Food Tuesday: Gypsy Juice Spices up the Holidays

December 13, 2011 at 2:14 pm Leave a comment

Looking for new flavors to spice up your holiday cooking?  Try Gypsy Juice, a versatile spicy sauce that makes all types of foods come alive.  We’ve been kid testing Gypsy Juice at dinner time, and the kids love it!  So far, we’ve tried it with roasted chicken, pork tenderloin, steak tips and taco beef, and it’s delicious.  Gypsy Juice adds kick to meals without making you run for the faucet.

Gypsy Juice with Tacos

When making tacos, add 1 to 2 teaspoons papkika and 1 to 2 teaspoons of chili powder to 1 pound of sauteed (cooked through) ground beef.  Then, mix in 1 tablespoon of Gypsy Juice.  Add in more of these 3 spices, depending on your preference for heat.  You can also serve Gypsy Juice at the table and add it directly to tacos.

Seafood and Meats

Add Gypsy Juice to seafood, beef, chicken and pork marinades for vibrant flavor.  Or, try pulled pork on a warmed corn tortilla with a dash of lime and Gypsy Juice.  The hot sauce is also scrumptious with steamed clams.

Great Holiday Gift Ideas for the Spicy Food Lover on Your List

You can order Gypsy Juice online at DrHot.net for $5.99 per bottle, plus shipping, or $55 for a case.  The sauce is a great holiday gift, especially for anyone who likes spicy food.  Even kids would enjoy it as a stocking stuffer.

Gypsy Juice was created by Lisa Lamme, owner of the Gypsy Kitchen in Qunicy, Mass.  You can buy the sauce at her store, which is a great little eclectic find in downtown historic Quincy.  She also sells delicious wine and artisan cheeses and has recurring wine tasting events at the store.  Go to GypsyKitchenQunicy.com for more information, recipes and more.

Lamme has also written a cookbook called, The Gypsy Kitchen Cookbook, featuring easy-to-make recipes that teach you how to add pizzazz to your cooking with spices, rubs and other flavorful ingredients right in your pantry. A special $19.99 Gift Pack features The Gypsy Kitchen Cookbook and 1 bottle of Gypsy Juice.  The Gypsy Kitchen Cookbook is also available online at Amazon, at Barnes and Noble stores and at the namesake store at 1241 Hancock Street, Quincy, Mass.

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