Preparing hot sauce (and taste buds) for annual festival

AUSTIN (KXAN/KNVA) —  This Sunday marks 26 years for the annual Austin Chronicle Hot Sauce Festival.

Hundreds of hot sauce and salsa makers from across the country give us a taste of their spicy creations every year. It benefits the Central Texas Food Bank (last year raising over 50,000 meals).

Entry is free when you donate 3 non-perishable food items, and you get free chips from Whole Foods.

For more on the Austin Chronicle Hot Sauce Fest, click here.

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