Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Allegheny City Farms Products PA

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Allegheny City Farms Products
Tom Motta - Founder
Pittsburgh, PA.

Hot Sauce on breakfast sandwiches

Sauce close up you can see the hot pepper pieces

I have been for some time cooking with and trying out both a hot sauce and a outstanding rub from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. These products were made by Tom Motta in PA. The Sauce is called Allegheny City Farm Hot Sauce "Pittsburgh Style" and the rub is called Allegheny City Farms BBQ Pepper Rub. The sauce is extemely hot and could be used as an additive for your home cooking. The sauce straight up is HOT and contains some of the Worlds Hottest Peppers. The sauce is so hot it comes with a Warning to use with extreme caution due to the heat level. I used the sauce on various breakfast meals and it packs a punch. The ingredients contain a fermented super hot mash of Ghost, Scorpion, 7 Pot, Primo, and Reaper Peppers. Also there is lemon juice, spices, Turbinado Sugar and More.

Nice sauce consistency on the sandwich, hot stuff!

The Allegheny City Farms BBQ Pepper Rub was a nice addition to oven baked sweet potatoes. They came out wonderful and also I made baked cubed Butternut Squash. This is an easy recipe that worked well with the BBQ Pepper Rub. I also had the Rub on a Bacon Egg and Cheese Hero and it added a sweet spiciness to the sandwich. The Allegheny City Farms BBQ Pepper Rub is a good addition to your pantry, and the hot sauce is extreme and only for lovers of extreme heat. I am the only one in my family that could tolerate the burn.

Two Frys Baked Butternut Squash Recipe using the BBQ Pepper Rub

BBQ Pepper Rub close up

Dinner using the rub, Pork and Roasted Butternut Squash 

Also an honorable mention to the Allegheny City Farms pepper jelly which combined well with a bagel and cream cheese. NOTE: This company is currently changing their product line and adding to it so be sure to see the website for the more current and available products.


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Two Fry Butternut Squash Recipe: 
(add the rub instead of salt and pepper)  
Two Frys Roasted Butternut Squash  

- Allen/TwoFrys

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