By blending fresh pineapples with traditional jalapeno flavors, we've created a sweet, yet seductive, premium hot sauce. It is a perfect match for chicken, pork, seafood and rice dishes.
*ALL NATURAL* *GLUTEN FREE* *VEGAN*
Heat Index: 3/10
Simple Poblano Salsa
Dice the following:
2 poblano peppers
1 sweet onion
2 garlic cloves
1 oz cilantro
Toss up with:
2 tbs HBD Jalapeno Pineapple
2 tbs Vinegar
1 teaspoon lime juice
Salt to taste
Posted by Andrew on 10th Dec 2012
My wife and I have been fans of HBD since the Brooklyn Chili Fiesta a couple of years ago. We have a constant reserve of the Jalapeno Pineapple in our pantry. Goes great on just about everything.
Posted by Mras on 20th Jan 2012
Last summer I needed to drop about 20 lbs. Actually, I think this summer I need to drop that same 20 again.
Anyway, Bland chicken breasts, and steamed veggies can get really old, really quick.
But, a little of this VERY flavorful sauce will spike up ANY bland "diet" meal.
Chicken chicken chicken is GREAT with this sauce. It is also GREAT on broccoli. Give it a shot!
Posted by David H on 1st Jul 2011
This great tasting sauce turned a frozen pizza into a gourmet experience. Get some now!
Posted by Jason Elberson on 20th Jan 2011
I got married on 10.10.10. we had a nature inspired wedding utilizing local vendors, and during our outdoor ceremony we preformed a “tasting of the elements” ritual using different foods to help symbolize different aspects of marriage. Lemon juice, for the occasional sourness that comes from sacrifices and compromises. Vinegar, for the bitterness that may come in times of misunderstanding, miscommunication, denial or rejection. Honey, for the sweet times that come from hard work, team work, and the abundance of the life ahead, and finally,
Hot Sauce (my favorite, and a slight alteration to the traditional ritual), this was to symbolize that sometimes we experience pain and suffering, but everything will be better in the end, and we feel more alive because of it. We chose the jalapeño pineapple which also shows how sweet and spicy can work so well together; along with the “sensory seduction” and “searing passion” [good] hot sauces generate, there are sexual overtones delving deeper into the hot sauce analogy and symbolism. If there was ever a poet who spoke about the torture and ecstasy of love, it was Rimbaud, and that is why “Heartbreaking Dawns” was so beautifully and perfectly significant.
So we just want to thank you for working so hard and staying true to your values and mission to create something amazing which gives you so much pride (much like what my wife and I have done to get where we are). We also want to thank you for choosing such a meaningful name for your brand, and for fitting so well into the most important day of our lives. Thanks, from a True Chili Head who loves your hot sauce
Posted by Pinhead on 26th Nov 2010
I put it on everything. I can't imagine food without it at this point. My hat is off to you guys. This has to be the most amazing hot sauce in the world.
Posted by Unknown on 7th Mar 2010
i love this sauce, i get chips and dip it in or just pour it all over scrambled eggs! soo good!
Posted by Ashley J on 9th Feb 2010
This hotsauce is so good i just eat it on top of corn chips yummmy spicy but sweet!!! LOVE IT