Flaming Homer’s is a hot sauce lovers hot sauce . Born out of the need for a classic American-style hot sauce. When we just couldn’t find one while living abroad, Flaming Homer started on a journey to craft the best sauce and never looked back.
Committed to minimal ingredients, its PEPPERS first and a crafted process that set our sauces apart.
No preservatives, No gums, No gimmicks.
Can Be Found Here:
- Downtown SLC Farmers Market
- Wheeler Farm Sunday Market
- Burn Your Tongue Hot Sauces – Quilted Bear, Ogden
- Burn Your Tongue Hot Sauces – Local Gifts, Orem
- Burn Your Tongue Hot Sauces – Local Gifts, Logan
- Burn Your Tongue Hot Sauces – Quilted Bear, Draper
Such a great variety and taste. I bought 3 kinds on my first purchase, I tried the fermented jalapeños, tangy and spicy, loved it! The ghost pepper extreme spice one, which was amazing and still very flavorful (even took it to work and everyone went nuts for it) and finally my absolute favorite, the habanero pineapple, which is just amazing and goes so well with everything!” – Roy Moshe, Facebook Review
Bought the super hot sauce and I’m absolutely addicted!! I put it on everything 🔥🔥🔥🔥” – Sarah Mulla, Facebook Review
Best hot sauce I’ve ever tasted and I’m all about hot sauces. The flavor and the hotness, both amazing! And Benjo is the man! Very cool guy and super friendly!! Totally coming back for another batch.” – Ron Kuplevatsky, Facebook Review
Cottonwood Heights, Utah
- Cottonwood Heights, Utah 84121
Head of all things Sauce
Living abroad, you often start to crave what was familiar. There is nothing like a taste of home, and necessity is the mother of invention. Heck, it’s how I learned to cook… seeking for a taste of NY Italian while living in the Middle East.
We started crafting hot sauce as a passion because we just couldn’t find the tastes we were looking for. Flaming Homer’s was birthed over many lunch time meetings in the high-tech sector of Tel Aviv Israel, two co-workers and a bottle of the same stinging red-hot sauce, day in day out… thinking that there must be something more than this.
“Let’s make some sauce this weekend” – Sunday Sauce sessions each week in the Betzalel Test Kitchen (the name we dubbed our home kitchen) turned into almost daily events…. yielding laughs, coughing fits and burning eyes, endorphins firing on all cylinders, and some homemade Hot Sauce as our bounty. Practice makes more practice and we kept at it, bringing bottles in for co-workers each week, taking notes and tweaking recipes to understand what we were after…………cut to 5 years later, Salt Lake City, Utah.