Feeding yourself while living in a dorm can be a real drag. But there are many simple (and inexpensive) options to keep those dorm-made noms bursting with flavor. And lots of heat.
Can kids eat hot sauce? Can you get them to love the hot stuff like you do? Read the Aardvark’s inside scoop on how to avoid wheeling and dealing with a mini mutineer at the dinner table. Ahoy, maties, and all aboard!
A whopping 60 percent of folks experience euphoria from eating spicy food. Here’s why hot sauce makes you feel great. And why the pain is totally worth it.
It’s a lot like a hangover. You eat some sauce. Then you need more sauce…then MORE. And the next morning, you find yourself crab-walking into the office, wondering why you didn’t take up the offer for a standing desk.
Fresh air and play time makes whatever’s on the menu… Just. That. Much. Tastier. But nobody wants to babysit a camp stove when they’d rather enjoy actual camping. So, we’re sharing these camp cookout hacks with you!
We’ve all been there: taking a huge bite of fantastic hot sauce-slathered food, only to have that tell-tale mouth scorch build almost immediately to wildfire proportions. Read on for the cures.
It’s easy to make the same morning meals day after day, especially at early o’clock with just one eye open. Sure, you can always add a splash of the hot stuff on your eggs and potatoes to mix things up a little. But it can go oh, so far beyond that, people!
You may think that hot sauce is all tomato, vinegar, onion, and spices. But guess what? The artificial and downright disgusting ingredients added to some mainstream hot sauces are no surprise.
It’s not often that we get serious versus saucy here at Secret Aardvark – but there’s one thing we take 100% seriously: our ability – and we feel, obligation – to pass some of our proceeds on to organizations doing great things in the world.