Avery Island, Louisiana is the home of Tabasco® sauce.
Had our fill of food & drink at the @ATLFoodAndWine Festival this weekend. See NOLA chefs in action at Friday's Serpas Dinner
Five years from now, these small seedlings in the Avery Island Greenhouse will be original Tabasco sauce
Spring is here! The Great Egrets have returned to Avery Island
The Archives just received a scene from Charlie Chaplin's film "The Immigrant"–1917–which includes a bottle of Tabasco sauce
A true testament to the beauty of life on A_Island
Mucho Caliente, a model ship bearing the Tabasco logo and minis, has a home in our company HQ on A_Island
In 1898, J.A. McIlhenny resigned as president of McIlhenny Company to join Theodore Roosevelt's Rough Riders volunteer cavalry regiment
Did you know: McIlhenny Company supplies Air Force One with miniature bottles of Tabasco sauce bearing the Presidential seal
A centuries-old Buddha–a gift to E.A. McIlhenny in 1936–sits in a temple overlooking its own reflecting pool in Jungle Gardens on A_Island
The Survey Tree on A_Island is one of the oldest surviving corner or witness trees in Louisiana
From the archives: A customized bass guitar made to look like a Tabasco bottle belonging to Van Halen bassist Michael Anthony
McIlhenny Co. HQ on A_Island bears the official Royal Warrant seal from HRH Queen Elizabeth II, bestowed upon us in 2009
Congratulations to our very own Donald Alexander, who competed at the Great Chili Challenge over the weekend
Here in Acadiana many observe All Saints Day or La Toussainton Nov 1st by painting family tombs and adorning them with wreaths and candles
We’re busy preparing frighteningly good food for the Halloween Bonfire–a longstanding tradition here on A_Island
Spent a wonderful weekend celebrating Southern food and culture at the @potlikker Symposium
Life on A_Island is what we like to call, "Man and Environment in Balance"
Last week 2 Tabasco slot machines arrived on A_Island for preservation and display in the Archives
A_Island has attracted archaeologists since the late 1800s when salt miners discovered buried artifacts, like antique pottery fragments
A_Island peppers go from green–to yellow–to orange–to deep red as they age. Now, at their juiciest, they are carefully being picked by hand.
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