For our community’s annual Father’s Day Pig Roast, my friend and neighbor, Gary “Zip” Zipfel and his wife, Jeannine, invite friends over during the previous weekend for a day of sauce making. Cutting up bushels of fresh tomatoes, pepper, onions, smoking the lot on grills, and processing them into sauce is the order of the day with beer, music, and croquet interspersed throughout. Good food, friends, and a bit of honest work-the best kind of tradition. These are my labels that I did up this year for my friends’ delicious sauces. Enjoy.
3 main flavors-
Each bottle has one of the following labels designating the spiciness.
Mary, Mathias, and Primo are Zip and Jeannine’s kids, of course.
The left overs of the 3 sauces are mixed together and jammed with Habaneros to get the following evil concoction (Zip’s answer to the whining from the previous years about “not spicy enough” :-)).
with its own heat label-