This is my first hot sauce inspired by the way the polish brine pickle cucumbers (Ogórki Małosolne).
The name comes from a story by the British writer J.G. Ballard published in 1979 as part of a collection called “The Atrocity Exhibition”, which later gave name to a song by the band Joy Division.
Ingredients: Adjoema Peppers, Bell Peppers, Garlic, Black Pepper, Vinegar and Atlantic Sea Salt
This sauce is the same as 01 LOVE & NAPALM with dried and smoked Mexican Chipotle Mora peppers added. Chipotle are smoked Jalapeño peppers that adds a thick smoky flavor.
The name is taken from the third chapter of a book by Georges Bataille called “The Tears of Eros”. The book deals with eroticism in art. The book can be (partly) read on google books. In this context also the french film Martyrs is interesting to watch.
Ingredients: Adjoema & Chipotle Peppers, Bell Peppers, Garlic, Black Pepper, Vinegar and Atlantic Sea salt.
Unlike 01 and 02 the ingredients of this sauce are mash fermented, rather than brine fermented. This sauce features loads of tasty garlic!
The name comes from a 1922 silent film by danish director Benjamin Christensen by the same name, Swedish word for “the witch”. The film is Christensen vision of a pseudo documentary about witchcraft comparing it to hysteria of women, in which he beautifully dramatizes scenes from wood cuts of the middle ages.
It can be found for free on the Internet archive.
Ingredients: Madame Jeanette Peppers, Garlic, Vinegar and Atlantic Sea Salt.
This sauce is the most pure and simple sauce I make. The chili is mash fermented and then mixed with atlantic sea salt and vinegar.
The name is taken from a chapter in the book “Count Zero” by William Gibson.
This sauce won the Dutch Chili Fest 2012 award for best hot sauce.
Ingredients: Adjoema peppers, Vinegar and Atlantic Sea Salt.