If you love the heat these are the wings for you! The Carolina Reaper is the hottest pepper in the world measuring at over 2.2 Million Scoville Heat Units…ouch! These crispy baked chicken wings are doused in Carolina Kill Sauce to give them a punch like none other while delivering such tasty flavor you’ll keep coming back for more. Have plenty of beer on hand for these bad boys!
Fear The Reaper
The wrinkly little red pepper developed by Ed Currie has officially been declared the world’s hottest pepper. It is roughly 800 times hotter than a jalapeño and more than twice as hot as the Ghost Pepper.Kill Saucechose this super spicy pepper for their Carolina Reaper hot sauce because of it’s distinctive flavor as well as its heat. TheCarolina Kill Saucecomes out of the gate like a blazing inferno but interestingly it doesn’t kill your taste buds. The heat dissipates quickly and you’re left with they yummy flavors of the pomegranate molasses, red bell peppers and balsamic.
Amazingly Crispy Baked Wings
Keep that deep frier in the closet because there’s finally a method that will get you really crispy wings in the oven! What’s the trick? Baking Powder. Food scientists and chefs know this simple trick to get any poultry skin crispy. It’s all a matter of science. The baking powder (and make sure you’re using baking powder, not baking soda) raises the PH level of the chicken skin allowing the protein to break down and the skin to get extra crispy.
Our southwestern riff on the 3 sisters includes the True Red Cranberry Bean.This rare heirloom had been used by Abnaki Indians centuries ago but became extinct shortly thereafter. Thankfully seed savors revived it but now it is only grown by a handful of farmers.
This warm grain bowl makes a healthy and delicious breakfast. Delicious stone fruit at the peak pairs beautifully with nutty whole grains like einkorn or Rouge de Bordeaux, a rare grain featured in our Heirloom Bean and Grain Club.