Sacramento Bee reporters Chris Macias and Ryan Lillis, along with chef Adam Pechal and Abe Cunningham, drummer for Deftones, compare Sauce Castillo, a hot sauce named - in a fashion - after Sacramento Kings rookie Nik Stauskas, with other similar condiments. The quartet offers critiques and suggestions that might help the sauce rise to all-star status. Video by Hector Amezcua, The Sacramento Bee.
Sacramento Bee reporters Chris Macias and Ryan Lillis, along with chef Adam Pechal and Abe Cunningham, drummer for Deftones, compare Sauce Castillo, a hot sauce named - in a fashion - after Sacramento Kings rookie Nik Stauskas, with other similar condiments. The quartet offers critiques and suggestions that might help the sauce rise to all-star status. Video by Hector Amezcua, The Sacramento Bee.
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Video: Taste testing the official Sauce Castillo hot sauce

May 06, 2015 5:32 PM

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