Shop + Sample the Hottest of the Haute at Red Hot Roundup

Red Hot Roundup returns on Saturday, September 17th to spice up the end of your summer! This year the event will be jam packed with live entertainment (plus shopping). Did we mention shopping? We’re bringing you some of our favorite hot finds that are truly unique and pack some punch. These artisans run the gamut from culinary masters to taste makers. Get ready to get rollin’ at the outdoor skate rink, shake it up with Salsa dancing, cheer on your hottest friend in the Spicy Wing Contest against San Mateo Fire Department or challenge a friend to a game on the expansive lawn – and don’t forget to bring your holiday list to shop the Red Hot Market! Stop by and say hello to LauraLe, Harumi, Scott, Jamie, Kyle, Lisa and Nicolas. Read on for a sneak peek of products + their favorite hot bites and sips around the Bay Area…

Oxgut Hose Co.
Made of Oakland Fire hose, the Firewood Carrier by OxgutHose Co. is an ironic log carrier for beach or cabin, AND great for beach blankets, gardening – roses, branches, agave and more.

The most ironic way to start a fire, ever!  Great house warming gift, literally.

Planning on beating the San Mateo Firefighters in the HOT WING challenge and winning a weekend getaway to Calistoga’s Hot Springs? Perfect. Jet-setters and weekenders will love the Hunter Dopp and Fran Tote – the ideal HOT travel items.


Oxgut Hose Co.’s owner, LauraLe recommends The Leatherneck (Spicy Cocktail) at Pizzaiolo in Oakland.

Studio Cinnamon
This Black & White tank top is timeless and it fits into any lifestyle scene.  Stroll around the town with your furry friend in style! Make sure you have a Haute Dog, visit the Etsy store for a sneak peek here.


Harumi’s favorite hot bite/drink: I love Korean Kimchi fried rice from Toyose in Sunset district in San Francisco.  Spicy Drink I love: Sriracha Bloody Mary!

Lucy Dog Hot Sauce
Lucky Dog’s newest hot sauce is Year of the Dog, an all-natural Thai Chile Pineapple Hot Sauce, and it is truly unique. Rather than a sweet and mild “fruity tropical sauce”, Year of the Dog is hot, savory and versatile, 3 qualities not normally associated with pineapple hot sauces. Sure to be the next award-winning sauce from Lucky Dog, Year of the Dog shines on any Asian food, but is right at home on tacos al pastor or carnitas, on pizza and sandwiches and pretty much anything!

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Scott swears the best spicy drink in the SF Bay Area has to be the Lucky Dog at the Stein Room Lounge in Hayward, CA – this is hands-down the best Bloody Mary I’ve ever had, and it’s made with Hayward’s own Lucky Dog Hot Sauce Black Label!

GoSun Solar Stoves
You don’t have to see the Sun to cook! GoSun Sport is the next evolution in fuel-free cooking. The GoSun Sport is so effective, almost no day is off limits! “We took our GoSun Stove to Burning Man last year and we couldn’t be happier with it. Truly loved cooking several meals with it and the green nature of the stove was appreciated by everyone who saw it! We cooked for every meal of the day, ranging from eggs over medium to sausage and potatoes to warming up burritos. We’re going back this year and our stove is going back with us.” – Chun Lim


Jamie Simon at GoSun Solar Stoves says, “We love the Asiento Burger for a late night snack in the Mission.”

Hella Hot Hot Sauce
Check out the newly launched line, a collaboration with circus sideshow performers that was recently showcased at Freakshow Wrestling in Las Vegas! Recently reviewed on, Tasting The Heat says about Sword Swallower, “It will hit you in the back of the throat and you’ll feel the burn all the way down.  The combination of ingredients works so well together to bring you a completely different type of jalapeno hot sauce.  With the addition of apple and citrus juice, the flavor takes a turn when the ginger is added along with the onion, garlic, herbs and spices.”  View more reviews.

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Kyle loves The Poor House Bistro’s Chicken Po Boy in San Jose and Campbell Brewing Company’s St. Paine Belgian ale!

Sensory Revolution
Sensory Revolution brings sensory savvy products to the Red Hot line-up! Discover Sensational Seasonings and spice up your kitchen this fall. These nutritional boosts are chock full of super foods and versatile, kickass flavor! Learn more about the Green and Golden blends – versatile, tasty, superfood-filled and bursting with what your body needs… Make eggs ‘n’ kale with Golden, mixed green salad with Green, and smashed avocado toast with both blends. Watch the cooking video right here.


Lisa says try the Tea Salad at Yamo on 18th in the Mission… Spicy full flavor dishes on the edge of hot.

Working with his hands & upcycling since childhood, Nicolas Salazar of Mother Earth Arts uses simple tools to turn found materials into fine art wood & cement sculptures & more. He sees the female form as the embodiment of Mother Earth, & studies ancient images along with everyday life for inspiration. Discover his work at the Red Hot Market alongside Lisa’s!

Nicolas’s favorite place for spicy food is El Metate on Bryant in the Mission.

WHEN: Saturday, September 17, 2016, Noon to 5 p.m.
WHERE: Landing Green Park, Bay Meadows – 200 E 28th Ave, San Mateo, CA
Tickets will be available at the door the day of the event!
PARKING: We encourage you to walk, bike or take public transit. Bay Meadows is adjacent to the Hillsdale Caltrain Station. FREE bike valet will be provided by the Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition. Parking will be available FREE of charge (just nextdoor) at Franklin Templeton.

Businesses expanding or relocating within Silicon Valley, San Francisco or the greater Bay Area need look no further. Bay Meadows has 5 new office buildings conveniently located on Caltrain. Station 4 will be the new headquarters for SurveyMonkey, which will occupy the building in mid-2016. Station 3 is under construction and now leasing. These state-of-the-art buildings feature floor to ceiling glass, bike storage, expansive floorplates and locker room facilities. All Bay Meadows Station buildings will have access to 18 acres of open space, a social street featuring coffee shops, restaurants, bocce court and plenty of outdoor gathering spaces. The buildings are minutes from the Hillsdale Caltrain Station and proximal to SFO. It’s just 10 minutes to Palo Alto and SFO and 25 minutes to San Francisco!