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Authentic Hot Salsa Diablo - 16 oz.Desert Pepper

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Desert Pepper - Authentic Hot Salsa Diablo - 16 oz.
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Brand
Desert Pepper
Size/Form
16 oz.
Item #
148998
UPC #
719212799236
Ship Weight
1.60 Lb(s)
Servings
14
Dosage
2 Tablespoon(s)

DESCRIPTION

    Desert Pepper - Authentic Hot Salsa Diablo - 16 oz. (454g)

    Desert Pepper Authentic Hot Salsa Diablo was born of the scorching sun and the smouldering sand. Salsa Diablo leads you int temptation with a wickedly sensual flavor and feverish, pulse-quickening effects. Dare to experience its heat, and you’ll soon find yourself under its spell. No doubt, some would say it’s as hot as sin. But try it once and all is forgiven.

    About Desert Pepper

    Desert Pepper Trading Company was born and raised on the border of Texas , Mexico, and New Mexico. This amazing crux of bright flavors, sunlight, and the desert Southwest inspires us in every way.. Their flavors come from a sunswept fusion of the southwest, the open air makets of Mexico, and their own kitchens. They look backwards into the culinary traditions of the border regions and forward to global new flavors and ideas. This is a multi-generational famliy run business… that’s right, real people running a real company. Over 25 years now (where did that time go?), growth,change and more than a few margaritas later…they are still at it. Desert Pepper continues to thrill, delight and scare the hell out of us! Sincere, authentic, and original…. thats what they are all about.

    Norma Kerr & W. Park Kerr ca 1980s - This is where it all began....Norma & Park selling chile ristras. Their roots run really deep in the food/salsa/margarita world. And, what a loco world….this is their story……(told by him, W. Park Kerr…Founder).

    Where to begin with this one? She was born and raised here on the border of Texas, New Mexico, and Mexico. This huge cultural collision is a new culture on every level. She calls this mix “Border Regional Food" .it embodies elements from Mexico, cowboy, New Mexico, Texas….

    Their story is pretty interesting (He loves all stories like this too). Literally, they started their business on the street corner (no, not that kind of business!). She started out selling chile ristras and chile wreaths to make date money. She was given a great idea to bring this concept of chile garland wreaths to Dallas, and take them to Neiman Marcus. Well, she did and hell, they bought them for the Xmas catalog. Then on to the Horchow Collection…where one of her wreaths landed on the cover of the holiday food catalog (thank you Margaret Ann Cullum). And, they were in business.

    Well, that was all well and good for 3 months out of the year……so, what do you do with the other 9 months….hmmmm…SALSA!  Their dear mother, Norma Kerr, makes what can only be described as the best damn chili ever. She commercialized her recipe and took that to market. Welcome to the food business!

    In the 1980s, the gourmet food thing was beginning to happen. Regional foods were just starting to spark around the country. I had this amazing-fantastic-brilliant idea to bottle up their everyday table salsa. They did not know words like “boutique or artisan” then, but that’s what it was. A true American classic: El Paso Chile Company’s “Salsa Primera” . El Paso Chile Company is the original food business that later morphed into the number one specialty salsa brand : “Desert Pepper Trading Company”.

    SUGGESTED USE

    Open and Enjoy!

    INGREDIENTS

    Desert Pepper - Authentic Hot Salsa Diablo - 16 oz.
    Nutrition Facts
    Serving Size: 2 Tbsp (33g)
    Servings Per Container: 14
    Amount Per Serving %DV
    Calories 10
    Fat Calories 0
    Total Fat 0g 0%
    Saturated Fat 0g 0%
    Trans Fat 0g
    Cholesterol 0mg 0%
    Sodium 280mg 12%
    Total Carbohydrate 2g 1%
    Fiber 1g 4%
    Sugars 1g
    Protein 0g
    Vitamin A 15%
    Vitamin C 5%
    Calcium 4%
    Iron 2%
    *Daily Value Not Established.
    †Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your diet values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
    Ingredients: Tomato puree, tomatoes, new mexican hot red chile puree, green chile peppers, jalapeno peppers, fresh onions, vinegar, salt, lemon juice, garlic, spices, ancho chile pepper, cilantro and guajillo chile pepper.

    WARNINGS

    Refrigerate After Opening.

    MANUFACTURER INFO

    Desert Pepper

    About Us

    Desert Pepper Trading Company was born and raised on the border of Texas , Mexico, and New Mexico. This amazing crux of bright flavors, sunlight, and the desert Southwest inspires us in every way.. Our flavors come from a sunswept fusion of the southwest, the open air makets of Mexico, and our own kitchens. We look backwards into the culinary traditions of the border regions and forward to global new flavors and ideas. This is a multi-generational famliy run business… that’s right, real people running a real company. Over 25 years now (where did that time go?), growth,change and more than a few margaritas later…we are still at it. Desert Pepper continues to thrill, delight and scare the hell out of us!

    Sincere, authentic, and original…. thats what we are all about.

    Norma Kerr & W. Park Kerr ca 1980s - This is where it all began....Norma & Park selling chile ristras.
    Our roots run really deep in the food/salsa/margarita world.  And, what a loco world….this is our story……(told by me, W. Park Kerr…Founder).

    Where to begin with this one?  I was born and raised here on the border of Texas, New Mexico, and Mexico.  This huge cultural collision is a new culture on every level.  I call this mix “Border Regional Food”….it embodies elements from Mexico, cowboy, New Mexico, Texas….

    Our story is pretty interesting (I love all stories like this too).  Literally, we started our business on the street corner (no, not that kind of business!).  I started out selling chile ristras and chile wreaths to make date money.  I was given a great idea to bring this concept of chile garland wreaths to Dallas, and take them to Neiman Marcus.  Well, I did and hell, they bought them for the Xmas catalog.  Then on to the Horchow Collection…where one of my wreaths landed on the cover of the holiday food catalog (thank you Margaret Ann Cullum).  And, we were in business.

    Well, that was all well and good for 3 months out of the year……so, what do you do with the other 9 months….hmmmm…SALSA!   Our dear mother, Norma Kerr, makes what can only be described as the best damn chili ever.  I commercialized her recipe and took that to market.  Welcome to the food business!

    In the 1980s, the gourmet food thing was beginning to happen.  Regional foods were just starting to spark around the country.  I had this amazing-fantastic-brilliant idea to bottle up our everyday table salsa.  We did not know words like “boutique or artisan” then, but that’s what it was.  A true American classic:  El Paso Chile Company’s “Salsa Primera” .  El Paso Chile Company is the original food business that later morphed into the number one specialty salsa brand : “Desert Pepper Trading Company”.

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    Good, hot salsa.

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