A Day on the Farm

It’s thursday again, folks, and this time my post’s a big one.

You see, all the way back in october, I got in touch with a company called “Edible Ornamentals”, who you might know from my reviews of the “Nutty Professor” Peanut Butter or their tea infused “Nagalicious” marmalade.

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Me, though, I didn’t. Back then, those two were still in the post, ordered as my way of checking out the company.

All I actually knew about Edible Ornamentals at the time was that they grew the peppers for some of my favourite producers. And, as it turns out, for the Screaming Chimp.

As growers, though, their main business stops for the winter months and their growing season was already coming to a close by the time that I spoke to them. There was little point in me making this post when it was fresh in my mind.

Now, however, the pepper plants are in bloom and we can finally take a look at how I came to know the company properly. A journey that all started with their “Pod Packs”.

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Fire and Ice

Hey folks, it’s the last weekend of the month and that means that it’s recipe time!

This month, however, I’m splitting my recipe in two. A post for 🔥 the vodka that I’m using as a heat source 🔥 and then this one for the main recipe.

And, also unlike my other recipes, I’m going to recommend that you don’t read on unless you’re above legal drinking age. This one uses alcohol and, while we will be setting fire to it, that only increases any risks.

It certainly won’t all burn off or evaporate like the rum in Dorset Chilli Shop’s lava cake.

If, however, the idea of spiced, flaming panna cotta with a burnt sugar topping appeals to you and you’re old enough to at least feign responsibility, go right on ahead.

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Unleash the Demons

It’s thursday again, fiery food fans, and it’s a weird one.

Once again, I’m bringing you a sauce review off schedule. And no, it’s not for jokey reasons like last time.

Noone’s said that this sauce or its peppers are inedible. It’s just not available in the UK.

It’s an australian sauce that focuses on a unique heat source – A distant relative of black pepper known as the tasmanian mountain pepper.

Or, in some cases, the diemen pepper berry, the name from which today’s company get theirs.

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Cowley’s Fine Foods

Greetings, spice lovers, would you believe that I have yet another company to show you freebies from?

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Cowley’s Fine Food, makers of all forms of jerky, fruit leathers and dried mushrooms, alongside other traditional products like marzipan and truffles.

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