Your favorite locally owned hot sauce company, Housemade Sauces, is going GREEN. Serrano Green that is... Local Chef LeeAnne House has released some more bottles that she hopes will be as sought after as her previous sauces. LeeAnne has worked in the food industry her entire life, and comes from a family of restaurant entrepreneurs. We have the scoop on Chef House and her latest culinary creation.
*** And we are giving a FREE bottle away to a lucky, random reader who comments below ***
HERE’S THE SKINNY on THE NEW SERRANO GREEN HOT SAUCE:
— Serrano peppers, tomatillos and pineapples are the main ingredients for this Serrano Green sauce
— Housemade puts pineapples into a juicer to make this sauce. Then they boil the sauce to reduce it by half for a thick sauce with a huge punch of flavor.
HERE’S THE SKINNY on CHEF LEEANNE HOUSE:
— A lifelong Daytonian, LeeAnne has worked in restaurants since she was a kid clearing tables. Her recent past jobs include being an assistant or Executive Chef at a couple of Dayton area, fine dining establishments and caterers.
— Today, Chef LeeAnne House wears many hats .
1) She is the partner in “Bad Dog, Nice Taco” food and catering.
2) She is part of the popular food blog, “Food Adventures” featured weekly on Dayton Most Metro.
3) Chef House is also the owner of the wildly popular Housemade Sriracha Sauces.
4) LeeAnne also helps organize the local “Night Market” events at the Old Yellow Cab Building
You can find Housemade Sauces at Dorothy Lane Market, Foremost Seafood, Treadway Gardens and various local vendors. Chef House has accomplished a lot in the past 2 to 3 years with her Housemade Sauces. Here is a breakdown that shows how far she has come, and highlights some of the best products in her inventory.
THE HISTORY of HOUSEMADE SAUCES:
— Housemade made a splash in the Dayton area in 2013, with its first sauce, a red sauce, called Housemade Sriracha. It is a delicious condiment made with red Thai chile peppers. A sweeter version of the traditional srirachas sold in stores, it quickly sold out on local area shelves. It won a national sauce competition, winning first place in the 2014 Cajun Hot Sauce Festival of Louisiana.
— In 2014, Chef House then released her second product “HOT HONEY,” a local honey, infused with red thai chiles. It was another huge hit regionally. It also won a competitions, gaining 2014’s Best Hot Specialty at “Jungle Jim’s Weekend of Fire.”
— Housemade also released SPICE RUBS in 2014 partnering with Miami Valley Spice Traders. The flavors of Thai chili sriracha rub, tomatillo-serrano salt, smoked sriracha salt and chili sriracha salt were a hit for local cooks and chefs.
— PEACHY SRIRACHA SAUCE, burst on the scene in Fall 2015 to rave reviews. It is her familiar sweet spicy sauce, with all natural ingredients and gluten free, which is typical of Housemade products. The sauce is very versatile, from toast topping to spicing up spreads, dips and various dishes. The sky is the limit with this one.
— Saturday November 21st, 2015, Housemade will debut it’s GREEN SERRANO SAUCE at the Night Market at at 700 E. Fourth Street at the Old Yellow Cab Building in Dayton.
*** WE ARE GIVING AWAY A FREE BOTTLE of GREEN SERRANO SAUCE to a random winner who comments below on the story.
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What is next for this local sauce company? Stay tuned to Food Adventures and DaytonMostMetro .com for upcoming developments.
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