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Is Tabasco’s New $35 Hot Sauce Any Good?
Taste testing McIlhenny Co.’s new “Diamond Reserve” luxury condiment.
Climate Change Might Force Tabasco to Find a New Home
Rising sea levels are coming fast for its 150-year-old home on the Louisiana coast.
Tabasco Is Opening an All-Hot-Sauce Restaurant Next Week
It’s on its own private island in Louisiana.
The Great American Sriracha Taste-Off
Is Tabasco’s new sriracha possibly better than Huy Fong’s beloved variety?
Sriracha Maker Wins Battle With California City Council
How about that.
Tabasco Launches Its Own Sriracha — But Seems Determined to Keep It a
The company is rumored to be making an official launch in early 2015.
Tabasco’s Tiny Bottles Are Best-Sellers
The small bottles reportedly contain exactly 720 drops of sauce.
Tabasco Chairman and Chief Executive Paul McIlhenny Has Died
He was 68.
Laurent Tourondel Stocks Food Truck With Free Sliders
He may be out at BLT Burger, but he’s serving up corned-beef-hash sandwiches.
Carl’s Jr. Sells Beer Downtown; Carl Karcher Enterprises Sold to Boston Firm
Carl’s Jr. has the jump on Burger King’s beer bash, and its parent company is purchased by Thomas H. Lee partners.