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Cajun Chef Hot Sauce

Cajun Chef Hot Sauce
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Code: CCHS3
Price: $2.49
You can choose from two great Cajun Chef hot sauces:

Their 3oz Original red hot sauce is perhaps the most popular.

Their 3oz green hot sauce is made from young cayenne peppers that produce
a milder flavor than the original Cajun Chef hot sauce. The peppers are picked
at a early stage, therefore creating a natural green color.

For real Cajun flavor, add a little Cajun Chef hot sauce to your meals
and bring them to life. Use in soups, seafood, gumbos, and anywhere that
you want to add a little extra spice.

These fine Cajun hot sauces are from the pretty Cajun town of St Martinville,
This town is not only famous for it's Hot Sauce.
It's also immortalized in Longfellow's tragic love story, Evangeline.
...and both can bring tears to your eyes!