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 Post subject: St. Lucifer Spice
PostPosted: Fri Nov 07, 2014 4:00 pm 
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http://www.saintluciferspice.com/

Found this stuff at a local food festival and I am in love with it now. It is a dry spice made with Garlic, Salt, Paprika, Vinegar, and Habenero peppers.

Their motto is #forthegloryofhot. It is spicy but not overwhelmingly so, the taste is fantastic and adds just the right kick to whatever it is you want to add it to.

I have put it on pizza, pasta, corn on the cob, my homemade chili, fries, hashbrowns, white rice. I've even put it in hummus that I was eating with carrots. My next adventure is to try it as a dry rub for some grilled chicken or the like.

The guys that make it are local and i was able to find it nearby, but when I asked them if they sell in packs of more than two on their website (so I could save on shipping) they offered to hand deliver to my door. I am stocked up for the forseeable future with one or two available as possible gifts for the holidays.

If you like spicy, try this stuff. You will not be sorry.

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 Post subject: Re: St. Lucifer Spice
PostPosted: Sun Nov 09, 2014 8:16 pm 
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This stuff sounds right up my alley, thanks for the tip foamy. Kick those homefries up a notch!


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I ordered a bottle a this and received it a few weeks back. It's actually pretty tasty.

The seasoning was very familiar to me, but it took me to know to realize what it reminded me of (from my days in South Korea).

Very similar to the seasoning packet in ....
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