I put hot sauce on everything. To those unaccustomed to eating with me, the sight must be unseemly. There I am, happy as can be. I sit, content in the slathering of Sriracha onto everything. As the meal progresses, the hot sauce begins to dominate my porky fleshy husk. My eyes being to water, my nose is running. Intermittently as I sweat profusely, I will sniffle up snot goblets sliding on their mucousy bellies out of my nose and down my face before sallying forth. Dinner is a battle. I’m fine with this. At least no longer will it be a battle to weaponize my food.
Hot sauce, adored worldwide as a way of numbing your mouth into liking something, is a modern kitchen staple. And Sriracha, the iconic red rooster magic juice, is perhaps king of hot sauces. What if you could spray it?
Like what napalm did for the common flame, Sprayacha now does for hot sauce–you won’t have to drizzle and squirt in messy squiggles. Just screw on a spray nozzle from anything that fits–if it’s bleach, maybe wash it out first. You can now straight up carpet bomb that plate of rice and eggs (ew) with a heavy mist of tangy oils, vinegar, and chili paste, all distributed evenly. Or whatever is in Sriracha–its mystique is sort of its charm, like Agent Orange.
Some Redditors were worried the spray nozzle and tubing might clog, but really, that’s what you’re worried about? You’re now holding a gun filled with the most delicious sauce known to man, except maybe ranch. Spray your plate, spray your enemies, just spray something.