Reviews and Awards

Ernie’s salsas have won national awards though Ernie’s primary goal is to have his customers love the products. But Ernie honestly feels that customer feedback is the best award! (To see what we mean, read some of the Review below.)

Awards

2010 Hot Pepper Awards – 2nd Place Salsa (Medium) – Ernie’s Gourmet Red
2010 Hot Pepper Awards – 2nd Place Salsa (Fruit) – Ernie’s Perfect Peach
2011 Hot Pepper Awards – 2nd Place Salsa (Fruit) – Ernie’s Hawaiian Pineapple Heat
2012 Hot Pepper Awards – 3rd Place Salsa (Unique) – Chesapeake Bay Shrimp Salsa

Reviews

Back Home Blue

When Ernie asked me if I’d like to review his salsa, I immediately agreed. Not only was it salsa, Ernie’s salsas are also made with fresh ingredients and are fat free. It was a pretty exciting day around here when a box of no less than five jars of salsa showed up on my doorstep.

Back Home Blue

A Better Year To A Better Life

Ernie’s Epic Food makes some delicious salsa. I had the chance to try out all 5 of the varieties and boy was I a happy camper. The common review from friends was that we couldn’t believe how fresh salsa from a jar could taste. The flavors are so clean and just freaking delicious.

A Better Year To A Better Life

Elegantly Gluten Free

The first thing I noticed about Ernie’s Salsas, besides being gluten-free, was the high quality of the ingredients used, the short list of ingredients and the variety of flavors.

Elegantly Gluten Free

Girl Meets Food

Ernie’s Salsas are very fresh and do not taste processed. All of them were enjoyable and unique.  There are so many salsa brands in the stores, so I am glad that I have found a new go to salsa. They would be a great hit at a party!

Girl Meets Food

Tim Vidra’s E.A.T.

The proof of bold flavor and freshness is in the taste and you’ll notice the chunky, sweet and spicy vegetables in every scoop with your chip. Like Ernie always says, “hot enough to get your attention but sweet enough to keep you coming back for more.”
Tim Vidra’s E.A.T.

Eating Bird Food

The black bean and corn is good but I think the peach version is my favorite — the hint of fruity sweetness worked perfectly on the fish tacos.

Eating Bird Food

Stirring Things Up

I love the Hawaiian Pineapple Heat and the Chesapeake Bay Shrimp salsas, but they are all really good.

Stirring Things Up

Kath Eats

My favorite was the Hawaiian (can’t beat sweet n spicy!) but the Chesapeake was unlike any other salsa I’ve tried. If you like Old Bay, give it a taste! Definitely some of the best salsa I’ve had!

Kath Eats

The Gleeful Gourmand

Ernie has been perfecting his salsas for 25 years, and he uses local ingredients whenever he can. There’s no artificial anything in his salsas, which also makes them a real treat.

The Gleeful Gourmand