning.  Experience the taste that everyone is raving about!"

You can get more information on all of their Smokey Chipotle products at:


Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Chipotle Away?

Yeah, I know it's gross, and backwards. But it is really funny!

Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Minnesota man attempts to eat only Chipotle burritos for a week straight

This week Jeremy Baier is facing the kind of challenge that you can never truly prepare for. It will test his strength or character, his motivation, and his digestive system. It has been dubbed the Great American Burrito Challenge: From January 24 through January 30 he will consume three Chipotle burritos each day. That's 21 total. The caloric intake promises to be astronomical; the challenge's Twitter page estimates that by the end of the week he will have consumed 23,940 calories (12,600-15,400 is the recommended weekly range for men with moderate body fat).

But he's not doing it to fill an insatiable hunger, he is doing it to raise money for the Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota.

Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Cholula Embraces The Smokey Chipotle.

For those of you that are long time Cholula fans, The Smokey Chipotle has discovered a new addition to the family:

Cholula Chipotle Hot Sauce...featuring a savory blend of Cholula's original "Flavorful Fire" and the smoky and slightly sweet flavor notes or real Chipotle peppers. It brings sensational new flavor to soups, ranch dressing, steaks, chicken and more.

Ingredients: Water, vinegar (white and apple), sugar, peppers (chipotle, guajillo, arbol and piquin), salt, natural flavors, spices, xanthan gum, silicon dioxide, citric acid and caramel.

Silicon dioxide
? Really, is that necessary? Perhaps it is carried into the formula in the powdered chile ingredients.