‘Live life to its Hottest”
These words of wisdom are from Ashley Food Company the producer of “Mad Dog Ghost Fusion Oil’. This makes perfect sense to us. Ghost peppers and canola oil, a simple combination that is complex in flavor and very hot. One million plus Scoville units, Bhut Jolokia Ghost Peppers that are processed in small hand mixed batches. This oil promises to heat up the kitchen and your taste buds. Let’s give it a try.
Sudbury, Massachusetts, April 8, 2013 – Ashley Foods has just released Mad Dog Ghost Pepper Fusion Oil , the first in its new line of infused oils with the world’s hottest and tastiest peppers.
This oil is sparked with Bhut Jolokia peppers from India, until recently rated by the Guinness Book of World Records as the hottest pepper in the world—and still the hottest being used widely in hot sauces.
Instant relief from chili pepper burn. Ashley Food Company tells you how!
The Ashley Food Company has just re-released Mad Dog Inferno – the first sauce ever declared “World’s Hottest Sauce” in a national competition in 1998 – and its companion product Mad Dog Inferno Reserve, taking the recipes and their preparation processes back to the roots that made these sauces famous.
If you want to lose weight, eating hot peppers as part of your diet can help, says David Ashley, founder and President of Ashley Food Company. Studies have shown that hot peppers can curb appetite, burn fat, and inhibit fat cell growth. Ashley Food Company’s all-natural products, such as Envy, are high in hot pepper content, delivering a good dose of the diet benefits of peppers.
Ashley Food Company founder and President David Ashley thinks more people ought to be aware of the health benefits of consuming food products made with hot peppers, from lowering cholesterol to reducing blood pressure to possibly even destroying cancer cells. Ashley Food Company’s all-natural products such as Boomslang are high in hot pepper content, delivering all the benefits of hot peppers.
Twenty years in business and 26 sauces later, Ashley Food Company, Inc. continues to beat the odds. The secret to success for entrepreneur David “Mad Dog” Ashley lies in giving customers a reason to come back for more. The original Mad Dog all natural bbq sauce kicked the company into high gear 20 year ago. Its popularity spawned the expansion into a whole family of Mad Dog sauces over the next 5, 10 and 15 year milestones.
Created by David “Mad Dog” Ashley, the sauce lays claim to being the world’s hottest, boasting a tongue-singeing 750,000 scoville heat units. These units indicate the amount of capsaicin present in a sauce with capsaicin being the heat-producing component in chili peppers.
Ashley Food Co., creator of the world’s hottest Mad Dog 357 Hot Sauce, has introduced a hot new edition: Mad Dog 357 Ghost Pepper Hot Sauce — a blend that’s bound to warm the hearts and obliterate the tongues of hot sauce collectors everywhere.
Gretchen Vogel pounds her fists on the table and stamps her feet on the floor. Tears fall from her eyes and sweat drips on her brow.
Vogel is being tortured, but the pain is self-inflicted as the Somerville resident is competing in a hot wing eating contest at Jake’s Dixie Roadhouse in Waltham.
Walk beyond the computers and fax machines in the Sudbury office of David Ashley and you’ll find a rudimentary science lab. Turmeric, clove, beer buds, Serrano pepper powder, and extracts such as natural butter and mango fill the shelves of an old metal cabinet. Thirteen glass bottles in varying shades of orange are lined up across a tabletop, the result of gastronomic tinkering that may soon wind up on supermarket shelves across the nation.