Entries by marisa.wiruhayarn@gmail.com

Kansas City Star Calls Primal Cry a Local Hottie

Have you read the great article about locally made hot sauces in Kansas City by food writer Dave Eckert yet? He does a great job telling about Primal Cry Hot Sauce as well as the delicious Korean Gochujang sauces made by friends Angela Hong and Nick Crofoot.  Thanks for the mention, Dave! While Kansas City may […]

Live on TV for Pad Ki Mao

It was great fun today to be back with KSHB 41 Action News. I’m grateful to KSHB 41 for their interest in showcasing local businesses. They are always friendly and supportive. This time we were busy making our very popular Pad Ki Mao. Many people tell us it’s the best in Kansas City. What can […]

Hello “Primal Cry” Hot Sauce!

Our hunt is over! For years, we’ve had a steadily growing fan base for our Tiger Cried Hot Sauce. When we decided to take our delicious sauce to the next level (so more people could enjoy it), we learned we could not trademark “Tiger Cried” nationally. We received some fun and clever new name suggestions […]

Good-by Tiger Cried. Hello ____?

We’re jumping into the deep end of the pool. For several years, our Tiger Cried Hot Sauce has enjoyed great popularity—first by hungry guests in our restaurants and later among Kansas City residents who eagerly snapped it off grocery store shelves. Now it’s time to stretch some more. We’re going national. As you’d expect, there’s […]

Join with me to Feed Northland Kids

How do you feel when you’re hungry? If you’re like most people, you get distracted and irritable. Most likely, your focus zeroes in on how to get food in your tummy as soon as possible to make the discomfort go away. My work for the past fifteen years has involved putting delicious food in the […]

Celebrate the Entrepreneurial Spirit during GEW Week!

It’s not everyday I get to hang out with some of the coolest entrepreneurs in Kansas City, but Global Entrepreneurship Week(GEW) (November 16-20, 2016) creates this fun opportunity. We started the week with a kickoff event, a Coffee Party at Woodneath Library Center near Liberty. My friends Heather Hall and Jim Hampton were there, among […]