Arrr, me hearties, it be talk like a pirate day* and do yer know what that means?
It means it’s time t’ batten down the hatches an’ bring out the Reading Chilli Fest booty fer a special, themed review, featurin’ Simpson’s Seeds’ Funky Monkey.
Because no salty see dog would be caught dead without such a loveable rapscallion on deck.
Greetings, spice lovers, today is talk like a pirate day* and I’m sure you know what that means.
It means it’s time for me to put in a little extra effort and bring you a themed review of another special Reading item.
But, this isn’t that review. This is a rough translation of it. The real review I wrote for you took far more time and effort, learning how to not only talk like a pirate but also spell so.
I would, therefore, love for you to check out today’s true post and appreciate my working hard for your amusement.
Some of you, however, may struggle to read its more seafaring speak so I have included this version for you. If you’re sure that you don’t wish to read this review the way it was intended then, by all means, read on.
Feel like something fruity, my fellow fiery food fans? It certainly seems like I do lately.
To get my fix, I’m taking a look at another freebie from one of the most heavy fruit users I know. Daddy Cool’s.
But compared to other fruit-based sauces, this one’s different. It’s brown. Or, as he and his northern friends call it, “Broon”.
That’s right folks, we’re looking at a chilli brown sauce!
Hey everyone, we’re looking at the Screaming Chimp again.
This sample’s of another smokey sauce, meant to combine the heat of their Stinger with the beautiful flavour of the last one we looked at, the Vic’s Ol’ Smokey.
Happy tuesday again, everyone.
This week I wanted to showcase a less extreme sauce. I wanted to but the allure of my favourite chocolate was just too strong.
You see, I’m not the biggest fan of dark chocolate. I enjoy chilli chocolate regardless but I’ve still always wished for a milk version. Of course, that never seemed possible when I was younger, the lactose present was just too cooling. But now, in the age of ghost pepper everything, Grim Reaper Foods have delivered: Continue reading