December 17, 2015


Fourth Creek Foods on Pix 11

Fourth Creek Foods on Pix 11

We recently joined PIX 11 to share our delicious recipe for Slow Cooked Chicken Sliders made with our Red Pepper Relish! The entire day was a great experience and we had a blast! Grab the recipe for these tasty sliders here and watch the clip below to see just how simple they are to whip up!

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December 07, 2015

Recipes ›  


Leftover Turkey Breakfast Hash!

Mmmm...Turkey Leftover Breakfast Hash!

Looking for a new way to whip up something delicious with those holiday leftovers? Look no futher, Fourth Creek Foods created a tasty Breakfast Hash with those Turkey leftovers!

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May 13, 2015

Hint of Habanero ›  


What’s Better than Sweet Red Pepper Relish?

Hint of Habanero
We are incredibly excited to announce our newest product, “Hint of Habanero”!!

We have been hearing from customers that they wanted a hot version of the Original Version of Sweet Red Pepper Relish, and guess what, so did we!!

Like the Original Version, it is bursting with flavor and possibility, but with an added flavor and heat element that tickle your senses. You WILL find yourself heading back to the jar for more!

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April 01, 2015


Tiny Giraffes

Every discipline reaches a point where someone gets excited and overreaches, and ridiculously. There are different degrees. Maybe the over-reacher simply makes themselves look bad, or worse there is a cluster of such individuals who taint the broader field. Most often it is silly and harmless and no material foul occurs.

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March 12, 2015


How Can Sweet Red Pepper Relish be Sustainable?

My first answer, “We can’t do more than make sure that our suppliers apply sound labor practice, ensure our inputs come from producers who are good stewards and turn out the lights at night. We have a small footprint yada yada yada”

Sweet, my first sustainability post is an easy two sentences, a tight line of phoned-in trite B-school BS. But then I actually thought about the Fourth Creek business model, the specialty food market ($17 Billion) and the product based small business community (way larger), and came to a different conclusion.

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