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Coop's Hot Chicken Paste

Nashville is well known for its hot chicken, and for good reason: not only was it invented there, but it's damned delicious. Bring that taste home to your own kitchen with Coop's Hot Chicken Paste. Designed to work with fried chicken that's already been cooked and is (almost) ready to serve, you simply heat the paste up, brush it on the chicken — more paste = more heat — and then eat it. Fittingly made in Nashville.

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    Vermont Maple Sriracha

    Spice and sweetness form a happy couple in Vermont Maple Sriracha. This small batch sauce is made by hand in Vermont, using pure local maple syrup, fresh fresno peppers, apple cider vinegar, salt, and garlic, and offers a sweet/savory heat that goes great on pretty much anything, morning, noon, or night. Free of preservatives, sulfites, and gluten, and shipped in a 8 oz. glass bottle.

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    Kodiak Cakes Frontier Flapjack & Waffle Mix

    That bear looks hungry. And glancing at the ingredients list for Kodiak Cakes Frontier Flapjack & Waffle Mix, it's no wonder why. This all-natural morning mix consists of 100% whole grain wheat flour, 100% whole grain oat flour, non-fat dry milk, dry honey, leavening, egg whites, and sea salt. That's it — no added sugar, fat, or cholesterol. Even so, it's still super simple to make, requiring nothing but water and a hot skillet or iron to crank out tasty treats. So easy even a hungry bear can do it.*

    *We didn't actually test this. Hungry bears are unreasonably grumpy cooks. Invite hungry bears into your home at your own risk.