Farmer's Market Hot Sauce

Sarah Marshall's mouthwatering hot sauces are bursting with fresh flavors from local farms.
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Sarah Marshall

$35.00

Sarah Marshall created by

Sarah Marshall

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Not Just Hot

Sarah Marshall's small batch hot sauces pack a peck of farm-fresh flavor along with their chili kick. She uses only local ingredients to make signature blends like Habanero Carrot Curry, which adds strong notes of citrus and floral to the heat of that powerful pepper. Serrano Ginger Lemongrass seduces you with its slow, aromatic fuse, followed by the "pow!" of heat. Red Chili Lime starts hot, then goes sweet, thanks to some local bees. Smoked Habanero Barbecue has traditional, sweet, mildly hot BBQ flavor, with common allergens (gluten, anchovies, Worcestershire sauce, corn starch) swapped out for vegetables and spices like cinnamon and clove. Use them in dressings, sauces, and dips, on grilled food, or experiment on vegetables and even fruits. Handmade in Portland, Oregon.

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Made in Oregon

Sarah Marshall

created by

Sarah Marshall

location

Oregon

Sarah and Dirk Marshall are a two-person operation (with occasional help from family) who work their farmer's market stand, source their produce from the farmers there, and produce and sell their lip-smacking hot sauces. Dirk prepares the produce and stamps each label by hand, while Sarah makes the sauce by hand and bottles it. It was Sarah's love of gardening and home preserving of local, seasonal ingredients that led her to create their hot sauces. She organized her local canning club, and still finds time to teach canning classes and volunteer on the local canning hotline (!).

Handmade Made in the USA
Measurements
Set of four bottles of 4 oz. each
Ingredients
Item ID
48800

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