Zweigles Hot Meat Sauce and Chili Mix


This has directions to make both Hot Meat Sauce and Hot Spicy Chili. If you're making meat sauce you combine this with meat and water. Pretty much everything you need is in the packet. However, if you're making chili there's a lot more stuff involved. You only use half a packet, diced tomatoes, ketchup, chili powder, beans, salt, and of course meat and water. I didn't buy this to have to get my own spices out. I think the only recipe I'll make is one that's all inclusive in the packet.

I'll cook this up another time and report back, although I don't have that high of hopes because there's nothing interesting in the ingredients except cinnamon. I got super sick out of nowhere and I'm not eating.

Ingredients: cayenne pepper, chili powder, (chili peppers, cumen, oregano, garlic, salt), cinnamon, salt, onion, black pepper, garlic.

They spelled cumin wrong on the package, not me.

Woodward Ave Michigan Style Hot Dog Chili


I like that this has a pull top. Opening the can it smelled like Hormel Chili a little (that can be a bad thing, because I hate Hormel), but it's not going to stop me from doing an honest taste test. At first glance I noticed what appeared to be lots of meat, some large tomato chunks, and you could see the spices throughout. Looked like this was going to be pretty tasty.

After heating, I poured it into a bowl to eat with chips and have a second can I want to try on hot dogs. Definitely doesn't taste like or look like Hormel now. It has a good consistency and is definitely a meaty taste. You can tell it's a mix of beef and something else. It's flavorful without being over powered or gritty with spices. It doesn't taste overly salty either, which is good. The only thing I would have liked was a little heat. I would rate this very mild. That's not going to stop me from ordering a few more cans in the near future, though.

I like that the serving size is one can, not that it matters, because either way I'm definitely finishing this.

Ingredients: water, beef and pork, diced tomatoes in juice (tomatoes, tomato juice, citric acid, calcium chloride), modified food starch, textured vegetable protein (soy protein concentrate, caramel color), salt, chili powder (chili pepper, spices), spicessugar, paprika, onion powder, garlic powder.

Texas Tailgate Hot Chili Sauce


Cajun Power Makin' Chili Sauce


Review coming soon. I ordered this today.

Steak 'N Shake Chili with Beans


Review coming soon. I ordered this today. I know I have a lot of previous entries on my website that did not get a review yet, but this was cheap with free shipping.

Palmetto Cheese - Original


This spread is fantastic. It's cheese with pimentos, mayonnaise, and spices. A tad salty would be the only draw back. It has a nice thick consistency and spreads on a hot dog roll nicely.

The supermarket I went to also carried Price's. I would highly recommend this brand over Price's. Price's has salad dressing in it and tastes absolutely disguisting. Price's does make a "Southern Style" which has mayonnaise as well, but I've never tried that one.

Ingredients: sharp cheddar cheese (cultured pasteurized milk, salt, enzymes, annatto color, potato starch, corn starch, powdered cellulose, natamycin [a natural mold inhibitor]), mayonnaise (soybean oil, water, whole eggs and egg yolks, vinegar, salt, sugar, lemon juice, natural flavors, calcium disodium edta [to protect quality]), cream cheese (pasteurized cultured milk and cream, salt, stabilizers [xanthan, carob bean, and/or guar gums]), pimentos, contains 2% or less of: onion, maltodextrin, cultured dextrose, sodium diacetate, salt, nisin preparation, egg white lysozyme, spices, potassium sorbate [preservative].

Cincinnati Recipe Original Chili


Review coming soon. I ordered this today.

Rochester Plate Sauce




It's been so long since I've had this sauce, but I didn't want to leave this page blank. So I'll try and write a review from memory.

The sauce is freakin awesome. Had a very nice flavor and spiciness to it. Out of all the sauces I've tried, this is one that I'd probably put in my top 3. It's got a taste that I crave from time to time.

What's really nice is that the sauce comes in special pouches that keep the it fresh for a long time. The other advantage to this is you're not opening the whole thing at once. There's three pouches inside each box, so you won't have to worry about finishing everything in one sitting or even two days later as with most meat sauces. You'll have more for later and it's sealed fresh!

This stuff had stopped being produced for awhile because of problems with the packing company. I liked this sauce so much I had kept this page up as a tribute and hoped it would come back some day. I wouldn't have done this for any other product. I would have removed it from my website. I'm happy to say it's back! It has no preservatives now and from what I'm told the taste is even better than before. It ships cold and has to remain cold. Above is a picture of the new packaging.


Vlasic Bold Sriracha Flavored Topper



Vlasic Bold Habanero Lime Flavored Topper


Ingredients: cucumber, high fructose corn syrup, salt, distilled vinegar. Contains 2% or less of: dehydrated pepper, calcium chloride, spice, sodium benzoate (preservative), xanthan gum, alum, polysorbate 80, natural flavors, yellow 5, water.

Famous Hot Weiner


A dozen pre-cooked hot dogs, onions, buns and chili will be safely and securely packaged and shipped to your address via 2-Day Air. All you need to do is heat them up and enjoy!

It's Booyah Licious! Sweet Hot Dog Relish


I almost didn't post this because of the annoying video that plays on every page of their website. It might be the one product on my website I don't want to try, unless I can order it some place less annoying.

Frankie's Hot Pepper Relish


Hellish Relish