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Street Food: A locally made hot sauce heats up the competition

By , Daily Memphian Updated: April 21, 2021 4:00 AM CT | Published: April 21, 2021 4:00 AM CT
<strong>Lawerence Russell preps oven-smoked peppers and roasted garlic for Black Sheep&rsquo;s hot sauce. Russell rents commercial kitchen space at Church Health in Crosstown Concourse, where he makes one or two eight-gallon batches of hot sauce a week.</strong> (Ziggy Mack/Special to the Daily Memphian)

Lawerence Russell preps oven-smoked peppers and roasted garlic for Black Sheep’s hot sauce. Russell rents commercial kitchen space at Church Health in Crosstown Concourse, where he makes one or two eight-gallon batches of hot sauce a week. (Ziggy Mack/Special to the Daily Memphian)

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Chris Herrington

Chris Herrington covers the Memphis Grizzlies and writes about Memphis culture, food, and civic life. He lives in the Vollentine-Evergreen neighborhood of Midtown with his wife, two kids, and two dogs.

Black Sheep Bottling sells its hot sauce at four local farmers markets in season: Downtown, Cooper-Young, Bartlett and Hernando. You can also find it on the shelf at the Curb Market, Tamboli’s, Oxbeau and Charlie’s Meat Market. 

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