Taco Jesus makes an appearance to bless Jeff with the gift of flavor and saves him from another boring and tasteless taco dinner.
Not that tacos have ever been anything less than great, but remember that Taco Jesus Hot Sauce is always here to help you make your tacos great!
Now you can help spread the Taco Gospel by displaying one (or more) of these awesome new bumper stickers on your car, laptop, forehead or anywhere else that a sticker will stick. Head on over to the Taco Jesus Hot Sauce shop and grab one today. While you’re there be sure to pick up some sauce to help make your next taco great!
For a limited time you can save 50% off these awesome stickers when you use code GREAT at checkout.
Oh, did we mention that we’ll be unveiling a new limited edition sauce with the Make Tacos Great Again label? Oh yeah! We’ve team up with legendary hot sauce artisan Danny Cash of Branded Sauces to bring you a version or our original taco sauce with this great label.
Fall Market Season is almost here and we are going to back at our favorite St. Petersburg venue next month. Come see us at the St. Pete Indie Flea @ Green Bench Brewing the first Saturday in October. There will be great local arts, crafts and food vendors with tones of awesome new and vintage items for sale. And of course as always Green Bench Brewing will be serving up their great selection of awesome craft beers.
July 4th is a great time to celebrate with family, friends and Taco Jesus Hot Sauce! Whatever you have planned for the holiday we hope you have a safe and terrific time.
To help make it better we are offering an awesome July 4th special. Buy three get the 4th FREE when you use code JULY4 at checkout. This offer is good until Saturday, July 7th, so hurry on over to our shop to take advantage of this offer.
Come out and see us the fist Saturday in 2018 (January 6th) at the St. Pete Indie Market at Green Bench Brewing Co. in St. Petersburg. We always have a great time at this event and we look forward to seeing you there.
Besides our awesome sauces there will be a ton of other great vendors with all kinds of great merchandise, plus some tasty locally brewed beer and good food from Red Mesa Mercado.
Come see us Saturday, March 11th at Pierce Street Market in Coachman for you chance to be one of the first folks to sport one of these killer fashion statements.
We sold a ton of them last weekend at the Indie Market in St. Petersburg so only a few remain. Hurry to get yours while they last.
Here at Taco Jesus Hot Sauces we have a passion for the almighty taco, and while we feel there are very few people that are as passionate about them as we are we may have found a very close second. Continue reading
Look, we get it. Nobody likes a cold taco, but there is such a thing as taking it too far. In this news report out of Houston, TX (the boyhood home of the founders of Taco Jesus Hot Sauce) we find out that some Houstonians take their taco really seriously, maybe a bit too seriously.
Houston taught us our love of tacos, and all things hot and spicy, but one thing we can promise is that we won’t shoot you if we get a cold taco. Provided of course some lame taco truck server doesn’t make us angry at 2:00 in the morning.
Don’t get me wrong, here at Taco Jesus Hot Sauces we love what we do. There is nothing better than creating awesome sauces and sharing them with the world, or is there? A reporter in San Antonio, TX is bringing the news of the San Antonio taco world to his readers this year with his “365 Days of Tacos” feature where he gets to sample and review tacos from some of San Antonio’s best restaurants.
As someone who grew up in TX where I learned my love of tacos, Tex-Mex and all things spicy, San Antonio is the heart of Tex-Mex culture and a taco lovers’ haven. I try to visit San Antonio at least once per year when I return to my Texas roots and always make it my mission to search out a new tasty taco joint or two along the way.
There are some great Texas based restaurant chains that serve up good Tex-Mex staples, but the best place to find a good taco is always at some off-the-beaten-path mom and pop taco stand or Mexican grocery store.