Hello again folks. I wasn’t going to post anything today but, mere moments before typing this, three sauces arrived at my door:
Freebies from the East Coast Chilli Company – One of their choice and two of mine. I must say, I’m excited.
I’ve had my eye on these guys since their appearance in the Lick My Dip box – Before it even changed to Flaming Licks – but I’ve been swamped by freebies and festival finds for a while now. I’ve not had chance to give them the attention they deserve.
Thanks to their generosity, however, I’m now left with no choice but to squeeze them in. You’ll be hearing about these sauces shortly.
Hey everyone, it’s time we took another look at Thousand Hills and this time I’m sampling two sauces.
Up first, their Sriracha.
Or at least, that’s what their website calls it. Their bottle tells a different story.
According to the bold, white, block capitals that adorn their green label, this is a “Serenade & Garlic Chilli Sauce”. Serenade being a similar chilli to the red jalapeño and the one shown beneath this text.
I know it’s a day late, like my christmas post but I do my reviews on tuesdays and this post is most definitely a review.
It’s something special, too. An unusual type of sauce that I’ve been after since christmas 2016.
That year, I got a naff gift set containing green sriracha.
It wasn’t well made and it had no branding that I could trace. It wasn’t something that I could feature here.
Yet the concept was a good one. I enjoyed that product, despite its poor quality, and have been looking for a better version ever since.
So, while my christmas post was a gift to a reader, today’s is a gift to myself. Taking a quick break from my backlog of freebies and festival finds to look at not one but two sauces that I’m highly excited for.
Hello again heat eaters, for april I have another recipe/review fusion for you but this one isn’t my review of someone else’s recipe. No, this month I’m looking into an odd idea that recently caught my eye.
Chilli leaf salad.
I never thought I’d do a salad for this blog. Practically every salad I make just comes down to sticking my favourite raw veg in a bowl with olive oil and my latest chilli infused vinegar. There’s nothing exciting about it and it certainly doesn’t make for a main dish.
But, while this recipe won’t ever be the bulk of a meal, it is definitely an attention grabbing concept. Enough so, I feel, to stand on its own here.
Welcome back, spice lovers, today we tackle the mighty Zhoug!
Not that it’s actually that powerful of a heat but doesn’t it sound like a cheesy Sci-Fi Villain?
This one, however, is intended to improve your health, not end it like that mighty space emperor, and it looks to do so by combining the antibacterial properties of chilli and garlic with lemon juice’s vitamin c and a good deal of fresh herbs.