Gift-mas-ukah Day 1: Connecticutly Grown Hoardable Hot Sauce

1 Dec
Hoardable Hot Sauce, picture from their Facebook Page

Oh yeah, the hot sauce gods smile upon this! Pic from Hoardable Hot Sauce’s FB page.

Over the next two weeks, we’re going to do bite-size posts that throw the spotlight where it belongs: on the local producers, the local artisans, the local business owners who are putting out unique, high-quality products. Whether you get any of these gifts for yourself, for a friend, or a family member, we’ve combed Fairfield County so you can get you a slice of what the 203 is all about.

Up first for Day 1 is Hoardable Hot Sauce. Created by Jens Tschebull and Abby Yates and made right in the good ol’ Springdale neighborhood of Stamford, there’s bound to be at least one style that you’ll want to pour all over your food. From the flavors that we’ve tasted, we’d pour them all over anything . . . maybe even work some into the bedroom, too. Plus, another great thing about these sauces is that they are local, they are organic, and are made sustainably.

Here are the flavors that we can’t get enough of:

Plum Sauce, $8

Lemon-Thyme, $8

Red Pepper Mix, $8

Green Pepper Mix, $8

Cruel & Unusual Punishment with Ghost Peppers, $12

If you’re looking to purchase these bad boys, it’s super easy from their site (right now they only have Cruel & Unusual in stock), but there are plenty of other places to get ’em:

  • Bristol’s Farm Market @ 541 Albany Turnpike in Canton
  • Darien Cheese Shop and Fine Foods @ 25 Old Kings Hwy N # 10 in Darien
  • Double L Market @ 730 Post Road East in Westport
  • Fairfield Cheese Company @ 2090 Post Road in Fairfield
  • G Ville Deli @ 17 Glenville Street in Greenwich
  • Holbrook Farms @ 45 Turkey Plain Road in Bethel
  • Maltose Express @ 246 Main St in Monroe
  • Nature’s Temptations @ 32 Prospect Street in Ridgefield
  • Robert Treat Farm @ 1339 New Haven Avenue in Milford
  • Rowayton Market @ 157 Rowayton Ave in Rowayton
  • Saugatuck Craft Butchery @ 575 B Riverside Ave. in Westport
  • Schulze Farm @ 1035 Shepard Ave. in Hamden
  • Smith’s Acres @ 4 West Main Street in Niantic
  • Sport Hill Farm @ 596 Sport Hill Road in Easton
  • Springdale Florist & Greenhouses @ 28 Camp Ave. in Stamford
  • 95 Service Area Shops in Darien and Milford
  • The Angry Pepper @ 590 Main Street in Monroe
  • Walter Stewart’s @ 229 Elm Street in New Canaan
They also have Hoardable Hot Sauce for sale at various places in NY and at farmers’ markets. Check here for the full list.

5 Responses to “Gift-mas-ukah Day 1: Connecticutly Grown Hoardable Hot Sauce”

  1. Colleen December 3, 2014 at 2:33 pm #

    I just went to Walter Stewart’s in New Canaan, unfortunately they no longer carry Hoardable Hot sauce. While I was there, I did discover another CT goodie – Chocolate Walnut brownies from Four Flours Baking Co. All natural and handmade. The cookies looked too stiff for my taste but the brownie is soft and rich. There was also a woman from a local company called Little’s Specialty Foods handing out samples of chili.

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  2. Claudia December 1, 2014 at 11:36 am #

    Awesome blog, great way to support our local small businesses!

    Like

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