Mesa Grill Hot Sauce Set (Set of 2) by Bobby Flay
Perfect for seafood, meats, side dishes, sauces and salsas. Set of two 5-oz. bottles. Nothing conjures up a better image of bold flavors and a fiery grill than the mention of chef, restaurateur, cookbook author and television host Bobby Flay. More than 15 years after awakening palates across the co... See complete description »
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Perfect for seafood, meats, side dishes, sauces and salsas. Set of two 5-oz. bottles.
Nothing conjures up a better image of bold flavors and a fiery grill than the mention of chef, restaurateur, cookbook author and television host Bobby Flay. More than 15 years after awakening palates across the country and changing the way America thinks about southwestern food, Bobby Flay launches a new line of trademark sauces and rubs.
The Mesa Grill and Bobby Flay Signature Collections - each based on Flay's favorite spice and flavor blend - were created to punch up the flavor of meats, seafood and poultry with ease. These unique combinations of sweet and savory flavors can bring out the master chef in every home.
LOVE Flay's hot sauce. LOVE! It's not very hot, so if that's all you're looking for it may not suit your needs. But it's without a doubt the most flavorful hot sauce I've tasted. It has a great smokey/vinegary flavor, and works on just about everything from scrambled eggs to burritos, to chili.
We love this sauce because it combines the bite of a hot sauce with the finess of a fine condiment. Hot enough for the heat lovers, not too hot for those who like something milder. Great product.
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