Ravenswood Winery Chili Sauce By Jojo’s Sriracha

Sriracha has made its way from simple condiment to gourmet food. Now, Ravenswood Winery teams up with jojo’s Sriracha for special, Zinfandel and Petite Sirah chili sauces flavored with sriracha. Each flavor comes in a 6.4 ounce jar. Don’t know what’ll hit first, the sweet intoxication of wine or the spicy thrill of sriracha. Get ’em here.

Ketchup + Sriracha = Srirachup

Seriously, no one thought of this earlier. The popular, traditional taste of ketchup combined with the exciting, spicy flavor of sriracha. It took the makers of the recent, whiskey barrel-aged sriracha sauce to finally bring this to the public. Slather Srirachup ($30 for a 4 pack) on hot dog and hamburgers and skip the mustard. Or be like us and just eat it with a spoon.

Whiskey Barrel-Aged Sriracha Sauce

Sriracha sauce goes upscale with a twist. Sosu Sauces brings their Barrel-Aged Sriracha Sauce ($25) to the masses. It’s aged 1-3 months in oak barrels. The extra aging process infuses the sriracha blend with more intense, sweet and more robust flavors. All natural with no preservatives. Only chili peppers, brown sugar, garlic, and salt. That’s it. Your taste buds will thank you.

Satisfy Those Sriracha Cravings with These Chips

La cuca-sriracha, la-cuca-sriracha! Now that the sriracha factory shutdown is official, those red bottles of spicy delight will be harder to come by. Turn to these Kettle Sriracha Potato Chips to get that fix. Kettle spent months developing these chips to get that unique sriracha flavor. Order them online starting January 5th; get five, five-ounce bags for $15. In other words, 25 ounces for $15.

Sriracha Vodka: For The Boys At The Plant!

Any day now Bruce Springsteen is gonna totally write a song about the (partial) shutdown of the Sriracha plant and the plight of its workers– “Times are hard, my future’s lookin’ dicey, Mary Jo’s wonderin’ if we’ll ever make eggs spi-cy (again)”… Better stock up now on all things Sriracha, including this UV Sriracha Vodka ($12). Infused with a zesty mix of chili peppers, garlic and Sri magic, this tonic can surely give your next Bloody Mary a real kick– and a reason for Mary Jo to forge on.

Gourmet Sriracha Salt: Pour Out A Little Sexy

In the hood they pour out a little liquor for their dead homies, but what do you do when you just wanna salute the sexy women of the world who are still six feet above? As of now, nothing. But I’m hereby proclaiming we start pouring out some Gourmet Sriracha Salt. Sprinkle it over popcorn, baked potatoes, eggs, grilled fish, and anything else that calls for the zesty blend of organic granulated garlic and organic cayenne pepper. It’s hand-made in small batches by Randy Clemens, author of “The Sriracha Cookbook”. Here’s to Kate Upton.

Sriracha Popcorn

The hottest (figuratively, not literally) hot sauce over the past five years or so, Sriracha, is still trending up. For the latest piece of evidence, check out this Sriracha Popcorn ($5.99) from The Oatmeal and J & D’s. If you’ve been jonesin’ for popcorn flavored with that intoxicating mix of peppers, vinegar, garlic, sugar, and salt that’s made rooster sauce famous (and who hasn’t?), prepare your taste buds for a bag of this.