Pairing Suggestions

-Great on Churrasco steak and grilled chicken
-Fried or Grilled Fish
-Quiche
-Escargot
-Mix with Spinach Artichoke dip
-Excellent with Creamy Cilantro and Avocado dressing or solo!
-Makes a unique coleslaw! Ask me for the recipe.

MA'S CHIMICHURRI SAUCE

Ma is the Grande Abuela (Grandmother) of the ranch and she delivers a truly Ecuadorian flavor and essence to our lineup of sauces. This is a unique Chimichurri-style sauce, with plenty of fresh basil, orange, lemon, and lime, and it brings a slight kick. Chia seeds enhance its thick green consistency, delivering a wholesome, healthy, and wildly delicious pairing to just about everything. On the ranch, this versatile sauce does it all; from accompanying meat, to serving as a salad dressing on slices of avocado. Ma keeps the good spirits alive and all the spicy pepper people in line at Rancho Del Fuego! Bob’s mother-in-law, (formerly known as ‘Momma Judy’), was born in Quito, Ecuador and she is the inspiration behind this delectable creation.

INGREDIENTS: WATER, ORANGE JUICE, JALAPENOS, LEMON JUICE, DISTILLED VINEGAR, AJI LIMO PEPPERS, SALT, GARLIC POWDER, XANTHAN GUM, BASIL, CILANTRO, CHIA SEEDS
Jalapenos- 2,500 to 8,000
Ecuadorian Aji Limo ( Lemon Drop)- 30,000 to 50,000

$8.00

Ma- La Abuela

The real Goddess of the Ranch and the one maintains tranquility is “La Abuela”, the Grand-Ma of The Pepper People.. This woman, now trans-formed from person into a pepper is from the Ecuador. She is saint-like, and is referred to as the Mother of the Earth, La Ma de la Tierra, or simply,…La Ma!
From the moment Tennessee Bob and family arrived, the locals there started transforming.
Ma and her son, Rico moved from Quito to the ranch soon after Bob and his family had settled in for good. They too could not believe all spicy characters that were arriving. None of Bob’s family even considered it ever happening to them. They were too busy being entertained!
One morning, Ma woke up and all of a sudden she was an Ecua-dorian Aji pepper! None of Bob’s family could believe it and Ma was in shock for quite some time. The Pepper People bow to her and always show her respect and offer her Chimichurri cheers.
This woman, now the spicy God-Mother of this hacienda, is of the original Ecuadorian types. She is always dressed in the traditional fare and has a warm if not more Angelic aura about her. Her skin is light Brown and she is warm and inviting. Just like the Aji pepper, deep within there is strength and fire but her demeanor is inviting, fun and warm!
Ma supports Tennessee Bob in every way and provides that nurturing and spiritual guidance to all within these gates. Church services are held every Sunday and everyone attends religiously, especially The Pepper People with the most troubled past human lives.

MA'S CHIMICHURRI SAUCE

Ma is the Grande Abuela (Grandmother) of the ranch and she delivers a truly Ecuadorian flavor and essence to our lineup of sauces. This is a unique Chimichurri-style sauce, with plenty of fresh basil, orange, lemon, and lime, and it brings a slight kick. Chia seeds enhance its thick green consistency, delivering a wholesome, healthy, and wildly delicious pairing to just about everything. On the ranch, this versatile sauce does it all; from accompanying meat, to serving as a salad dressing on slices of avocado. Ma keeps the good spirits alive and all the spicy pepper people in line at Rancho Del Fuego! Bob’s mother-in-law, (formerly known as ‘Momma Judy’), was born in Quito, Ecuador and she is the inspiration behind this delectable creation.

INGREDIENTS: WATER, ORANGE JUICE, JALAPENOS, LEMON JUICE, DISTILLED VINEGAR, AJI LIMO PEPPERS, SALT, GARLIC POWDER, XANTHAN GUM, BASIL, CILANTRO, CHIA SEEDS
Jalapenos- 2,500 to 8,000
Ecuadorian Aji Limo ( Lemon Drop)- 
 30,000 to 50,000

$8.00

Pairing Suggestions

-Great on Churrasco steak and grilled chicken
-Fried or Grilled Fish
-Quiche
-Escargot
-Mix with Spinach Artichoke dip
-Excellent with Creamy Cilantro and Avocado dressing or solo!
-Makes a unique coleslaw! Ask me for the recipe.

Ma- La Abuela

The real Goddess of the Ranch and the one maintains tranquility is “La Abuela”, the Grand-Ma of The Pepper People.. This woman, now trans-formed from person into a pepper is from the Ecuador. She is saint-like, and is referred to as the Mother of the Earth, La Ma de la Tierra, or simply,…La Ma!
From the moment Tennessee Bob and family arrived, the locals there started transforming.
Ma and her son, Rico moved from Quito to the ranch soon after Bob and his family had settled in for good. They too could not believe all spicy characters that were arriving. None of Bob’s family even considered it ever happening to them. They were too busy being entertained!
One morning, Ma woke up and all of a sudden she was an Ecua-dorian Aji pepper! None of Bob’s family could believe it and Ma was in shock for quite some time. The Pepper People bow to her and always show her respect and offer her Chimichurri cheers.
This woman, now the spicy God-Mother of this hacienda, is of the original Ecuadorian types. She is always dressed in the traditional fare and has a warm if not more Angelic aura about her. Her skin is light Brown and she is warm and inviting. Just like the Aji pepper, deep within there is strength and fire but her demeanor is inviting, fun and warm!
Ma supports Tennessee Bob in every way and provides that nurturing and spiritual guidance to all within these gates. Church services are held every Sunday and everyone attends religiously, especially The Pepper People with the most troubled past human lives.