You can now keep track of all the hot sauces you’ve tried on your profile, even if you have not reviewed them yet. Use the new 'Tried it' button on a hot sauce's page. You also have the option to save the ones you want to try (or buy) to a wishlist.
Chile Chapters: announcements
We are interested in accepting some guest posts for this blog, about topics that would be valuable to our readers. We've written up some guidelines for the type of articles we're looking for.
We've rolled out some new updates to the layout and interface of the website for smaller screens. The main menu has been condensed to a more standard expanding "hamburger" menu, and much of the spacing and sizes have been adjusted to fit more on the screen and reduce the amount of scrolling necessary to view the content.
We're looking to add some new features and make major updates to the Hot Sauce Fever website soon. Some ideas have been suggested, and a few have been tabled since the beginning. To make sure we're headed in the right direction, we've set up a short 3 question survey to see what you want to see next.
In the most recent round of updates, we've added an option to the "Add a Sauce" page, to allow submissions that aren't being reviewed. This was added in response to sauce makers wanting to add their own product. If you are a creator / producer / manufacturer / distributor / or you just have the bottle and want to submit it, follow these very simple steps to add your product to our Hot Sauce List.