Hello, Canada!

Texas Pepper Jelly has long been the place to go to for pepper jelly, seasonings, rib candy and BBQ sauce. In fact, we are known as BBQ Champions many times over and hold numerous awards and ‘best of’ achievements so we really do know BBQ. While of course Canadians can and do buy directly from […]

Texas Pepper Jelly Rib Candy says “Hello” to 2021

Happy New Year from our family to yours! As we all say goodbye to 2020, we look forward to brighter days that include family, friends, and BBQ. Entering a new year causes most people, including us here at Texas Pepper Jelly, to pause and reflect. We quickly realized our Rib Candy will celebrate 14 years […]

It’s New Year’s Day 2019

I like to repost this every year, because even though Hoppin’ John and Skippin’ Jenny are old fashioned, yet still traditional, foods that people eat on New Year’s Day and the day after for generations, and these foods are still delicious! For those of us who live in the South, Hoppin’ John is a traditional […]

Merry Christmas From Texas Pepper Jelly!

Texas Pepper Jelly wishes you and yours a very Merry Christmas. May your homes be filled with spicy goodness, sweet dreams, delicious, nutritious dinners with family and friends, good times, and wonder around every corner.

Texas Pepper Jelly Christmas Wishes

Texas Pepper Jelly wishes you and yours a very Merry Christmas. May your homes be filled with spicy goodness, sweet dreams, delicious, nutritious dinners with family and friends, good times, and wonder around every corner.

Wine-and-Habanero Pepper Jelly? Yes, Please.

. . . but hurry, because these are limited-time products! Texas Pepper Jelly has several new products, available for a VERY limited time only, that you simply MUST try! Our newest products are Chardonnay Habanero, White Zinfandel Habanero, and Cabernet Sauvignon Merlot Habanero. These three distinct full-bodied wines with three different flavors have been blended […]

Monday Munchies: Pi Day Means Texas Pepper Jelly!

My husband is a math teacher, and tomorrow is Pi Day. Today, by the time this posts, in fact. On Pi Day, his calculus students like to have a pitch-in; they all bring pies and my husband brings my homemade bread and some butter, honey, and jelly. What bread and jam have to do with […]