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Easy Ed's Broadside

Exploring music without a map.

Since 2009, Ed has shared his thoughts on ND about music that touches him, and rambled hither and yon about what else is on his mind.

Easy Ed's Broadside

Exploring music without a map.

Since 2009, Ed has shared his thoughts on ND about music that touches him, and rambled hither and yon about what else is on his mind.

For the Benefit of Mr. Tambourine Man

Because of his illness I don't know if he is still involved but in the 90's he developed a hot sauce that he marketed as Brother Bru Bru's African Hot Sauce.   I am a hot sauce fanatic and it is my favorite though my local co-op just got rid of it and I have to order bottles online.   It has just the right amount of kick, is low sodium and is unbelievable on pizza.   Pick up the CD, but if you like hot sauce, pick up a bottle of Brother Bru Bru's too.   Hopefully his family still has an interest in the company.          

That's some good stuff Rudyjeep...me too on the hot sauce, and that one is excellent, I have a bottle at home myself.   There's a guy out of Louisiana called the Sauce Boss...he used to make a pot of gumbo while playing his shows and he'd feed the audience or take it to a homeless shelter (sang and played guitar, he's really good too, his name is Bill Whalley I believe, plenty of Youtube on him, a friend of mine played drums for him for a few years)...he's got a sauce called Liquid Summer that is really good too...habanero and datil pepper versions...I like the datil better myself...just the right kick...you can order from his website...good stuff.

 

Another fine column Ed...Urge for Going...excellent...hadn't heard that in a long time...

Thanks Jim. Glad you enjoyed the story.