don't just take our word for it...
our amazingly positive sauce reviews at
If you don't
believe a bunch of chileheads, then check out
just a little of the main stream press we'd garnered
over the years...
Big was one of the featured interviews in this
article about Alberta residents returning home
to Saskatchewan to make a go of it in business.
Western Living Magazine
Saskatchewan Roughrider Signature Hot Sauces created
by Droolin' Devil were featured in an article
in Western Living Magazine!
You can see the full article here.
Big was born and raised in the sleepy little farming
community of Grenfell, Saskatchewan.
At one point, he was actually the sports editor
for the Grenfell Sun as well as the acting editorial
writer for three weekly newspapers that the Grenfell
Sun composed and distributed.
Now things have come full circle and Uncle Big
was featured in a full page article (minus the
ads) about his passion for fiery foods and how
Droolin' Devil came to be.
We're sure Uncle Big's mom is very proud!!
that's right, Droolin' Devil was mentioned in
a hot sauce related article in the June issue
of McLean's Magazine.
Thanks to Gerry Mischuk from Taste The 4th Sense
for giving us props as quality gourmet hot sauces.
As well, several other (literate) Droolin' Devil
customers for giving us the head's up.
link to the online version.
The Saskatoon Sun
Up Shop by Tom Eremondi
Complete story here.
Devil and Uncle Big featured in premiere International
Fiery Foods Magazine
Big and Droolin' Devil Fine Foods were featured
with a half page article in CHILE PEPPER MAGAZINE
in the April 2007 (and every year since)
"The Hot Sauce Issue" Drooin' Devil
is putting Saskatoon on the fiery foods map!
to view the article.
out our feature in the Saskatoon Star Phoenix
under the "New Faces, New Places"
Here's the link.
We're near the bottom of the article.
can see the rest of the excellent and most flattering
write up as well as Todd's pics of our store by
Devil's sauces were highlighted on a Canada AM
segment the week of September 17th.
Gerry Mischuk from The Salivation Corporation
told the world that Saskatoon is the Hot Sauce
Capital of Canada.