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Does anyone know where I can purchase the Huy Fong (rooster) brand of sriracha in London?
I used to buy it at Golden Gate on Shaftesbury, but their original location has closed and they no longe...
Key chain sized refillable Sriracha bottle!
'Internally, Huy Fong measures its growth by the volume of chilies that come into the factory. In 2010, that number was 17,000 tons, Donna Lam told me. This year, it’s contracted for ...
This sounds fabulous.... and reminded me of Andrea Nguyen's banh mi thread.
What a great mix of cuisines!
I think Sriracha should be pronounced
SHREE racha because the Sri in some languages is an honorific prefix. I am not trying to be disrespectful to anyone out there who pronounces it differently,...
Had one yesterday, and it was pretty tasty for a joint like White Castle. If you put them on a plate and served them at say the Cheesecake Factory, one would never know they were made at White Cas...
Apparently the city council of Irwindale changed its mind:
Hi! I'm going to India soon and looking to carry foodie gifts for my friends there. Something along the likes of bottles of Sriracha.
Or maybe something else unique? Any recommendations?
Looking for this flavour in the GTA. Anyone?
... or so they say. I am excited to try them, but I can't find them. Has anyone f...
If it exists, you can find it in NYC, right? Has anyone found them?...
Judge in Irwindale CA has issued injunction as a public nuisance, due to burning eyes and headaches of nearby residents. Is it time to panic? Stock up? What is the shelf life of this stuff anyway?
I want to make some Sriracha flavored mixed nuts in the oven for munching on with the family on Christmas Day. I've come across a several different recipes, all with different methods - but I've n...
I have seen a few postings on this board about the kashrut of Huy Fong sriracha.
I was in Gourmet Glatt last week and they were selling it.
Seem to be under the RCC - http://rccvaad.org/teud...
From the Viet World Kitchen blog:
"Under the regulators' action, batches of Huy Fong's three sauces, Sriracha, Chili Garlic and Sambal Oelek, now must be held for 30 days before they can be shipped to distributors and wholesalers.
Anyone know where I can buy some on the internet, or, failing that, a store in the New York/ New Jersey area?
Has anyone seen them for sale in the Boston area?
That's the opening line to Huffington Post's article regarding Subway's new Sriracha Chicken Melt and Sriracha Steak Melt.
Their headline, however, is "Subways's Sriracha Sauce Goes National, An...