Hoboken Eddie’s Sauces
Surely by now, many of you have tasted Hoboken Eddie’s famous sauces.
For some odd reason, I never had the pleasure of enjoying what seems to be an excellent line of products. A couple days ago, I tried the Habanero and Hot Spicy Mustards. I loved the flavor and kick so much that I ended up consuming WAY too much of them, applying the spicy goodness to practically everything I ate that day. Ended up sweaty, and my tongue was on fire.
Chili Pepper magazine recently chose Hoboken Eddie’s Specialties of Hoboken, as an official winner in their famous Fiery Food Challenge. The Challenge is one of the oldest and most prestigious contests in the world of hot and spicy food. More than 50 culinary educators,chefs and food writers chose Hoboken Eddie’s sauce from hundreds of entrants. Eddie’s Sauce knocked their spurs off!
What’s so special about Eddie’s sauces? Chef Edmund Patrick “Hoboken Eddie” McCarthy starts with fresh, all-natural ingredients. Then he mixes them with a secret array of herbs and spices to conjure-up his mysterious, mystical sauces. There are no animal products, fats, or oils.
Part of the reason Hoboken411 was slow today (and why I missed tonights Council Meeting), is because of the “after-effects” of excess spicy consumption. I’ve been doubled over in pain (call it Ferocious A** Poisoning!)
I’m finally getting over it, and am back to normal again.
What are your favorites?