Links To Our Favorite Places
Along the way, the Oh! Pawpets! crew has made friends with many independently-owned businesses, and some of their products have
been tested out live on our show. Please take some time and check out the following links featuring the products we've tested and
Seanwolf's Links:Twitter Page
The Cove Radio (Home of Werewolf Radio)
Pam's Market Popcornhttp://www.pamspopcorn.com
Upon one of our travels to the city, we had a brief film expose on Pam's Market Popcorn, which is currently located at the historic North Market on N. High St. Pam is an astoundingly outgoing lady who loves her work, she really loved what we do on the Oh! Pawpets! show, and her labor of love really shows in her bubbly personality. The proof is in the consumation of the popcorn she makes, which is one of the reasons why her gourmet popcorns are far better than anyone else's. Her web site has very interesting facts about how the popcorn is made, the shelf life, and the keep time before the popcorn goes stale, and she also has a method of accepting orders placed outside the Columbus, OH area via a toll-free number located on her Menu page.
Recently, we've learned of the business beginning to go under due to the inability for the shop to uphold their lease, and will be needing to change location. We have offered their link here on our web page in exchange for Pam's willingness to allow us to film at her shop. Whether you're curious yourself and click on the link that takes you to the page, or you are very interested in perhaps sampling her popcorns, we encourage everyone to take a good look at the wonderful array of popcorn being offered at the web site, and if they interest you at all, please feel free to place a few orders. All of us here at the Oh! Pawpets! show can't get enough of her gourmet popcorns, and they are very reasonably priced. See for yourself via her Menu page to see just what types of popcorn Pam specializes in, and perhaps order up a few bags for your own. Your online orders may help save this shop from going under, and we wouldn't want to see that happen after just turning ourselves onto Pam's gourmet popcorn. Thanks in advance for your patronage. I'm sure Pam would love ya for it, and so would we.
Spicey Rooster BBQ Companyhttps://www.facebook.com/SpiceyRoosterSauces/
The Oh! Pawpets! Show is proud to showcase one of the finest sauce makers in Columbus, and they also take orders online! If you have access to the internet, which I assume is everyone (after all, you're already here, aren't you?) then you, too, can cruise over to the Spicey Rooster BBQ Company web site and find out how to order your own supply of spicy and not-so-spicy sauces to really tickle your taste buds! Every product is made in-house by the company's founder, Randy Combs. The Spicey Rooster BBQ Company has a sauce for every taste. For not-so-spicy, we recommend the Raspberry Steak Sauce, which gives your meats a wonderful, sweet flavor. The Bourbon BBQ Sauce has a little bit of spice to it, but it is a soothing type of spice, letting you know that the spice is in there, but it's not overwhelming. The BBQ Rub seasoning also adds a wonderful touch to all of your barbecue foods. Getting a little bit spicier with the The bold taste of the Buffalo Wing Sauce, which gives a tangy, rich flavor to an old time favorite. Use it on wings, sandwiches, wraps, salads, you name it! For the spicy enthusiast, try the Ghost of N'awlins, which has a touch of ghost pepper that is safer to eat than you know. Using home-grown ghost pepper and a blend of spices, a bold flavor is created, giving you a taste of the ol' bayou. Finally, the Hysteria Sauce, which is like an explosion of spice and taste. Again, this sauce is spicy, but not uncomfortably spicy. Now that you're more familiar with what the Spicey Rooster BBQ Company has to offer, head on over to the Spicey Rooster web site and see how to place an order for your own supply. To help with the tally of new customers, please be sure to mention that you saw it on Oh! Pawpets! when you place your order.