It arrives next month.
Get ready for "over 2 billion combinations" of pies and toppings.
Kansas City locations are reportedly slathering Quesaritos and tacos in it.
Most likely, it originated with a Vietnamese street artist in the '70s.
There will be "120 sriracha-infused dishes."
Is Tabasco's new sriracha possibly better than Huy Fong's beloved variety?
How about that.
The company is rumored to be making an official launch in early 2015.
But he's looking to build another facility outside of Southern California.
We can't wait for the TV-movie version of this real-life hot sauce drama.
Eleven other states would be happy to have that "powerful, painful odor."
Huy Fong Foods will have 90 days to remedy the situation before the city takes action.
Today, we are canceling the Srirachapocalypse.
The Lone Star State is nonetheless pushing for the hot sauce's company.
"The regulations outlining this process have been in existence for years," officials say.
A rising tide lifts all Sriracha boats, or so one eBay seller thinks.
Huy Fong Foods is feeling the burn.
Makes for a nauseating and thoroughly unsettling cosmopolitan!