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Film plug is pure rapture for Apocalypse sauce maker

Teresa Marquardt, owner of Religious Experience Hot Sauce, holds up a bottle of her Apocolypse hot sauce that makes a cameo appearance in the new movie “Julie and Julia” as she stands at the site of her old salsa factory, which was demolished when the Riverside Parkway was built. Marquardt said that she thinks the bottle of hot suace was chosen for the movie because its long, thin shape was more aesthetically pleasing than the shorter, fatter salsa bottles.



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Teresa Marquardt, owner of Religious Experience Hot Sauce, holds up a bottle of her Apocolypse hot sauce that makes a cameo appearance in the new movie “Julie and Julia” as she stands at the site of her old salsa factory, which was demolished when the Riverside Parkway was built. Marquardt said that she thinks the bottle of hot suace was chosen for the movie because its long, thin shape was more aesthetically pleasing than the shorter, fatter salsa bottles.

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