Local Love

March 3, 2015 at 4:16 pm Leave a comment


Kansas City’s been getting a whole lotta love lately, and it’s very well deserved. Centrally located and reasonably priced, KC boasts some damn fine food & drink, not to mention a thriving art & music scene. It’s also home to some amazing entrepreneurs putting out some tasty products. The lead-off company in this article by KC Magazine is one that’s near and dear to us.

Zim’s sauces are produced by such lovely people, and the products are amazing!  My husband puts a little Bufsas on almost everything and he swears it cured his chronic heartburn.  My favorite of the hot sauces is the Kiksas, which has more of a sour zing.  But my overall favorite product is their savory balsamic.  It’s super thick, lightly seasoned so that it still tastes like balsamic, and is flavorful without being too spicy.  Drizzled on roasted veggies, scrambled eggs, grilled chicken…pretty much anything. When we went camping last summer it was one of the few condiments we took because it was so versatile.  They also take the balsamic a step further for the Zim’s Vim and mix in olive oil, tangerine, and blood orange juice.  It’s a perfect ready-to-go salad dressing or bread dipping sauce.

We’re not listed in the article as a vendor but we do carry the 12oz Bufsas & Kiksas, as well as the 12.5oz Balsamic and Vim.  Aside from picking up one for yourself, it makes a great hostess, housewarming, or even going away gift…a little KC for the road.


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